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Ocular Partners Announces Ophthalmology Partnerships

It has partnered with two ophthalmology practices.




(PRESS RELEASE) CHICAGO, IL — Ocular Partners Inc., a physician-led eye care group in greater Chicago, announces an agreement with two ophthalmology practices: University Ophthalmology in Hyde Park, previously owned by Dr. Veena Arun, and Lakeshore Eye Physicians, previously owned by Dr. Howard Reinglass. The practices join the growing platform consisting of Arbor Centers for EyeCare and Chicago Eye Institute.

Dr. Osvaldo Lopez, chairman of the board, said: “We are excited to launch our partnership and affiliation plan as we continue our growth strategy with new additions to our Ocular family. Through 2020, we have all focused on minimizing the risks of COVID-19. We will continue to do so while we remain focused on our short and long-term strategies toward growth. Drs. Arun and Reinglass are well-known to us, and we are eager to continue taking outstanding care of their patients as they transition their careers.”

The additions broaden the Company’s footprint to include the vibrant Hyde Park location of University Ophthalmology. Ocular also recently opened a new location of Chicago Eye Institute at 5086 N. Elston Avenue in Chicago, increasing total patient care locations to ten.

Dr. Chris Albanis, founding CEO of Ocular, said: “Through this most challenging year, I am proud that our team continues to work together to take outstanding clinical and surgical care of patients in need. These partnerships were made possible through the hard work of many people on the team. Our passion remains helping to restore or preserve the gift of sight. We are excited to offer care in one of our convenient locations and establish a smooth integration for existing and new patients.”

If you are interested in learning more about partnership opportunities with Ocular Partners, contact Dr. Albanis at [email protected].




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