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EyeCare Partners Acquires Mariemont EyeCare

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It’s the optometry practice of Dr. Mark Kuhlman.

(Press Release) ST. LOUIS, MO – EyeCare Partners LLC announce its expansion in the Cincinnati optometry market with the acquisition of Mariemont EyeCare, the optometry practice of Dr. Mark Kuhlman, O.D.

With expertise in contact lenses and eyeglasses, LASIK evaluation, vision exams, and the evaluation and treatment of cataracts and glaucoma, Mariemont EyeCare has offered the highest quality vision care and state-of-the-art technology to Cincinnati residents for over twenty years. As a result of its commitment to patient-focused care, the practice has won the Super Service Award from Angie’s List, an award earned only by the top performing 5% of businesses per category.

Dr. Kuhlman is thrilled to be joining the team of optometrists and ophthalmologists at ECP.

According to Dr. Kuhlman, “I am excited to be part of the ECP team. This combination allows me to focus on patient care while ECP provides support. I look forward to offering ECP’s innovative technology and exceptional optical products, and feel my patients will benefit from this new partnership.”

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“Mariemont EyeCare is a perfect addition to our growing network of optometrists and ophthalmologists, with its highly skilled opticians, patient-focused practice, and efficient business operations. Together with ECP’s expertise and resources, we look forward to continuing to provide exceptional eye care,” says Dr. James Wachter, Chief Professional Officer of ECP.

ECP Chief Executive Officer, Kelly McCrann, added, “ECP looks forward to working with Mariemont EyeCare to serve patients in Cincinnati and throughout Ohio. Partnerships with cutting-edge practices like Mariemont EyeCare are part of ECP’s overall strategy to increase patient access to high-quality vision care across the United States.”

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