The Anne F. and Abraham Ratner Children’s Eye Center was opened to meet the needs of the pediatric population and create an atmosphere that makes children feel more comfortable from the moment they walk in. The Center’s goal is to make visiting the eye doctor a more pleasant experience for young patients, ensuring more successful eye examinations. Child-friendly, state-of-the-art exam rooms are specially designed to evaluate sight in patients of all ages, even those who are too young to talk and tell the doctor what they see. The Anne F. and Abraham Ratner Children’s Eye Center makes going to the eye doctor a happy experience.
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