Newsom Eye Recently Relocated Its South Tampa Office To Better Suit The Needs Of Patients
Newsom Eye transferred its South Tampa office to a new state-of-the-art facility, located at 113 South Armenia Avenue. This new facility is 17,000 square feet, features multiple examination and diagnostic rooms, has a brand new optical shop, and is well equipped for optimal patient flow and satisfaction.
Newsom Eye offers its patients the latest in laser-assisted cataract removal, known as Newsom Bladeless Laser Cataract Surgery, along with Newsom Eye Custom LASIK, the treatment of corneal diseases including corneal cross-linking for keratoconus, the diagnosis and treatment of retinal diseases such as macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy, advancements in glaucoma, and general ophthalmic eye care. The new South Tampa location also offers MiBo Thermoflo treatment for dry eye disease and offering oculoplastics and facial aesthetics, which include eyelid rejuvenation and injectables.
“After outgrowing our previous South Tampa location, we really wanted to bring something special to the residents of South Tampa. We’re so excited about the new location in South Tampa and what it can offer to our patients! This location truly combines exceptional patient care with state-of-the-art technology, all in a modern and convenient location,” said Dr. T. Hunter Newsom, Founder and Medical Director of Newsom Eye.
Dr. T. Hunter Newsom is a board-certified cataract and refractive surgeon and the founder and medical director at Newsom Eye. He is a principal investigator of FDA clinical studies and is the inventor of the Newsom Bladeless Laser Cataract Surgery Technique. Dr. Newsom is also one of two surgeons to be awarded the national designation of “Surgical Excellence” from the American College of Eye Surgeons for cataract and implant surgery.
Newsom Eye’s South Tampa location is now accepting new patients, so schedule an appointment or consultation with Newsom Eye today.