Dr. Corwin Sateren and his team will join NorthLakes Community Clinic in April. Dr. Corwin Sateren has been practicing optometry since 1995 when he first purchased and opened Sateren Eye Care on Main Street. Optometry is a new service for NorthLakes Community Clinic.
Of the merge, NorthLakes Community Clinic CEO Reba Rice says this is a continuation of NorthLakes commitment to expanding access of quality services to patients. “Up until now, we have been unable to offer integrated optometry services to our patients. This addition allows us to expand access to patients who might not otherwise have access to primary eye care, eyewear and contact lenses. At NorthLakes, we believe everyone deserves access to care and are continuously looking for ways to expand access to services in the communities we serve.”
Dr. Corwin Sateren received his BS in Business Administration from North Dakota State University in Fargo, North Dakota. He went on to complete his Doctor of Optometry (OD) at Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove Oregon and has been actively practicing since 1990. He moved to Ashland in 1995 to open Sateren Eye Care.
“For over 20-years I have had the privilege of helping patients in the Ashland area with their eye care needs,” Dr. Corwin Sateren says. “By partnering with NorthLakes Community Clinic, I can expand my reach to help more people in the area I call home. I look forward to being a part of the NorthLakes team and serving the Ashland area for many years to come.”
Dr. Corwin Sateren and his team will remain at 218 Main Street and operate under the name NorthLakes Community Clinic – Ashland Optometry. In addition to eye care and eye wear, patients will also have access to additional NorthLakes resources such as the NorthLakes Sliding Fee Scale. If you have any questions about the merger, please contact Sateren Eye Care at 715.682.4666.