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The Eye Clinic of Wisconsin, S.C. is pleased to welcome Dr. Benjamin Clark to our Steven’s Point location, effective March 1st. Benjamin Clark, OD graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and Indiana University-School of Optometry. “Stevens Point has always been an area of the state that my family has admired…It is an area of Wisconsin I have always wanted to live and practice in,” Dr. Benjamin Clark.
Dr. Clark brings an extensive experience in specialty contact lens, vision corrections, and pediatrics. Joseph Kilsdonk, Chief Operating Officer for the Eye Clinic of Wisconsin noted “The Clinic is very pleased to have Dr. Clark join the practice. He brings a passion for helping people and a tremendous optometry skill set. Patients will quickly resonant with his compassionate demeanor and dedication to improving their vision.” Dr. Clark recently practiced at Eye Physician Associates, S.C. in Milwaukee, WI.
During this transition, Dr. Amanda Hoffmann, our current Optometrist in Stevens Point, will be relocating to our Wausau office effective April 4th. She will continue to see patients in Stevens Point through March. Patients may continue their care with Dr. Hoffmann in Wausau.
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