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Dr. Laurel Pulsifer announces her retirement - September 2019

Dr. Laurel Pulsifer, after 20 years of caring for the eyes of Mt Washington Valley at Conway Eye Care, has announced her plans to retire. Dr. Pulsifer will continue seeing patients until Thanksgiving 2019. Please contact our office at 603-356-3000 to schedule your last exam with Dr. Pulsifer and wish her the best in her retirement.

Vision Care Professionals celebrate 20 years of care - April 2019

Congratulations to Dr. Laurel Pulsifer (right) and Optician Jill Lamond (left), who celebrate twenty years this month with Conway Eye Care, caring for the eyes and the vision of Mt. Washington Valley.

Both women were hired under the ownership of Dr. Gary Cole in 1999 and have remained with Conway Eye Care through the recent change in ownership to Dr. Angelique Sawyer. “We are very fortunate to have these two amazing professionals on our vision care team,” says Dr. Sawyer. “Both go above and beyond for their patients each and every day.”

Their loyal patients have trusted them year after year for the expert care and professional service they provide. Both Dr. Pulsifer and Ms. Lamond take the time to listen and care for each patient they see, and the Valley is a better place for the care that they provide. Their decades of contribution have made Conway Eye Care a community vision resource since 1925.

Conway Eye Care and Coos Eye Care welcome Dr, Elizabeth Reese - February 2018

Conway Eye Care in North Conway and Coos Eye Care in Berlin welcome the addition of Elizabeth A. Reese, O.D., to their practices. Dr. Reese and her husband, Andrew, are excited to move from Memphis, Tenn., and make Mount Washington Valley their new home.

Reese will begin seeing patients in both the North Conway and Berlin offices in early March.

She welcomes patients of all ages, from infants to seniors.

Dr. Sawyer receives national recognition as Young Optometrist of the Year - May 2017

Young optometrists (defined as those who have been in active practice 10 years or less) often show remarkable leadership skills when serving their profession, their patients, and their community. The American Optometric Association recognizes a deserving young optometrist for performance of outstanding services on behalf of the profession and to the visual welfare of the public.

Dr. Sawyer receives statewide recognition as Young Optometrist of the Year - October 2015

Young optometrists (defined as those who have been in active practice 10 years or less) often show remarkable leadership skills when serving their profession, their patients, and their community. The New Hampshire Optometric Association recognizes a deserving young optometrist for performance of outstanding services on behalf of the profession and to the visual welfare of the public.

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