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John Frangie, M.D., Leading Eye Doctor in West Springfield, MA , Hires Dr. Amy Camerota

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Dr. Camerota Joins the John Frangie, M.D. Team in West Springfield, Massachusetts.

West Springfield, MA. John Frangie, M.D., is proud to announce the hire of Dr. Amy Camerota. Dr. Camerota joins the practice, already known as one of the leading eye doctors in Springfield and West Springfield, Massachusetts, and will help provide a greater number of services to its growing client base.

Dr. Camerota is a Doctor of Optometry, graduating from the New England College of Optometry in Boston. She has a variety of clinical experience, including The Family Eye Care Center in Westford, MA, and training at Lahey Clinic, Dimock Community Health Center, and the VA Hospital in Leeds. She’s a member of the Massachusetts Society of Optometrists and the American Optometric Association.

She completed her undergraduate studies at Western New England University, and is s a native of nearby Westfield, Massachusetts. Therefore, she’s especially happy to serve the surrounding communities, and reside in the area with her husband and two children.

Working with Dr. Frangie and the Northeast Laser Center, she will be administering routine eye exams, providing contact lens fittings, conducting pre- and post-operative visits, and also providing urgent care assistance for residents of Western Mass. She’s a welcome addition to the practice, and will be providing invaluable assistance, especially as more clients continue to join the John Frangie, M.D. family.

The Northeast Laser Center was one of the first practices in the entire country to offer No Blade LASIK surgery, and stays at the forefront of the industry, utilizing the latest and best technologies, and the safest and most effective procedures.

Other services include Photo-Refractive Keratectomy, Intacs for Keratoconus, BOTOX treatments and more, including surgery for conditions such as glaucoma and cataracts. At John P. Frangie, M.D., there’s always an innovative solution for any person’s vision and eye health, and every step is taken to provide both a personalized approach, as well as a comfortable environment for all patients.

Learn more about the practice by visiting them online at JohnFrangieMD.com. Or call 413.363.2732 to schedule an appointment, and stop by the office to meet and welcome Dr. Camerota.

About John Frangie, M.D. and the Northeast Laser Center:

John Frangie, M.D., opened the Northeast Laser Center in 2001. The Northeast Laser Center was one of the first practices in the country to offer No Blade LASIK eye surgery, and continues to offer the latest and best techniques, technology and treatment to its patients. Additional services include eye exams, cataract surgery, lens implants, treatment for Keratoconus, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy, and more. Visit Dr. Frangie and his practice online at JohnFrangieMD.com, or call 413.363.2732 for more information.

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Phone: 413-363-2732
Address:180 WESTFIELD STREET
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