Health: Calhoun Eye Clinic closing with records, services moving to Rome office.

Health: Calhoun Eye Clinic closing with records, services moving to Rome office.

Calhoun Eye Clinic closing after nearly six decades; files moving to Rome office: A mainstay in the community, Calhoun Eye Clinic at 100 S. Court St. is closing with much of its records and services being transferred to Rome. Dr. Robin Scoggin, who has seen patients in Calhoun for a dozen years, has an office in Rome as well.
From Facebook:
After 57 years, Calhoun Eye Clinic will soon be closing. We appreciate all the years we have been able to serve this community. We have seen almost six decades of patients.
Starting with Dr Leon Gresham in 1963, he opened his office up at The Johnson Hall Clinic. In 1969, he built the current location at 100 S. Court St. Dr Robin Scoggin started seeing patients in Calhoun in 2009 up to present day. Dr Scoggin will continue his practice at his location in Rome. All patient records will be available there after the first quarter of 2021. At the present time we are still taking orders for contact lenses and eyeglasses on established patients.
We are referring all exams to the Rome location. We will announce our final day a little later into the first quarter of this year. Ginger Worde, LDO is still at the Calhoun office. Our hours right now are, Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-2 p.m.  Later times can be arranged. Just call the office. 706-217-7326
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