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Dr’s. Matsunami and Nakatsu Become Diplomats in the American Board of Optometry

Dr’s Matsunami and Nakatsu took and passed their examinations in 2015 to become Diplomats in the American Board of Optometry.  American Board of Optometry (ABO) board certification is a process that allows doctors of optometry to demonstrate that they exceed entry level requirements and are maintaining the appropriate knowledge, skills and experience to deliver quality eye care. The American Board of Optometry was created in 2009 to provide optometrists with a voluntary pathway to earn a meaningful Board Certification credential.