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May 9, 2013

A Helping Hand in Mwandi

This act of kindness “speaks volumes about the generosity of Dr. Watson and Doctors Vision Center,” says Dr. Irons.

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August 19, 2012

Helping Children See a Brighter Future | Vision Care Heroes

Two Doctors Vision Center employees take the time to repair, and in some cases replace eyeglasses for students in need of vision correction.

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June 14, 2012

A Frames Stylists and the Firemen To the Rescue

A true Doctors Vision Center Hero was determined to put a little girl in the best possible eyewear that could be offered.

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February 28, 2012

The Vision Behind A Small Act of Kindness

It is not often that people go out of their way for someone they do not know, but for one local Raleigh man down on his luck, the simple, kind act of an optical technician helped him keep his life on track not just once, but twice.

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October 27, 2011

Local Eye Doctor Brings A New Meaning to House Calls

Carol Nowlin was asleep in her bed when she awoke with a terrible pain around her left eye.  She had been suffering from wet macular degeneration for awhile and was in the process of receiving treatment for the disease. The treatment was going well until early Saturday morning, on September 24th,when complications from a surgery [...]

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October 3, 2011

A Normal Trip To the Eye Doctor Turns Out To Be Life Saving

At Doctors Vision Center we have a program called the “Doctors Vision Center Heroes Program.” Every month we highlight a staff member who has gone above and beyond the call of duty in their service to patients. This month’s story struck me as something I really want to share as it reminds us all to [...]

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August 23, 2011

Military Protective Eyewear Arrives Just in Time for Officer Training. Doctors Vision Center Answers the Call

Doctors Vision Center July Hero: The New Bern Office Optical Staff and Practice Manager John-Michael Dupre, of New Bern, NC, was scheduled to attend officer training when he approached the Doctors Vision Center staff with an urgent request.  Before he could return for training he needed to obtain important prescription eye-protection. But, due to extenuating [...]

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