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Ohio Eye Associates Opens Bucyrus Office

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 10/10/2013

Mansfield-based Ohio Eye Associates opened its second satellite office Thursday, at 129 South Walnut Street in Bucyrus. Doctor Sarah Nigh-Bruner has moved into the former Peoples Savings and Loan building, which sat vacant for a number of years. Now, she's ready to see patients for their optometry needs, and refer them to the South Trimble Road main office for surgery, if necessary. Bruner says the satellite offices in Mount Gilead and Bucyrus allow Ohio Eye Associates to bring its services to more patients. Ohio Eye Associates has elevens doctors, with five optometrists and six surgeons; and offers cataract, LASIK, cornea, and glaucoma surgeries.

   
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