Jennifer Nottage, MD, joins Eye Institute at Springfield Clinic

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[March 26, 2013]  SPRINGFIELD -- Patients suffering from corneal, refractive and cataract disorders have a new option among the ophthalmologists at Springfield Clinic. Jennifer Nottage, M.D., has joined the Springfield Clinic Eye Institute, effective Monday.

As a corneal specialist, Dr. Nottage treats all forms of corneal infections and ocular surface diseases and specializes in various types of corneal transplants. Nottage also performs refractive and cataract surgery, including Lasik and phakic lens surgery for myopia, and she has an interest in the repair of traumatic eye injuries and anterior segment reconstruction.

Nottage received her medical degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and completed her ophthalmology residency at the University of Maryland in Baltimore. She was then awarded a fellowship in cornea, external disease and refractive surgery from the Wills Eye Institute in Philadelphia, Pa.

The Eye Institute at Springfield Clinic treats a wide range of conditions and is a "one-stop shop" for all eye care needs, ranging from routine eye exams to complex surgical procedures and treatments, including cataract and glaucoma surgery, corneal transplants, Lasik, retinal detachment and vitreous surgery, and many more.

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Springfield Clinic is a progressive, physician-led multi-specialty medical group, devoted to providing the highest quality health care to its patients. With nearly 400 physicians and midlevel providers practicing in nearly 80 medical specialties and sub-specialties, Springfield Clinic serves a population of nearly 1 million.

[Text from file received from Springfield Clinic]

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