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Local eye doctors honored by National Business Network

Drs. Christopher McDowell and Sasha Narayan, owners of Northern Minnesota Eye Care in Cloquet, Moose Lake, and Hinckley, received recognition for their continued commitment to professional development at a recent meeting of Cleinman Performance N...

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Drs. Christopher McDowell and Sasha Narayan, owners of Northern Minnesota Eye Care in Cloquet, Moose Lake, and Hinckley.

Drs. Christopher McDowell and Sasha Narayan, owners of Northern Minnesota Eye Care in Cloquet, Moose Lake, and Hinckley, received recognition for their continued commitment to professional development at a recent meeting of Cleinman Performance Network.

McDowell and Narayan - celebrating their fifth year in the Network - demonstrate a dedication to creating a healthy and beneficial work environment, as well as to maintaining a high level of patient care and satisfaction.

As members of Cleinman Performance Network, a wisdom-sharing group of peer optometrists from across North America, McDowell and Narayan provide valuable knowledge that highlights and contributes to the best practices in vision care and eye health.

McDowell and Narayan both received their doctorates from the Illinois College of Optometry in 2004. They established Northern Minnesota Eye Care in June 2006 and are active members of the American Optometric Association and the Minnesota Optometric Association. They married in 2006 and have two children, Jackson and Maya.

“Dr. McDowell and Dr. Narayan have made true contributions to our network of optometrists through their commitment to excellent patient care,” said Alan H. Cleinman, president of Cleinman Performance Partners in Oneonta, N.Y. “We are honored to be associated with professionals of such high caliber and look forward to continuing our positive and beneficial relationship.”

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