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Gundersen Tomah Eye Clinic welcomes experienced optometrist

Gundersen Tomah Eye Clinic welcomes experienced optometrist
Thursday, October 05, 2017

Amy Atherton, OD, comes to Gundersen Tomah Clinic as an experienced eye care professional. Dr. Atherton is an optometrist who provides primary eye care, treatment and management of ocular disease, contact lenses care and more at Gundersen Tomah Eye Clinic.

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"I grew up in Northeast Iowa (Waterville) and went to Gundersen as a patient," says Dr. Atherton. "As a student I shadowed an optometrist at Gundersen Waukon Clinic and enjoyed my experience with Gundersen Health System. I am very excited to be part of the team and to give back to the community."

Dr. Atherton has also served our military veterans as an optometrist in West Virginia, Oklahoma and Arkansas.

Gundersen Tomah Eye Clinic’s newest optometrist provides the full range of optometric medical services, including:

  • Eye examinations and well-vision screenings
  • Laser correction evaluations
  • Eye disease diagnosis, treatment and management
  • Emergency eye care

Professional dispensing opticians and other staff are available to help you select from a complete line of the latest eyewear styles at a price to fit your budget; including the latest thin lens technology.

When not caring for her vision patients, Dr. Atherton enjoys running, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, backpacking, traveling and outdoor activities with her husband, Justin Atherton, OD, a new vision services provider at Gundersen Black River Falls Eye Clinic.

To schedule with Dr. Atherton in Tomah, call (608) 372-4458.

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