The Eye Center Announces The Appointment Of Dr. Peter Koerner

Oct 10, 2021  

Columbia, SC, October 10, 2021: The Eye Center is pleased to announce Dr. Peter Koerner’s appointment as National Board Certified Optometrist. Dr. Peter Koerner received a hearty welcome to The Eye Center at the start of 2020. As a primary eye caregiver, he performs extensive eye examinations for adults. By utilizing state-of-the-art medical technology, Dr. Peter Koerner skillfully manages eye problems like glaucoma. Excitedly, he is a respected member of the AOA (American Optometric Association). In addition, Dr. Koerner has an astounding optometric background. This includes training received at the:

  • Omni Eye Center in Atlanta, GA
  • Huntington Veteran’s Hospital in Huntington
  • Naval Health Care Center in Quantico

In 2012, Dr. Peter Koerner graduated from Indiana University School of Optometry. As a result of his outstanding leadership, he was chosen as a Gold Key Optometric Society member. Before enrolling in an Optometry school, he graduated on the Dean’s list at the Wheeling Jesuit University.

Since joining our team in 2020, Dr. Peter Koerner has made a difference! He is actively interested in the health of patients and committed to enhancing their quality of life. When carrying out procedures, he works with precision and has a unique way of putting nervous patients at ease. In addition, with his ingenuity and ease of adaptability to new techniques and modern technology, Dr. Peter Koerner actively promotes the company’s culture. To learn more about Dr. Peter Koerner or The Eye Center, visit our website!

About The Eye Center

The Eye Center is the leading refractive practice in South Carolina, providing full service eye care and specializing in Refractive Surgery – Lasik, AST, PRK, PRELEX, as well as Corneal Transplant and Cataract Surgery


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