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Dr. Kenneth Lameier

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Kenneth A. Lameier, O.D. graduated from Dixie Heights High School in 1986 after attending St. Pius Elementary School in Edgewood, Ky.  He earned his Bachelors degree from Thomas More College in 1990 and his Doctorate of Optometry from the University of Alabama at Birmingham where he graduated Cum Laude in 1995.  While at UAB he participated in clinical research and was a member of the Beta Sigma Kappa Honors Fraternity.  He completed his Externship and Residency in Ocular Disease at the Cincinnati Eye Institute through the Ohio State University School of Optometry.  He is certified by the Board of Optometric Examiners in the Treatment and Management of Ocular Disease.  Dr. Lameier is a member of the American Optomertric Association and the Kentucky Optometric Association.

Additionally, Dr. Lameier has been practicing at Cincinnati Eye Institute Retinal Service since 1996.  Dr. Lameier lives in Northen Kentucky with his wife Jamie, daughter Noelle, and son Brennan.

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Per CDC recommendations and to prevent the spread of coronavirus, we are no longer seeing routine eye exams. We will be available by appointment only for urgent vision or medical eye visits. Please leave a message on our voice mail at 859-635-0948 or contact us by the email link on the home page if you need an appointment or a copy or extension of your glasses/contact lens Rx, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. IF YOU ARE HAVING AN URGENT PROBLEM, PLEASE USE THE EMAIL LINK FOR A QUICKER RESPONSE. Leave your phone number AND email address please.

-We are disinfecting exam rooms and equipment thoroughly in between patients, and cleaning the waiting room as frequently as possible.

-We ask that you do not come in if you are showing any signs of illness, or have been exposed to coronavirus in the last two weeks.

-We ask that you not bring extra (non-essential) people with you to your appointment.