After decades of serving residents of Kingman, ophthalmologist Michael Stagner, M.D., is retiring and the practice is being acquired by Prescott-based Kokopelli Eye Institute. The announcement was made by Laura Crain, Administrator for Kokopelli.
A leader in cataract surgery and comprehensive eye care, Kokopelli Eye Institute is a statewide ophthalmology practice with two surgery centers in Northern Arizona. Founded 18 years ago by board-certified eye surgeon Michael Ham, M.D., FACS, Kokopelli will offer a team of doctors in Kingman to provide both general and specialized eye care, including cataract and eyelid surgery.
Kokopelli has a strong focus in senior eye care, providing treatment for macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and corneal eye disease. The practice will offer same-day emergency services.
Dr. Ham is a renowned surgeon and is best known for developing the 5-Minute Instant Vision, No-Needle, No-Stitch, No-Patch Cataract Surgery. He has performed over 16,000 procedures to date. Kokopelli Eye Institute accepts most insurance plans.
For more information, contact the practice at 753.2900 or visit their website, www.kokopellieyecare.com.