The doctors at Arbor believe in the importance of patient-centered care from our entire team. We expect our employees to treat each patient with respect, as they would want to be treated if they were the patient. Our Arbor employees are friendly, approachable, and compassionate. They are willing to go out of their way to help a patient in an efficient manner. They are expected to maintain a strong work ethic, use common sense, be honest, accept responsibility and be knowledgeable about common eye care needs.
Caring for the needs of a patient is a team effort and the employees of Arbor Centers for EyeCare are team players! Of course, we are a big family, and we like to have some fun while working hard!
The doctors and employees at Arbor Centers for EyeCare work hard daily as a team to service the needs of our patients and give the gift of sight. We foster a friendly environment that feels like “one big family” – a team that has the patients’ best interest in mind. The history of Arbor started over 60 years ago; we are proud to have patients and their families from those initial days who continue to see us for their eye care needs.
Our Community Service
The doctors and employees at Arbor Centers for EyeCare regularly participate in community service efforts including health fairs, city-wide vision screenings and other projects. At each of our office locations, we collect pop tabs in order to support Ronald McDonald House Charities. Ronald McDonald House Charities are found in more than 60 countries across the world. The charity helps keep families together by providing the comfort of home for families near a hospitalized child receiving treatment among other amenities. RMHC also provide basic medical and dental care and health education to children in areas with limited resources. RMHC serve more than 6 million families and children annually. Please join Arbor Centers for EyeCare in supporting this great cause! The entire Arbor team is encouraged to participate in community service projects that are important to them. As a group we collect old eyeglasses and donate them to the Lions Club to help improve the sight of others in need.