The LASIK Vision Institute Donates to the American Red Cross for Houston Hurricane Relief
Summary: The LASIK Vision Institute announced today that it has made an emergency donation to the American Red Cross. The contribution is intended to assist with repairing the damage and destruction caused by Hurricane Harvey in Houston and surrounding areas.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – The LASIK Vision Institute (LVI), a leader in laser vision correction, announced today that it has donated to the American Red Cross to support rescue and relief efforts in southeastern Texas. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, the region has faced unprecedented flooding and destruction.
LVI has dozens of laser eye surgery centers across the country, including a location in Houston and several others in areas within Texas that have faced the most damage.
“We are thinking of our fellow Americans who have been affected by Hurricane Harvey, including our employees, their families, and our patients,” said LVI CEO Ben Cook. “LVI is proud to assist the relief efforts of the Red Cross as it tirelessly carries out heroic work. We will continue to do our part to help, and we hope to see the people whose lives have been impacted by the storm back on their feet as quickly as possible.”
About The LASIK Vision Institute
The national provider of laser eye surgery, The LASIK Vision Institute (LVI) operates a growing nationwide network. The company utilizes FDA-approved, advanced LASIK technology. LVI’s skilled LASIK surgeons have performed more than 1.1 million procedures. For more information, visit The LASIK Vision Institute.