L-R: Asian Eye Institute COO Alwin Sta. Rosa, retina and vitreous specialist Dr. Alex Pisig, chief strategy officer Dr. Patricia DimanligManuel, president Benjamin Liboro and chief optometrist Dr. Jesse Caguioa Eyesite recently opened a 223-square meter eye care center and optical shop at SM Fairview in Quezon City.
It offers complete eye checkups for all age groups, diagnostic procedures and optical products. As part of Asian Eye Institute’s growing network of clinics, it promises “Serbisyong Sulit” by reaching out to more patients and introducing Asian Eye’s expert eye care and quality service at affordable rates.
The SM Fairview site is Asian Eye’s first such facility in Metro Manila but the fourth EyeSite within the network.
“We understand how difficult it can be to travel long distances and brave the traffic just to find quality service and the right eye doctor,” says Asian Eye chief operating officer Alwin Sta. Rosa.
“The launch of our Fairview clinic is an affirmation of our commitment to make quality eye care accessible to more families, employees or even more communities. We make sure that every EyeSite clinic we open will allow us to serve more patients at convenient locations.”
Other EyeSite clinics are mainly in Southern Luzon—St. Frances Cabrini Medical Center in Sto. Tomas, Batangas; SM City Batangas in Batangas City; and SM City Dasmariñas in Cavite.
Aside from comprehensive ophthalmology, EyeSite SM Fairview’s doctors specialize in pediatric ophthalmology, retina and vitreous diseases, and cornea and refractive surgery.
Trained at Asian Eye
“More people these days are developing lifestyle-related diseases like high blood pressure and diabetes and these may eventually lead to serious eye problems. That is why we bring together a team of ophthalmologists of different subspecialties. Moreover, all doctors assigned at EyeSite SM Fairview underwent training at Asian Eye, so patients can expect the same quality of care and expertise,” Sta. Rosa shares.
EyeSite also features a wide range of optical products, from prescription glasses to contact lenses, sunglasses and specialized eyewear.
Asian Eye chief optometrist Dr. Jesse Caguoia explains: “The visual needs of our patients are changing. So we try to provide them with options, especially for lenses. We offer polycarbonate lenses for kids and people with active lifestyles, UV + blue light protection lenses for those who are always on desktops and digital devices, and ultrathin lenses for those who want clear vision but want to do away with thick and heavy lenses.
“We also have all-in eyeglass packages that start at P1,490 and a package of three reading glasses for only P499.”
The new EyeSite clinic is open from Mondays through Sundays, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For appointments or inquiries, call 750-7453 or 0917-8537578 or send a message on facebook.com/EyeSitePH. (Story/Photos by: Charizze Henson)
EyeSite SM Fairview is Asian Eye’s first such facility in Metro Manila