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Aaron S. Doudna, OD
Dr. Aaron S. Doudna was raised and now resides in Quaker City with his wife and four children. He comes from a family who has served in the healthcare profession for many years. He has four brothers in the Chiropractic profession as well as his father and his late grandfather. He chose Optometry as a career because of his experience at his first eye exam. The satisfaction gained by enhancing the quality of life for someone was appealing as well as the independence the profession affords were factors that influenced his decision.
Outside of the office, Aaron enjoys hunting, camping, and watching his kids play in their various sporting events.
Nicholas M. Taflan II, OD
“Quite simply, I’m an optometrist, and I perform eye examinations. I have been well-educated at THE Ohio State University and graduated with honors in 2013. My approach to optometry is pretty simple: discuss what brought you to see me, figure out if there is anything else that could be a concern, and talk about what to do next. I believe patient education is key to implementing any good treatment plan – so plan to learn a little bit about your eyes while you are here.
Outside of Optometry I am a blessed husband and the father of four amazing kids. My family and I are an active part of the First Church of the Nazarene (a great group of people, by the way). We spend a lot of our family time simply hanging out together – whether on road trips, exploring our new area, tending to our chickens, or hitting up a Goodwill we know how to have a great time!”