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Louisiana Optometrists Partner With Sens. Landrieu and Vitter, U.S. House Leaders in Improving Infant Eye and Vision Care
Date:7/28/2009

Dr. Keith Menard 1920 W. Sale Rd., Bldg. F, Ste. 3 337-439-4014 LEESVILLE Dr. Cherri Cowan 1100 N. 5th St. 337-239-2020 Dr. Kayla Gaddis 1106 Port Annur Terrace Blvd. 337-392-1994 MANDEVILLE Dr. Oliver Whitney 3933 Hwy. 59 985-626-5242 MARKSVILLE Dr. Christine Childress Goudeau 108 Medic Ave. 318-253-9766 MONROE Dr. William Gordon 3000 Forsythe Ave. 318-807-2020 Dr. Michael Haynes 1020 N. 3rd St. 318-323-4994 NATCHITOCHES Dr. Cheryl Stoker 925 Keyan Ave. 318-352-0400 Dr. Pete Wardell 140 E. 5th St. 318-357-8194 NEW IBERIA Dr. Steven Landrum 921 S. Lewis St. 337-367-3834 NEW ORLEANS Dr. Kefla Brown 1514 Jefferson Hwy. 504-842-3995 Dr. David Heitmeier 3501 Holiday Dr., Ste. 201 504-368-7081 Dr. Jarrett Ann Johnson 1530 N. Broad St. 504-943-0070 Dr. Mike Kleamenakis 4114 Marigny St. 504-288-2333 OAKDALE Dr. Jerry Gerdes 414 E. 7th Ave. 318-335-3275 OPELOUSAS Dr. Van Christian 232 N. Union 337-948-9504 RUSTON Dr. Gary Avallone 911 Tech Dr. 318-251-9095 Dr. Jennifer Floyd 303 N. Trenton 318-202-5845 SHREVEPORT Dr. Alisa Brogden 5848 Line Ave. 318-865-0017 SULPHUR Dr. Patrick Fontenot 525 N. City Service Hwy. 337-625-9075 Dr. Robert Janot 2245 Maplewood Dr. 337-625-2020 TERRYTOWN Dr. Cary Vincent 608 Terry Pkwy. 504-361-3937 THIBODAUX Dr. David Mitchell 302 Ridgefield Rd. 985-447-2393 WEST MONROE Dr. Larry Blackmon 303 McMillan Rd. 318-387-7257 Dr. Marcus Yaeger 3805 Cypress St. 318-325-3937 WINNFIELD Dr. Jimmy Walker 207 S. Saint John St. 318-628-7992
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