Baltimore Laser Eye Surgeon Dr. Grochmal Launches New Website

Dr. Jay C. Grochmal, a laser eye surgeon in Baltimore, is launching an innovative website to enhance his ability to help his vision correction patients. In collaboration with Rosemont Media™, a medical website design firm in San Diego, CA, Dr. Grochmal’s new website is a comprehensive resource of information showcasing the range of procedures he offers, including vision correction procedures such as LASIK, and treatment for eye diseases such as glaucoma and cataract surgery in Baltimore, MD and the Washington, DC area.

Dr. Grochmal’s website features detailed descriptions of both corrective and cosmetic procedures such as eyelid surgery in Baltimore, as well as a doctor biography, patient testimonials, and financing options. In addition to the in-depth breakdown of the procedures and treatments Dr. Grochmal provides, his website also includes direct links to his social media sites, such as Facebook and Twitter to foster the growth of an online community centering around his practice and his patients’ experiences. Please welcome to the web, www.grochmaleye.com!

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