Wolfe Family Vision Center in Webster City announces the arrival of Dr. Megan M. Petersen at their office. Dr. Petersen spent 11 years practicing optometry in the Des Moines and Ames area before joining Wolfe in 2022 to provide patient care in the Webster City and Clarion communities.
Originally from Algona, Dr. Petersen provides routine family eye care services including eye exams, prescription glasses and contact lenses in Webster City. Dr. Petersen specializes in the treatment and medical management of many eye diseases, including cataracts, glaucoma and retinal conditions. She enjoys helping her patients of all ages see better and being part of their journey to achieve the best vision possible.
She looks forward to serving patients in the area alongside Drs. Tesdahl and Haberman at the Webster City office.
Dr. Petersen received her BSc with a major in biology and a minor in chemistry from the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa. She then earned her Doctor of Optometry from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee, where she also completed an eye disease residency. She has completed several internships, including at the Tate County Vision Center in Senatobia, Mississippi and the Wolfe Eye Clinic in West Des Moines, Iowa.Dr. Petersen and her husband, Brian, are both originally from Algona, Iowa and are enjoying the opportunity to return to Northwest Iowa with Wolfe Eye Clinic. The couple have three children and enjoy participating in their many activities. Mr. Petersen has accepted a teaching position at Webster City Community Schools and will begin teaching in the fall of 2022 when they move into the community this summer. In their free time, you might find them enjoying the outdoors, attending ISU and UNI sporting events, and spending time with friends and family.Dr. Petersen will serve patients at the Wolfe Family Vision Center in Webster City as its main office, but will also see patients at the new Wolfe Family Vision Center in Clarion. The Clarion location at 219 N Main Street, was acquired by Wolfe Eye Clinic in a recent merger with David E. Gildner, OD After 40 years of practice, Dr. Gildner has partnered with Wolfe Eye Clinic to its two Belmond and Clarion locations. These Wolfe Family Vision Centers join ten other locations across the state of Iowa, including Albia, Fairfield, Grundy Center, Humboldt, Sac City, Story City, Traer, Toledo, Waverly and Webster City. Both sites will continue to provide the same high quality care and friendly atmosphere that communities have come to expect. in Marshalltown, apparently because it was located along a busy railroad line in a central state location. Wolfe Eye Clinic today has more than 50 physicians providing patient care in more than 40 Iowa communities, including 12 primary clinics in Ames, Carroll, Cedar Falls, Cedar Rapids, Fort Dodge, Iowa City, Marshalltown, Ottumwa , Pleasant Hill, Spencer, Waterloo and West Des Moines and 12 Wolfe Family Vision Centers across the state.