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Since her 2013 graduation from the Southern College of Optometry, Kristin Reed, OD, had kept a goal of private practice ownership on her horizon.
These doctors' stories demonstrate how a partnership can work in many ways, evolve over the years and be a great match for many ODs at different points in their careers.
Even before she ever saw the place that would eventually become Jackson Eye, Danielle Jackson, OD, had already committed some of it to paper.
When Megan Sis, OD, MS, FAAO, opened the doors to Pediatric Vision Development Center in Coon Rapids, Minnesota, in May 2019, it was a place to call her own where she could focus on pediatric vision therapy care.
Even as Lyons Family Eye Care expanded its lower level in 2016 for more vision therapy space, Stephanie Lyons, OD, was already thinking about what the next move might be for the business.
Natalie Vu, OD, and her husband Joe Nguyen, OD, always had a goal of practice ownership, but Dr. Vu says that they didn’t originally plan to tackle it so early in their careers.
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