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COVID-19 Update

While the COVID-19 crisis is far from over, at Evergreen Eye Center, we’ve used our experience in sterilizing our clinics for surgery and expanded that to every inch of our space. we’re happy to be taking care of you in our offices and surgery centers again under new health and safety protocols. Our priority is… Read More

Giving Back to the Community, Offering Education and More with Team Evergreen

The team at Evergreen Eye Center has certainly been busy in our community over the past few weeks! We sponsored the annual Maple Valley Black Diamond Chamber of Commerce Gala. The event took place at Rein Fire Ranch and was a huge success. We also had a busy booth at the Burien Wellness Fair at… Read More

Evergreen Leadership Takes a Splash for a Good Cause

During a week when temperatures in the greater Seattle area are set to hit 100 – a dunk chair seems like a very good idea. Especially when you can raise money for a great cause! Members of Evergreen Eye Center’s senior leadership (and a few docs!) took turns sitting in the chair while employees took… Read More

Pardon Our Dust – The Federal Way Clinic is Being Remodeled

If you have not been to Evergreen Eye Center’s Federal Way location recently…you might be surprised when you drop in! We are in the middle of a remodel. Our flagship location is getting a beautiful facelift. Stylish new surroundings will soon be ready for our patients and their families as well as our dedicated staff…. Read More

Evergreen Kicks Off Fundraising for the 2017 VisionWalk and Tacoma Heart & Stroke Walk

Evergreen Eye Center held kick off luncheons at all locations this month for their teams for the 2017 Washington VisionWalk and the 2017 Puget Sound Heart & Stroke Walk. In addition to having teams in the walks, Evergreen is also proud to sponsor each event. The 2017 Washington VisionWalk is in Seattle on Saturday, October… Read More

Evergreen Eye Center Hosts Continuing Education Event for Optometrists

Earlier this month, the team at Evergreen Eye Center hosted its REFRACTIVE RULES! continuing education event for community optometrists. One important way that Evergreen demonstrates its commitment to empowering, supporting and collaborating with local optometrists is by offering continuing education (CE) credits. The courses are accredited through COPE®. Evergreen doctors gave rousing talks about the… Read More

Evergreen Eye Center’s Dr. Robert Tester is Featured on KING5 HealthLink

Recently, our very own Dr. Robert A. Tester had the honor of being featured on a KING5 HealthLink segment. The story covered Evergreen Eye Center’s dropless cataract surgery. Traditional cataract surgery often requires multiple eye drops after surgery. These eye drops have to be applied for weeks by the patient. Sometimes the process can be… Read More

Evergreen Eye Center Walks Safeco Field for the First Annual Seattle Kidney Walk

On a chilly Sunday morning, Evergreen employees hit the concourse at Safeco Field for the 2017 Seattle Kidney Walk! The walk took place on Sunday, March 26 at 10 a.m. and was the first year The National Kidney Foundation held this event in Seattle. Further, The Seattle Kidney Walk is the only charity walk to… Read More

Evergreen Joins the Fight Against Kidney Disease

In January, our employees voted on charities they’d like to support this year. From there, we determined the top five and decided to support these charities in a variety of ways. (We’ll write a bit about each charity and what Evergreen employees are doing to give back as the year progresses.) Our first charity is… Read More

Eye Injury Prevention Month: Tips for Preventing Eye Injury

October is Eye Injury Prevention Month, a time to focus on protecting your eyes and maintaining a lifetime of healthy vision. The easiest way to prevent 90 percent of eye injuries is to wear the proper protective eyewear at home, at work and at play.  Preventing eye injury at home A common misperception is that… Read More

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