Gord and Linda Berti founded Abbotsford’s ProMed Eye Health 20 years ago to provide exclusive products to aid in preserving Canadians’ eye health.

Gord and Linda Berti founded Abbotsford’s ProMed Eye Health 20 years ago to provide exclusive products to aid in preserving Canadians’ eye health.

Eyes here! Discover one of Abbotsford’s best-kept secrets

Eye health company provides premium products close to home

Did you know there’s a national eye health company that has made its home in Abbotsford for more than 14 years?

Better yet, you can take advantage of their quality products, knowledge and expertise … right here at home!

ProMed Eye Health was founded by Gord and Linda Berti 20 years ago to provide exclusive products to aid in preserving Canadians’ eye health. Strong community sponsors and supporters, in addition to wholesaling premium products to eye doctors across Canada, they also offer patients the ability to purchase directly from their Abbotsford retail location or online.

Quality products shared with quality information

ProMed’s superior products are not available at retail outlets or pharmacies. Not only does this meet stringent Health Canada criteria, but it ensures patients are receiving the correct information and recommendations from their eye doctor, explains Gord Berti, company president.

ProMed Eye Health specializes in products for macular degeneration and dry eye syndrome. “While there are many products available for these two conditions, many come with higher price tags and very often with undesirable preservatives,” says Linda Berti, vice-president of operations. “Do NOT use a product with preservatives; not only can they be harmful to your body, but can be the cause of dry eye,” she stresses.

“We do business from the heart and unlike most manufacturers, keep our mark-ups low. ProMed can save patients up to 45 per cent on their premium products. We want to help as many people as possible with their eyesight.”

Valuable expertise from the professionals who know

ProMed Eye Health welcomes all questions regarding eye challenges and in turn, advising patients of the best course of action. While quick to emphasize they are not doctors, and don’t offer eye exams, the team is very knowledgeable – in fact, Gord has been involved in the eye health profession for more than 40 years!

He’s also the person behind the formulation of their MACULA 2® proprietary products, proudly manufactured right here in British Columbia.

Currently, ProMed Eye Health manufactures MACULA 2® OMEGA-3, MACULA 2® ESSENTIALS AREDS 2 PLUS, and MACULA 2® TG-GOLD. They’re also the exclusive Canadian distributor for the BioDrop MD® line of dry eye lubricants from Europe, preservative-free and considered some of the best eye drops and spray available in Canada. In addition, ProMed is the exclusive Canadian distributor for the OcuSci™ Hot/Cold Dry Eye Compress.

Quite simply, “If your eye doctor is not offering these products, they’re not offering you the best,” Gord says.

Ready to learn more?

To learn more about supporting your eye health today, stop by ProMed’s retail location, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to Friday at Unit 1, 32750 George Ferguson Way in Abbotsford. Call them today at 1-888-851-0009 or visit online at ProMedEyeHealth.com. You can also stay up-to-date on Facebook and Instagram.

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