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Utah Eye Care Practice Wins 2013 Customer Service Award

The Eye Institute of Utah Receives Angie's List Super Service Award for Providing a Positive Healthcare Experience Along With Outstanding Corrective Vision Services

SALT LAKE CITY, UT -- (Marketwired) -- 08/13/14 -- Trained and educated at some of the top ophthalmic and medical institutions in the country, the Salt Lake City eye care specialists at The Eye Institute of Utah have a history of providing effective vision correction. However, though improving their patients' vision is certainly their primary concern, this group of experienced doctors have another priority they deem equally important: providing a positive healthcare experience for their patients. The Eye Institute of Utah recently received recognition from Angie's List for their ongoing commitment to not only their patient's vision, but their overall wellbeing.

In a recent blog post, the Utah vision correction practice expressed their gratitude for the award, noting that the honor "reflects one of our primary goals: commitment to customer service." The Angie's List Super Service Award is bestowed upon institutions and companies that excel in all areas of customer satisfaction, and only 5% of eligible candidates for this award received the distinction for 2013. The doctors at The Eye Institute of Utah are pleased to join that ranking, stating: "We are happy to know that our patients are not only pleased with their corrective eye care but want to share their positive experiences with others."

This is not the first time The Eye Institute of Utah has been recognized for their outstanding patient satisfaction. The Salt Lake City ophthalmology practice has also won the "Talk of the Town" award for customer service for five consecutive years, entitling them for Talk of the Town's Sapphire Award. According to Dr. Robert Cionni, Medical Director at The Eye Institute of Utah, they strive "to provide patients with a professional and friendly atmosphere, while offering a personalized approach to treating each person based on their unique lifestyle and needs." Regardless of which vision correction procedure their patients need, the practice seeks to make each interaction efficient and comfortable in addition to providing excellent eye care.

About The Eye Institute of Utah
The Eye Institute of Utah specializes in a variety of vision correction surgeries, including LASIK, PRK, and ICL procedures. They are well-known leaders in the eye care industry, and the practice is renowned for performing cataract intraocular lens (IOL) implant surgery, standard and custom cataract surgery, and refractive lens procedures (using multifocal and Toric IOLs). In addition, the eye care specialists at The Eye Institute of Utah also provide comprehensive care for a variety of general ophthalmology needs. The Eye Institute of Utah surgeons are available for interview upon request.

For more information about The Eye Institute of Utah, please visit theeyeinstitute.com and facebook.com/theeyeinstitute.

To view the original source of this press release, click here: http://www.theeyeinstitute.com/press-release/utah-eye-care-practice-wins-2013-customer-service-award/

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