In the Community

Now that you have had LASIK eye surgery, life with less dependence on corrective lenses is so sweet. Here are a few activities our patients love to do with their newfound freedom in San Diego. Swim in the ocean and duckdive under waves Actually see the waves, which means a ...
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We know you have choices when it comes to vision correction. We feel it is a privilege to serve San Diego and we’re committed to excellence in patient care. Our team of surgeons and ophthalmologists are regarded as experts in refractive surgery and vision correction. Doctors at Gordon Schanzlin New ...
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You’ve spent years daydreaming about the trip of a lifetime, whether you dream of exploring exotic cultures or testing you medley in the wilderness, nothing can take a trip from epic to disastrous faster than not being able to see because of issues with your contacts or glasses. Take it ...
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To purchase tickets or make a donation online, Please Click Here www.helpsdkids.org/celebratingfutures  ...
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At Gordon Schanzlin New Vision Institute Institute, giving back to the San Diego community is an important pillar of our practice. One of the ways we enjoy giving back is by offering ophthalmological care and vision correction procedures through a program known as Project Access. Project Access, which is a ...
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The 36th annual Seacrest Village Retirement Communities’ Women’s Auxillary Gala “Sapphire Jubilee” has chosen to honor Dr. David Geffen and his wife Sylvia for their philanthropy and community service, on February 1, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla. We are proud of David and Sylvia for their dedication to ...
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Throughout the year Gordon Schanzlin New Vision Institute Institute supports our community in various efforts. We are pleased to have the opportunity to give back in the following ways in 2013. The doctors and staff provided medical care and surgery through Project Access, the San Diego County Medical Society’s Foundation. ...
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