Optical Department Baltimore Washington Eye Center

Baltimore Washington Eye Center, Maryland

Thursday, October 20, 2011

The Optical Department-One Size Does NOT Fit All

The Baltimore Washington Eye Center has been serving the community for over 40 years and we are always seeking ways to improve our services. In 1990 we chose to add an Optical Department to our practice. 

Yes, we offer a variety of brands, lenses, coatings etc, but without the right people it wouldn’t serve our community.  You deserve not only an excellent product, but excellent service.  Larry Heilman sets the bar for that here in our Optical Department and he sets it high.  We are proud to announce that Chris Spake of our Optical Department just received her A.B.O. certificate, which means that every Optician is A.B.O. certified and they pride themselves on staying up with technology.  Not only are they properly and specifically trained, but their true pride comes from assisting each person with this critical purchase.

When it comes to your optical purchase there are so many options and with so many options that selection can become overwhelming. Ultimately it comes down to what options will truly best serve your individual prescription and lifestyle. Our optician’s goal is to truly serve each person with that critical purchase.  It’s not one size fits all. Additionally, it’s not only about making the correct selections based on your individual needs, but in insuring that the resulting eyewear is true to what was ordered and that it is serving you.  

We have over 71 years of experience in our optical department.   Larry Heilman, our optical department manager has over 35 years of experience in this field and has earned his F.N.A.O. (Fellow of the National Academy of Opticianry) designation.  Chris Spake, Amber Henderson, Danielle Jones, and Larry Heilman are all A.B.O. (American board of Opticianry) certified and they truly enjoy serving the community. 
Here at The Baltimore Washington Eye Center technical training is enveloped with a smile and a desire to serve. Come see for yourself.
Guest Blogger: Larry Heilman, F.N.A.O., Optician with the Baltimore Washington Eye Center