Christenbury Eye Center Announces Closing, Cites “Health Reasons” For Jonathan Christenbury’s Departure

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The Christenbury Eye Center is closing after serving the Charlotte area for more than 30 years. The company posted a statement to their website informing patients on how to get medical records, information, and pay outstanding bills.

The statement also cites “health reasons” as to why the company’s founder and principle, Jonathan Christenbury is stepping away from his practice.

You can read the full statement below:

“Christenbury Eye Center has announced that as of 12/1/2017, it has closed its practice after serving the Charlotte area with sophisticated laser vison correction for over 30 years. CEC’s founder and principal, Jonathan Christenbury, is stepping away from the practice of medicine indefinitely due to health reasons. Christenbury Eye Center will no longer be treating patients.

To request a copy of your records, please download and complete the Medical Records Release. The completed form can be emailed to or faxed to (704)364-7384.

All medical records must be received by our office no later than 1/31/2018 to ensure timely completion.

If you have questions about a statement that you have received or a refund that you are due, please send a detailed email to

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Christenbury Eye Center would like to thank each of our valued patients, caring staff, and dedicated venders for all your patronage over the past 30 years.

Christenbury Eye Center

If you have an outstanding bill to be paid, please click here to pay online.”

Original Story

CHARLOTTE, NC — Dr. Jonathan Christenbury, a well-known Charlotte eye doctor, voluntarily surrendered his medical license Wednesday after several allegations of sexual harassment.

Today, Christenbury, owner of the Christenbury Eye Center, surrendered his medical license to the North Carolina Medical Board.

NC Medical Board Voluntary Surrender Form for Dr. Jonathan Christenbury

Christenbury was sued in July by two former female employees for sexual harassment, assault, and wrongful termination. The lawsuit also said that he regularly hired women based on their appearance.

One of the women suing, a former Hornets cheerleader, says Christenbury offered her $5000 for sex, and stalked her.

The medical board had previously scheduled a hearing on the allegations for December 14th.