(Press Release) Vision Source has entered into a relationship with Central Ohio Primary Care to provide eye health and vision services to their patient base. This collaboration will deliver improved outcomes for the patients of both organizations.
“Vision Source is proud to work with COPC as we continue to find innovative ways to deliver improved outcomes and a phenomenal patient experience,” said Jim Greenwood, President and CEO of Vision Source. “Between our strong networks of primary care clinicians and optometrists, we will enhance the detection and management of health issues through cost-effective quality care.”
COPC is the nation’s largest physician-owned primary care medical group, with more than 300 providers and 55 locations in central Ohio. The organization has been voted Columbus C.E.O. Best Medical Practice (General Practice) for the past two years and its network includes 52 physicians recently named some of the “Best Doctors in America” by Best Doctors, Inc.
“This relationship with Vision Source aligns with our goals and values at COPC,” said COPC Corporate Medical Director of COPCP, Dr. Laurence Blosser, “We feel the level of care offered at Vision Source practices strongly supports our commitment to our patients, who will now gain access to the highest quality of eye care services in addition to their excellent primary care.”
For more information, call 888-558-2020 or visit www.visionsource.com.
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