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Sreeni Basa, M.D., joins Clemson Eye

Welcome Dr. Sreeni Basa to the Clemson Eye Team! He has joined our practice as the newest member of the medical retina and diabetic eye disease team.


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Clemson Eye Sip And See

Clemson Eye Aesthetics hosted another wonderful Sip and See event on Thursday, December 5, 2019 at their new Simpsonville location. Guests were greeted with champagne as they mingled, toured the new office and entered to win raffle prizes. Follow Clemson Eye Aesthetics Facebook and Instagram for upcoming events & specials.


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Clemson Eye’s New Simpsonville Center is Now Open

Clemson Eye is pleased to announce a new location in Simpsonville, providing eye care services in 9 locations! Our newest addition includes a surgical suite, treatment rooms, retail skincare products and glasses and contacts. We are accepting new patients in this facility including cosmetic procedures. “Simpsonville is booming with a high demand for eyecare and… Read More


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Clemson Eye Integrates Two Greenville Eye Care Practices into Its Network

Clemson Eye welcomes two prominent Greenville eye health practices, Montgomery & Riddle Eyecare and Donelson Eye Care into the Clemson family. By joining forces, the newly formed Clemson Eye will now be able to offer patients broader access to providers and surgeries, more flexibility on scheduling and locations, and a more integrated experience regardless of… Read More


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Dr. Adam Easterling joins Clemson Eye

Greenville, SC (April 10, 2018) – Clemson Eye is pleased to announce the addition of Adam Easterling, MD, to our team of doctors.  He is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist, who has been caring for Upstate patients for the past 11 years. While playing varsity baseball for four years, he completed an engineering degree at Georgia… Read More


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Can you (or your pet) go blind from the solar eclipse?

Greenville, SC (August 11, 2017) If you have plans to watch the rare total solar eclipse that will cross the Upstate on Aug. 21, you will want to make sure you are fully prepared, especially when it comes to protecting your eyes. Wherever you are in the Upstate, you are going to want to look… Read More


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25 Most Beautiful: Mary Lou Parisi

MARY LOU PARISI Mary Lou Parisi tries not to waste any opportunity. As CEO of Clemson Eye, she says her life’s work is to transform lives through education, aesthetics and health. “Combining my roots in education and business, I grew from a secondary school teacher to a start-up furniture manufacturing company to lead an innovative… Read More


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Clemson Eye first to implant ‘game changing’ lens

GREENVILLE, SC (Sept. 22, 2016) – A new intraocular lens (IOL) that provides a full range of vision for cataract patients, even those with astigmatism, has been implanted by Clemson Eye surgeon Dr. Brian Johnson. The Symfony lens, approved just in July for use in the US, is a “game changer,” according to Dr. Johnson…. Read More


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Two new employees at Clemson Eye!

GREENVILLE, SC (September, 2016) – Clemson Eye welcomes two new hires. Lacey Moore will be working as a technician in our Clemson clinic and Katie Jones joins our front office staff at our Greenville clinic. Lacey is from Clemson, SC, and has has been in Ophthalmology for four years. She will be working as a… Read More


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Clemson Eye hires two new technicians

GREENVILLE, SC (September, 2016) – Clemson Eye welcomes Tan Mayes and Ashley Ringlein as Technicians at our Greenville clinic. Mayes graduated from the Introductory to Ophthalmic Assisting course at Greenville Tech and is from Greenville . Ringlein obtained her COA through the Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology and is also a Greenville… Read More


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Clemson Eye welcomes two new employees

Anderson, SC (September, 2016) – Clemson Eye welcomes Angel Gilchrist and Michele Pierce as Technicians at our Anderson clinic. Gilchrist is from the Anderson area, and has been in Ophthalmology for two years. She is currently working on getting her Ophthalmic Scribe Certification. Pierce just moved from Kentucky to the Anderson area, and has been… Read More


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Clemson Eye’s Dr. Parisi a Pink Tie Power Guy

GREENVILLE, SC (August 29, 2016) – The Pink Tie Power Guy fundraiser witnesses powerful executives and male leaders in Greenville’s community wearing pink ties in an effort to raise awareness and funds for the battle against breast cancer. A reception to honor these participants was held at Hall’s Chophouse in Downtown Greenville. Click here to… Read More


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Clemson Eye welcomes new employees

GREENVILLE, SC – Clemson Eye welcomes Courtney Mitchell as Marketing Manager, as well as Karen Krulac as Cataract Patient Service Specialist. In her role as Marketing Manager, Mitchell will be responsible for managing and coordinating day-to-day advertising and marketing activities. She is also directly involved in the development, implementation and tracking of the strategic marketing… Read More


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Dr. Justin Surratt joins Clemson Eye

GREENVILLE, SC (July, 2016) – Dr. Justin Surratt has joined Clemson Eye as an optometrist at its Clemson clinic. Dr. Surratt is a native of Rock Hill, SC. He earned his undergraduate degree in genetics from Clemson University and went on to the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Optometry where he received his… Read More


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New procedure restores near vision

GREENVILLE, SC (June 14, 2016) – As an engineer and an adjunct instructor at Greenville Tech, Roger Moore is always reading reports, documents and schematic prints. And if he forgets his reading glasses, he’s just out of luck. Same thing happens at restaurants trying to read the menu. Or in the grocery store checking product… Read More


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Clemson Eye First in the Upstate to Implant Kamra Inlay

GREENVILLE, SC (March 19, 2016) – The Kamra™ inlay, a tiny porous ring that is placed in the cornea and works like a camera aperture, returning reading vision to patients, was implanted for the first time in the Upstate yesterday by Clemson Eye’s Medical Director and Chief Ophthalmologist, Dr. Joseph Parisi. The Kamra inlay was… Read More


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Clemson Eye expands medical aesthetics department

GREENVILLE, SC (March 1, 2016) – Michele Brown of Anderson has joined Clemson Eye’s growing medical aesthetics team. Brown, a licensed aesthetician, will join two medical professionals to round out the department. Brown has more than 15 years of experience and focuses on skin care. In addition to offering dermatologic treatments such as peels, dermaplaning… Read More


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Clemson Eye adds professional staff to new facility

GREENVILLE, SC (Feb 10, 2016) – Clemson Eye has added two new positions to the professional staff at its new Visual Health & Surgery Center in Greenville. Victoria Gaston has joined the practice as Vision Correction Coordinator. In that role, she works with LASIK patients answering questions, discussing requirements and expectations prior to their procedure… Read More


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Clemson Eye’s New Greenville Center is Now Open

GREENVILLE, SC (January 13, 2016) – Clemson Eye, a leading provider of visual health services in the Upstate, is excited to announce the opening of its new Visual Health & Surgery Center in Greenville at 360 Pelham Road. The 18,500-square-foot facility has 11 treatment rooms, a surgical suite, a LASIK suite, a medical aesthetics suite… Read More


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Clemson Eye Races for the Cure

GREENVILLE, SC (Sept. 10, 2015) – Clemson Eye is once again pleased to be a sponsor and participant in the Mountains to Midlands chapter of Susan G. Komen Foundation’s Race for the Cure on Sept. 26. “We live and work in this community and we are passionate about supporting good health and important research,” said… Read More


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Goldstein Charity Golf Tourney tees off to support Helen’s Hugs for the 11th time

CLEMSON, SC (August 31, 2015) – Clemson Eye is pleased to again be a sponsor of this year’s Goldstein Charity Golf Tournament on Friday, September 25. This is the 11th year for the event, which benefits Helen’s Hugs, a charitable organization supporting therapeutic horseback riding for special needs children. Helen’s Hugs was founded to honor… Read More


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Eye disease a less-known result of diabetes; Clemson Eye supports the Walk to Stop Diabetes on Sept. 19

GREENVILLE, SC (August 27, 2015) – Diabetes is the sixth leading cause of death in South Carolina and third most common disease among adults across all 50 states. More than 11 percent of the population of South Carolina has the disease. Alarmingly, this rate is increasing, particularly in the Upstate. There are many serious complications… Read More


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Janice Sasser Joins Clemson Eye Medical Aesthetics Division

GREENVILLE, SC (Aug. 5, 2015) — Janice Sasser, a nurse practitioner with 10 years of experience in medical aesthetics, has joined the growing team at Clemson Eye. Sasser, a resident of Greenville, was most recently on staff at Aesthetics Center in Greenville. A certified nurse practitioner, Sasser earned her undergraduate nursing degree from the University… Read More


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Clemson Eye’s New Visual Health Center Moves Forward

GREENVILLE, SC (March 16, 2015) — Clemson Eye is building a new visual health and surgery center to better serve the Greenville area. “We are expanding to better serve our patients in Greenville. We’ve been a leading provider of eye care for residents in the Upstate for more than 40 years now, so building this… Read More


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Dr. Leroy Howard retires after 40-year career

GREENVILLE, SC (Dec. 16, 2014) — Dr. Leroy Howard, a Greenville ophthalmologist for 40 years, has retired effective December 16, 2014. Dr. Howard began his career in Greer and later started his own practice at 4200 E. North St., Greenville. Dr. Howard was one of the first surgeons in the state to perform procedures that… Read More


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