Entries by Misty Kearney

Keep Thanksgiving Going with an Attitude of Gratitude!

  “Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.”                                                    –  William Arthur Ward   Common days can be thanksgiving days for any and all of us who have blessings to count. For, in reality, who among us does not have some blessing to count?  […]

Our Top 5 Thanksgiving List!

God has blessed us with another wonderful year of caring for the needs of our patients!  We have so much to offer Thanks for! The West Georgia Eye Care Center Thanksgiving prayer could span pages and pages but we shortened it to the Top 5 to fit it into our blog. We first posted our Thanksgiving Top […]

HIPAA, HIPAA, HOORAY! Your Privacy is Protected!

You have been handed a Summary of West Georgia Eye Care Center’s Privacy Practices if you have been our patient during the past several years. We have provided thousands of these informational pamphlets to our patients and we continue to update them as pertinent information changes.  Protecting your privacy is more to us than just […]

The Scary Truth about Costume Contact Lenses

When choosing a Halloween Costume make sure the scary features are just pretend. Make-believe can quickly turn into a truly scary situation if you choose the wrong contact lenses to add to your costume.  Non-prescription enhancing contacts are increasing in availability and so are emergency visits to the ophthalmologist for problems related to them.  Possible […]

West Georgia Eye Care Center Receives National Wildlife Federation Recognition

The National Wildlife Federation has recognized West Georgia Eye Care Center’s North Satellite Office as a Registered Wildlife Habitat!  Mark Holloway, Administrator, said that he hopes patients will enjoy the wildlife that frequents the areas around the buildings.  Patients can catch glimpses of the birds and butterflies from vistas in the buildings’ open areas and from […]

Tourette’s Syndrome, Lexicographers and Google Doodles

“Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful.” –Samuel Johnson Google Doodle Monday’s Google Doodle honors the birthday of Samuel Johnson (author of A Dictionary of the English Language). He single-handedly compiled the dictionary over a period of seven years and it was published in 1755. It was […]

Hurricane Irma, Power Outages, and Dedicated Workers

Hurricane Irma changed many plans as she surprised forecasters and altered her course toward the west.   Her eventual route took her through Columbus and the surrounding areas and over the homes and businesses of our physicians, staff, patients and their families.  West Georgia Eye Care Center made the conscientious decision to close our clinics, optical […]