FYidoctors Adds New Location in Ontario with Acquisition of Cobourg Vision Care

FYidoctors announced the latest clinic to join the FYidoctors family: Ontario-based clinic, Cobourg Vision Care. The addition marks the company’s first clinic in Northumberland County.

Dr. Anju Clement joined the practice in 1999, and became the sole owner in 2019, Cobourg Vision Care’s full-scope optometry practice offers eye examinations, eyeglasses, contact lenses and laser surgery consultations. The clinic prides themselves on providing comprehensive eye care to their patients and are diligent in staying up to date on the latest eye care trends and services, in addition to offering the latest technology available. Over the years their team has continued to grow, welcoming Dr. Annie Hsia in 2011, a skilled professional who holds an interest in children’s vision as well as the treatment and management of ocular diseases.


“Our team is always looking for ways in which we can continue to enhance our practice and ensure we are providing our patients with the best care available,” said Dr. Anju Clement. “Working with FYidoctors provides us with the combined knowledge of hundreds of Canada’s optometrists, in addition to access to their exclusive technologies and services, and we are thrilled to now offer this to our patients, further supporting their eye care health.”

Under the new partnership, Cobourg Vision Care will now have the ability to offer their patients access to FYidoctors’ Internal Freeform technology that produces high-quality lenses from their ophthalmic laboratory in Delta, B.C., and access to a variety of products and services exclusive to the brand.

FYidoctors’ continues to expand their reach Canada-wide, now with over 40 locations across the province of Ontario.

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