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Suncoast Eye Center marks 26th anniversary

Eye center marks 26th anniversary

The Suncoast Eye Center and Eye Surgery Institute celebrated its 26th anniversary on May 17. All ophthalmologists on staff are board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology, and the facility is Florida licensed and Medicare certified. The center is at 14003 Lakeshore Blvd. in Hudson, opposite Bayonet Point Regional Medical Center, with a satellite office at 221 N.E. Highway 19 in Crystal River. For information, visit www.suncoasteyecenter.com.

Firms nominated for 'builder of the year'

Lyons Heritage and Custom Craft Homes have been nominated for builder-of-the-year honors by Arthur Rutenberg Homes Inc. The award will be presented at Arthur Rutenberg Homes' annual awards dinner June 20 at the Resort, Clearwater Beach.

Lyons Heritage, 17852 U.S. 41 N in Lutz, is a builder of Arthur Rutenberg homes in Seven Oaks, Summerglade in Wesley Chapel and in Lake Jovita in Dade City.

Custom Craft Homes, an independently owned and operated franchise of Arthur Rutenberg Homes Inc., has a Pasco model home center at Sunset Lakes in Land O'Lakes. Residential pricing there begins at $600,000, including home site.

Morton Plant Mease wins nursing award

Morton Plant Mease Health Care has again received "magnet" designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.

The criteria include patient care, working environment, interdisciplinary relationships and processes of the entire organization.

Among the hospitals of Morton Plant Mease Health Care is Morton Plant North Bay in New Port Richey, which employes 154 registered nurses and licensed practical nurses.

"Magnet designation is the ultimate benchmark for our patients and visitors and confirms the high quality of care that they can expect to receive," said Philip K. Beauchamp, president and CEO of Morton Plant Mease Health Care.

Industrial property sells for $2.16-million

Prudential CRES Commercial Real Estate sold an industrial property on Rutillio Court in New Port Richey.

Realtors Allen Crumbley, Matt Shaw and Armando Flores II completed the transaction.

The Alliance Group of Tampa Bay V bought the 55,000-square-foot project on 6.73 acres at 7716, 7721, 7734 and 7753 Rutillio Court.

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Suncoast Eye Center marks 26th anniversary 06/01/08 [Last modified: Monday, November 1, 2010 9:20am]
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