First responders offered free LASIK operation
August 3, 2012 · Updated 12:11 PM
Bellevue LASIK & Cornea will donate two free laser vision corrections to current police officers, firefighters, EMT’s or active duty military members Sept. 11.
The two chosen will receive at no charge, a bilateral all-laser LASIK procedure with all of the post-operative exams and enhancements needed for one year. The retail value of this procedure for both eyes is $4,590 per winner.
“The men and women who dedicate their lives to public service carry such a heavy load and responsibility that they shouldn’t have the additional burden of poor vision and corrective lenses,” said Dr. Kent Leavitt.
All interested and qualified first responders should go to the Bellevue LASIK & Cornea Facebook at www.facebook.com/BellevueLASIK and tell the company why they or someone they know deserves free LASIK. The deadline for entries is Aug. 17. Four finalists will be announced on Aug. 17. From Aug. 20-24, the public will vote on Facebook for the final two winners. Final winners will be announced Aug. 24.