Quigley Eye Specialists Helps Heroic Monoclonal AntibodyNurses With Dry Eye Supplies
"While I was at one of the clinics receiving this life-changing treatment, I noticed many of the nurses suffered with red, itchy eyes because of long shifts in front of computer screens, some as long as 16 hours," said Quigley Eye Specialists Vice President of Marketing Frances Wilhelm. "With a mission of being at service to the community, I thought it would be nice to help these extraordinary men and women who are making a difference for so many of us. Since we have dry eye treatments at Quigley Eye Specialists, I thought we could do something to help these heroic healthcare workers and make their job more comfortable."
The "Quigley Cares" baskets were delivered to four monoclonal treatment locations in Bonita Springs, Naples, Immokalee and Englewood.
The gift baskets included Systane lubricant eye drops and gels that are designed to keep the eyes lubricated and provide long-lasting relief and Genteal Tears that deliver fast, soothing relief of dry eye symptoms and act as a protectant against further irritation.
The baskets also contained treats. $500 iLASIK gift cards and $25 optical gift cards good at any Quigley Eye Specialists office.
The four monoclonal antibody clinics are among 21 opened in the past two weeks in Florida that help people who have the early stages of COVID-19 avoid hospitalization. Those who have received the treatment said their symptoms diminished within 24 to 48 hours.
With more than 100 medical professionals, Quigley Eye Specialists is one of the nation's leading multispecialty ophthalmology practices specializing in cataracts, laser cataract surgery, glaucoma, LASIK, dry eye, eyelid surgery, retinal issues, corneal conditions and routine eye care. The practice also has added a cosmetic surgery division led by facial plastic surgeon Dr. Stephen Prendiville. For more information, visit http://quigleyeye.com.
Susan Bennett Marketing & Media, L.C.