Dr. Francis Clark Featured in Local Papers

Dr. Francis Clark, an ophthalmologist at Collegeville Eye Physicians & Surgeons, provided an Ask the Expert article in local Collegeville papers last week. He answered questions regarding eye care, specifically glaucoma treatment and laser cataract surgery. Download Article Here

Dr. Francis Clark has been the president, owner and medical director of Collegeville Eye Physicians & Surgeons since 2014. Dr. Clark is a board-certified ophthalmologist who has been in practice for more than 25 years. In addition to general ophthalmology and cataract and oculoplastic surgeries, Dr. Clark has a special interest in LASIK refractive surgery and advanced technologies in cataract surgery.

To make an appointment with Dr. Clark, call 610-489-7440.

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