At McFarland Eye Care, we appreciate the men and women who put their lives on the line to keep us safe every day. No matter the emergency, we can count on you to protect our families. We know how dangerous and uncomfortable it can be to do your job with glasses on—and you shouldn’t have to! That’s why we want to give back to a hero in the community with a free LASIK surgery.
The Hero Contest is open to EMTs, Active Military, National Guard, Army Reserve, Law Enforcement Officials and Firefighters. All you have to do is go to our post on Facebook and comment how LASIK would change your life or the life of a hero you know.
Even if you don’t win, our Hero Program offers LASIK and other refractive surgery to those who serve at a discounted price year-round. The program results in savings of $675 per eye for LASIK.
Dr. Evan Newbolt provides bladeless LASIK surgery and was the first ophthalmologist in the state to implant a Tecnis Symfony® lens, a lens that decreases dependence on reading glasses. You can relax knowing you’re in good hands with Dr. Newbolt with his years of experience and award-winning skill.
Pine Bluff firefighter Sven Hipp won free LASIK through a previous giveaway and says his experience with LASIK was quick and painless. “There is absolutely no reason why you should be hesitant to do it [LASIK]. I have no after effects, no halos at night, no pain, no blurriness. The whole process is over in minutes and it changes the rest of your life,” Hipp said.
Are you a community hero, or do you know one you’d like to nominate? Let us know by participating in our Facebook contest! A winner will be selected on May 31st at noon.
*Our heroes should bring their qualifying ID at the time of their FREE LASIK/Refractive evaluation to ensure qualification for the program. The winning hero will be screened by our staff to ensure they are a candidate for LASIK surgery.
This form does NOT enter you into the contest. This form is to schedule your FREE LASIK evaluation.