Posted by: Eye Health America in News, Uncategorized

Eye Health America (EHA), an integrated platform of leading eyecare practices across the Southeastern United States, announced today a new partnership with Medical, Laser, & Surgical Care of Vision and Eye Diseases, the company’s 23rd partnership since 2018.

Based in Venice, FL, Medical, Laser, & Surgical Care of Vision and Eye Disease (MLSCVED), and its founder, Dr. Mark Johnson, MD, FACS have been providing medical and surgical ophthalmic services to the community since 1999. This partnership enhances EHA’s market presence in the Venice/Sarasota Florida region.

Dr. Mark Johnson says “I am extremely excited to have the opportunity to work with The Eye Associates and with Eye Health America. It allows us to provide even better care for every one of our patients. It gives my patients and staff access to an outstanding group of specialists, medical professionals, and the latest in technology and medical innovation to promote vision and eyecare. With offices in Sarasota and Venice, it provides great convenience with world-class care.”

MLSCVED has a has a long-standing presence in the Venice area including strong relationships with the local community and the independent providers in the Manatee & Sarasota counties.

“As we have worked in this community for many years, we are excited to partner with Dr. Johnson, who shares the same patient-centered values and mission as Eye Health America. Our partnership further enhances Eye Health America’s growth in Southwest Florida and we are excited to build upon the culture of excellence he has established,” John Swencki, our Co-CEO.

EHA has seen substantial growth in recent years, and with the addition of MLSCVED, is currently operating with 96 physicians across 53 locations, 10 ambulatory surgical centers, and more than 1,200 employees in South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. EHA provides exceptional strategic and operational support to practice groups and ASCs, enabling them to focus on delivering the highest quality patient outcomes and meeting a rapidly growing need for eye care.