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Dr. Douglas Wiersma

Dr. Douglas Wiersma

Dr. Doug Wiersma graduated from the University of Dayton in 2008 with his bachelor’s degree in Biology. Immediately following his undergrad graduation, he attended The Ohio State University College of Optometry, graduating cum laude in 2012. Dr. Wiersma enjoys practicing all aspects of primary care optometry with a special interest in ocular disease. As a native Clevelander, he grew up in Westlake and currently calls Bay Village home with his wife Allison and daughter Leah. Dr. Wiersma isn’t just into eye health, but total wellness. He believes in eating clean as much as possible, works out almost daily, is an avid golfer and loves to ski with his family. And like most native Clevelanders, he’s a huge local sports fan and wholeheartedly believes another championship for our city is within reach! He joined Broad View Eye Center in 2015 and became a partner in the practice in 2018.