New Office for the Animal Eye Institute of Northern Kentucky
FLORENCE, Ken., January 22, 2020 (Newswire.com) - The Animal Eye Institute is excited to announce the acquisition of a larger facility in Florence, Kentucky to service Northern Kentucky clientele, patients, and referring veterinarians. The Animal Eye Institute’s new facility is located approximately two miles from their previous facility on Dixie Highway. The new facility effectively triples their current space and will serve as their center for retinal reattachment surgery. The acquisition and expansion will propel them forward to become the first retinal reattachment surgery center in the Midwest supporting the surrounding states and becoming one of less than ten facilities in the country offering retinal reattachment surgery. The Animal Eye Institute will be offering consultations in their new facility starting Jan. 27, 2020. The new address is as follows:
The Animal Eye Institute of Northern Kentucky
6907 Burlington Pike
Florence, KY, 41042
The Animal Eye Institute will no longer be seeing cases in the original address on Dixie Highway. They will continue to see cases on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays in their new facility and they always have immediate availability for your loved one.
The Animal Eye Institute remains leaders in veterinary ophthalmology in Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio as well as Northern Kentucky. They are comprised of board-certified veterinary ophthalmologists DJ Haeussler, Jr. and Ron Spatola as well as two American Board of Veterinary Ophthalmologists residents, Christina Korb and Jamie Lembo. They continue to offer consultations and surgeries on any animal with an ophthalmic abnormality.
They will continue to see cases in their Cincinnati location, Dayton location, as well as continue to provide farm calls for equine patients. They also offer Saturday appointments in their Cincinnati location and Dayton location. The Animal Eye Institute is happy to report that they have a board-certified ophthalmologist in their offices Monday-Saturday and they are on call 7 days per week.
Source: Animal Eye Institute