Celebrating National Health Centers Week

The Cincinnati Eye Institute and The Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation are proud to be a key part of the public and private partnership that came together to form the OneSight Vision Center at Oyler School, the first self-sustaining school-based vision center. Now, the center sees more than 4,000 patients a year.

As America’s health centers are celebrated during National Health Centers Week from August 13-19, 2017, here’s a look at the impact the vision center has on local children and their families.

Oyler OneSight Vision Center
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Students See a Bright Future

One out of 4 children have an undiagnosed vision disorder. The CDC has labled vision deficits the number one disorder affecting children in the United States. In Cincinnati, a group of leaders from the private and public sectors came together to create an innovative model for vision care at Oyler School.

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