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Seattle and Tacoma-Area Optometrists Partner With Sen. Murray in Improving Infant Eye and Vision Care
Date:5/5/2009

Dr. A. Chous 6720 Regents Blvd. (253) 565-9403 Dr. Erick Hartman 6314 19th St. W, #1 (253) 566-2020 Dr. Barry Huse 2913 38th St S #B3 (253) 473-1050 Dr. Shelby Robinson 1314 72nd St. E, #K (253) 531-5535 Dr. David Williams 9101 Bridgeport Way SW, #1 (253) 588-2254 Dr. Paul Williams 112 131st St S. (253) 537-7544 University Place Dr. Kim Eckroth 8204 27th St. W (253) 564-9262 Woodinville Dr. Kim Eng 17601 140th Ave. NE, #200 (425) 483-8000 Dr. Sarbjit Virk 13317 NE 175, Ste. U (425) 486-3937

InfantSEE(R) assessments are complementary to the routine well-care exams a baby receives from a pediatrician or family physician. Optometrists have the training to identify areas of risk that are critical to vision development and the skills to identify conditions that might not be detected in a routine pediatric wellness exam. In some cases, conditions may need to be monitored, immediately treated or referred to a pediatric eye specialist.

To learn more about InfantSEE(R), visit www.InfantSEE.org or call 888-396-3937.

About InfantSEE(R)

InfantSEE(R) is a public health program managed by Optometry's Charity(TM) - The AOA Foundation. Designed to ensure that eye and vision care become an integral part of infant wellness and improve a child's quality of life, doctors of optometry provide one eye and vision assessment to infants free-of-charge regardless of socioeconomic status. For more information visit infantsee.org.

About the American Optometric Association

American Optometric Association doctors of optometry are highly qualified, trained doctors, on the frontline of eye health and vision care, who examine, diagnose, treat, an
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