Dr. Augustine Kellis, founder and CEO of Kellis Eye & Laser Center, announced today he is hosting a community celebration at his office on Saturday, August 10th commemorating his 25th year practicing ophthalmology and oculoplastic surgery in Chardon, Ohio.
The event will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and will include giveaways, 40% off eye wear and complimentary balloon creations, face painting, a cookie decorating class with D is for Delicious, a photo booth and a food truck. It will also feature the complete line of eye wear from Ray-Ban and Fysh. A proclamation will be given by State Representative, Diane Grendell, at Noon. Vice Mayor of Chardon, David Lelko, will also be in attendance.
“It has been both an honor and a privilege to have served the patients of Geauga County for the past 25 years.,” said Dr. Kellis, President and CEO of Kellis Eye & Laser Center. “Our practice proudly provides comprehensive eye care, exceptional cataract surgery, eyelid plastic surgery, and a variety of aesthetic services.”
Dr. Augustine Kellis founded Kellis Eye Center in 1994. He opened his first solo ophthalmology practice specializing in general ophthalmology, cataract surgery and oculoplastic surgery on Center Street in Chardon, Ohio. He has performed over twenty-five thousand intraocular procedures and well over one hundred thousand eyelid and facial plastic surgical procedures. In 1999, he moved his practice to 150 7th Avenue and brought on optometrist Dawn Barkan, O.D. In 2009, Gene A. Johnson, M.D. joined the practice specializing in general ophthalmology, cataract surgery, oculoplastic surgery and aesthetic laser services. In 2015, Julieta Ryder, M.D. joined the practice specializing in general ophthalmology, cataract surgery, oculoplastic surgery and aesthetic laser services. The doctors and staff of Kellis Eye & Laser Center are proud to provide the Chardon community with the highest quality vision and eye health care possible in a comfortable and professional environment and look forward to serving for many years to come.