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Eye care providers to merge, move into large new facility

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Several central Illinois eye doctors are banding together to create a single center for eye care. 

The new 27,000 square foot facility will be located at the corner of Airport Road and Cornelius Drive, just south of Central Catholic High School. The goal is to break ground and open the new building before the end of 2019, the group said in a press release.

“Together, we combine our talents to offer our patients the personalized and quality care they have come to expect from our practices,” said Dr. David Landess, “but now they will have the convenience of having all their routine care or specialized care in one modern, state of the art eye care facility."

Involved in the merger are Dr. Daniel Brownstone MD, Dr. Catharine Crockett MD, Dr. Scott Pinter MD, and  Dr. Kathy Vize OD of Eye Surgical Associates in Bloomington; Dr. Jeffrey Huettemann OD, David Landess OD, and Dr. Jason Dunn OD of McLean County Eye Center in Normal; Dr. Eric Norell OD, Dr. Michelle Willenbring OD, and Dr. Tom Mahaffey OD of Central Illinois Eye Care in Normal; Dr. Wilson Movic OD and Dr. John Coulliard OD of Eyecare Associates in Bloomington; and Specs Around Town, owned by Julie Kubsch.

Drs. Brownstone, Crockett, Huettemann, Landess, Pinter, Norell, and Dunn will co-own the business. 

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