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Dr. Nicolette Scott

Dr. Nicolette Scott

Dr. Nicolette Scott graduated from The Ohio State University College of Optometry in 2001 and founded Broad View Eye Center in November, 2002. Dr. Scott enjoys practicing all aspects of optometry – but has a very special interest in pediatrics. She received her fellowship from the College of Optometrists in Vision Development to further her passion and knowledge of pediatric and binocular vision. Dr. Scott is great with kids, and was even a teacher for two years prior to going back to school to be an Optometrist. Dr. Scott is an active participant in the PTO at Saint Mary’s School in Berea where her two children, Andy and Libby attend, and is also a board member for the Berea Chamber of Commerce. Her husband, Allen, is a paramedic-firefighter for the city of Berea where he and Nicolette have lived for the past fifteen years. If you can’t find her around Berea, look at IKEA, where she was been known to frequent on a regular basis despite the two hour drive and $20 in tolls.