Keamy Laser & Eye Centre

Ophthalmology in Westborough MA


Keamy Eye & Laser Centre is committed to providing you with a superior level of eye care in a friendly and personalized environment. Dr. Jean Keamy has performed over thousands of refractive and cataract procedures, leaving patients with the ultimate trust in our services. Conveniently located in Westborough, Massachusetts, our eye centre provides exceptional eye care for our patients with our state-of-the-art technology. We provide top notch treatment for general ophthalmology conditions including dry eyes, glaucoma, blepharitis and many more.

LASIK Surgery at Keamy Eye & Laser Centre

In our continuous efforts to deliver exceptional results, Dr. Jean Keamy also performs the growingly popular LASIK Eye Surgery for laser vision correction.

We are very proud of the relationships that we have established with our patients. We are especially honored that our patients have referred so many of their friends and relatives to our practice. We look forward to making lasting relationships with every patient we meet. Our practice serves Westborough, Worcester, Boston and surrounding areas in Massachusetts. If you are interested in scheduling an eye care appointment with Dr. Jean Keamy, contact our office at 508-836-8733 today.


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Meet The Doctor

Jean E. Keamy, MD, MBA

Dr. Jean E. Keamy’s medical degree was the final chapter in a number of extensive academic achievements. After graduating with a B.A. in Molecular Biology from Princeton University, Dr. Keamy pursued graduate studies at the M.I.T. Sloan School of Management and then completed her M.B.A at the New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business Administration. After working several years on Madison Avenue, Dr. Keamy felt that her management job had no impact on helping people.

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How to Naturally Take Care of Your Vision

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