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CooperVision 2023 Best Practices Announced

CooperVision has announced its 2023 Best Practices honorees, as well as their 2023 Best Practices Scholarship recipients. ​

(l-r: Dr. Janet Monaco Wilson, Dr. Rachel Tanner)
Bella Vision – Spartansburg, South Carolina

Janet Monaco Wilson, OD, FCOVD, and Rachel Tanner, OD, MPH, FAAO

Belle Vue Specialty Eye Care – Hattiesburg, Mississippi

(2nd from left) Megan Sumrall Lott, OD, FCOVD, and W.C. Maples, OD, FCOVD (at right)

The Chicago Lighthouse – Chicago, Illinois

Kelly Scherer, OD, and Kara Crumbliss, OD

City of Vision Eye Care – Rio Rancho, New Mexico

Tracy Ho, OD

Clarity Vision Apex – Apex, North Carolina

David Holler, OD

Cornea & Contact Lens Institute of Minnesota – Edina, Minnesota

Zachary Holland, OD

Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center, P.C. – Greenwood Village, Colorado

Lynn Hellerstein, OD, FCOVD, FAAO, 2nd from left; and Tricia Brenner, OD, at right, co-founded the practice.

National Vision – Independence, Mississippi

DeAmbra Boucher, OD

South Bay Family Eye – Long Beach, California

Robert Clark, OD

Truevision Eye Care – Morrisville, North Carolina

(l-r): Alecia Barnes, OD; Brandon Weyand, OD; and Jennifer Lyerly, OD


CooperVision 2023 Best Practices Scholarship recipients
Emily Benson, The Ohio State University College of Optometry
Makayla Harr, University of Pikeville Kentucky College of Optometry
Susmitha Narisetty, Michigan College of Optometry at Ferris State University


CooperVision’s Best Practices℠ Program celebrates eye care professionals that are elevating the industry through their excellence in patient care, business development, and community support. This prestigious group has demonstrated the highest level of commitment to achieving this excellence and are providing valuable insights to help other practices grow.

Congratulations to all the winners! To view past honorees, click here. 

To view other news from WO, click here. 



Featured photo credit: sukanya sitthikongsak, Getty Images

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