FYidoctors Announces Acquisition of High Park Optometry

FYidoctors today announced the addition of High Park Optometry to their growing list of optometric clinics in the province of Ontario.

“We’re pleased to share today’s announcement and welcome High Park Optometry to the FYidoctors banner,” said Dr. Alan Ulsifer, CEO and Chairman of FYidoctors. “For decades, the clinic has demonstrated its commitment to the eye care needs of its community, and we look forward to working with Dr. Gincauskas and Dr. Osiecka in the years to come.”

In operation for over 35 years, High Park Optometry has proudly served its community and provided eye care to generations of patients from across the area. Led by Dr. Gina Gincauskas and Dr. Monika Osiecka, both doctors bring years of expertise in vision care to the practice. Dr. Gincauskas specializes in contact lens fitting, laser co-management and sports vision and Dr. Monika Osiecka holds a clinical interest in providing full spectrum family vision care.

“At High Park Optometry, we take great pride in ensuring the highest standards of patient care in addition to the overall satisfaction in addressing vision needs,” said Dr. Gina Gincauskas. “We’re thrilled to partner with FYidoctors, who bring to the practice an enhanced ability to deliver cutting edge products, services and technology – as well as support systems and industry resources.”

The clinic’s current services include comprehensive eye exams, eye health screenings, assessment and care, retinal imaging, vision therapy, LASIK and laser eye surgery consultations and co-management, visual field screenings, referrals and co-management for infections, injuries and diseases, contact lens fittings, in addition to providing safety eyewear, designer eyewear and premium optical lenses.

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