Health

Nonprofit vision center opens in Park City to serve uninsured

The center provides comprehensive eye care services, including eye exams, prescription glasses, and medical referrals

PARK CITY, Utah — The Hope Alliance Vision Center in Park City — an initiative by the nonprofit humanitarian organization Hope Alliance — recently celebrated its grand opening at People’s Health Clinic on 650 Round Valley Drive. The center provides comprehensive eye care services, including eye exams, prescription glasses, and medical referrals. It’s open to uninsured individuals of all ages, aiming to offer vision care in Utah and worldwide.

“We are enormously grateful to our donors for making this vision center a reality,” said Diane Bernhardt, Executive Director of Hope Alliance, in a press release. “This center provides much-needed eye health care to individuals in our community who would otherwise have no access to vision care.”

The Hope Alliance Vision Center is a milestone in Hope Alliance’s mission to uplift the lives of community members in need. By providing long-term, sustainable solutions, the center aims to ensure that everyone in the community can receive high-quality eye care regardless of their financial situation.

The Hope Alliance Vision Center was made possible through the support of numerous donors, such as John Armstrong MD, Deer Valley Resort, Scott Farrell OD, the Michel Foundation, Mountain Valley Eye Institute, Park City Community Foundation, Park City Rotary, People’s Health Clinic, Restoration Ophthalmics, Beano Solomon, Summit County, Sunrise Rotary, Wasatch Ophthalmic, and the Women’s Giving Fund.

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