Grochmal Eye Center Welcomes Dr. Schaale to Our Team

Our team at Grochmal Eye Center would like to extend a warm welcome to Dr. Lindsey Schaale. As our new optometrist, Dr. Schaale will be performing a variety of eye and vision care services, including routine eye exams and contact lens fittings. She will also use her considerable expertise and skills to diagnose ocular diseases such as glaucoma and macular degeneration, and take care of pre- and post-operative patients who are having cataract surgery, LASIK, or other treatments. Dr. Schaale says she was immediately drawn to the practice after meeting Dr. Jay C. Grochmal and his wife, Mary. “They were so welcoming and easy to talk to. I felt very at home, and I came to find out that that feeling was not unusual for Grochmal Eye Center. This comfortable, hospitable feeling permeates throughout the office, from the friendly staff members to the wonderful patients who have become establishments over the years. The practice is truly a family and I’m so grateful to have the opportunity to become a part of it.”

 

Since joining the team, Dr. Schaale says Dr. Grochmal has been a wonderful instructor who’s taught her about cataract, glaucoma, and laser vision correction procedures from the perspective of a surgeon. She’s also spent time observing Dr. Grochmal perform cataract and glaucoma treatments to gain insights that will allow her to better care for patients before and after surgery.

 

Everyone is looking forward to Dr. Schaale’s contributions as part of the Grochmal Eye Center team, including Dr. Schaale herself. “I’m very excited to get to know and take care of the wonderful patients, both old and new. One of the most rewarding parts about being an optometrist is getting to meet so many interesting people and helping them with their eye care needs.”

 

For more information, or to schedule an appointment at Grochmal Eye Center, please contact us today.

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Dr. Jay Grochmal

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