Cano & Manning Eye Center has been an integral part of the Palm Beach county community for many years. We’d like to invite you to take a moment to review our history and learn a little bit more about us.
Laurie R. Teasdale, M.D., founds the original practice.
Dr. Teasdale joins the Palm Beach Medical Group in August of 1952.
Dr. Teasdale retires and is replaced by John B. Nicholson, M.D.
Robert Nevins, Jr., M.D., F.A.C.S., joins the group.
Dr. Nicholson retires after 24 years of service.
Dr. Nevins, Jr., withdraws from Palm Beach Medical Group.
Dr. Nevins, Jr., continues his own practice with his wife Joanna Nevins, R.N.
Dr. David Cano joins Dr. Charles Baker, MD to begin his practice of Ophthalmology in the Palm Beaches.
Dr. Lauree Manning becomes Chief of Ophthalmology at the new Veterans Hospital in Palm Beach Gardens.
David Cano, M.D., and Lauree Manning, M.D begin their own private practice together.
Dr. and Mrs. Nevins retire and the practice becomes Cano & Manning Eye Center.
Cano & Manning Eye Center acquire the practice of Dr. Louis Mark and the Gardens Eye Center in Palm Beach Gardens.
Cano & Manning Eye Center acquire the practice of Dr. Steven Schnell of Jupiter FL
Cano & Manning Eye Center continues the more-than-60-year tradition of providing high-quality personalized eye care to the Palm Beaches.
At Cano & Manning Eye Center, the well-being of our patients and the success of their treatment is always our top priority. We look forward to meeting you!