Dr. Monheit has dedicated her career to the preservation of vision in patients, and we have had the privilege to have her on staff at Texan Eye. However, her family is in Birmingham, Alabama and the time is right for her to make the move back home. Her last day in the practice will be August 15th. While we are sad to see her leave, we know that the patients of UAB will be thrilled to have her back. If you have been a patient of Dr. Monheit’s, we are happy to make your records available but would invite you to transfer your care to one of the other 3 glaucoma specialists within the practice. Dr. Marquis, Dr. Osa and Dr. Goodrich are all available for your continued care here at Texan Eye. Dr. Monheit, we wish you well in Alabama. We will miss you!
We are here for our patients and the community in this time of need. Texan Eye is following CDC and local guidelines and recommending masks for everyone. If you prefer to wait in your car until we are ready for you, please let us know at the front desk when you check in. The only thing we ask is if you are not feeling well or have been in contact with someone who is sick, please stay home. We will be here to care for you and your vision when you are feeling better.
Texan Eye is a full service ophthalmology practice with locations in Austin and Cedar Park. Our practice also operates in Marble Falls to accommodate specialty vision care needs. For more than 25 years, Texan Eye has been a leader in cataract and refractive surgery, providing sophisticated laser and lens implant surgery for patients who only trust their vision to the best. Other specialty services we offer include oculoplastics and full service diagnoses and treatment for glaucoma, retinal and corneal disorders. Texan Eye also offers comprehensive eye exams as well as contact lenses and glasses fittings for our patients.
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