CooperVision Unveils 2019 Best Practices Honorees
New Class of Honorees Recognized for Innovation, Leadership, and Success in Optometry
PLEASANTON, Calif., March 21, 2019 — Following a nationwide search for eye care practices that elevate the profession through innovation, industry leadership, and patient experience, CooperVision, Inc. has named Global Complex Eye Care to its growing group of exceptional optometry practices—they are the 2019 Best Practices honorees.
Now in its fourth year, CooperVision’s Best Practices program recognizes and celebrates practices in the U.S. that go above and beyond to find ways to differentiate themselves and deliver extraordinary care to their patients, even in the face of increasing competition.
“Best Practices is one of the many ways CooperVision partners with eye care professionals,” said Michele Andrews, OD, Senior Director of Professional and Academic Affairs, North America, CooperVision. “Year after year, we continue to be captivated by so many optometry practices. From what motivated the honorees to open their doors to the patient lives they have since impacted, from the challenges they have faced to the risks they have taken to overcome them—it is endlessly rewarding to hear their stories, and partner with these practices to share them more broadly. It is our hope that their varied experiences can help inspire other eye care professionals to perhaps try a new approach, implement meaningful changes, and find even greater success in their own practices. Congratulations to our 2019 Best Practices honorees.”
Low Vision Specialists of Maryland & Virginia is proud to be a part of the Global Complex Eye Care family.
L-R Stephen Azman, Stephanie Graves, Joann Wilhelm, Dr. Benjamin Azman, O.D., Dr. Thomas Azman, O.D., Dr. Irwin Azman, O.D., Bari Azman, Nicole Ellingsworth, Barbara Doris