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R. Bryan Boozer, O.D.

Dr. Bryan Boozer received his undergraduate degree from Jacksonville State University. In 1983, he earned his doctor of optometry degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham from which he graduated with honors. He is a member of the American Optometric Association. Dr. Boozer is active in his church and the Cullman Lions Club. His interests include sports, particularly golf and spending time with his family. He lives in Cullman with his wife, Teresa, and their children, Shannon, Shelley, and Spencer.

 

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Paula C. Robinson, OD

Boozer Eyecare is pleased to welcome Dr. Paula C. Robinson. Dr. Robinson specializes in Primary Care Optometry. She is focused on patient centered care and is currently taking new patients. Dr. Robinson earned her bachelor’s degree from University of Mississippi. She earned her doctorate in optometry at UAB School of Optometry. Her professional qualifications are the National Optometric Association, and the Alabama Optometric Association. Dr. Robinson is married to Joshua Robinson, DMD, MSD and mother to Sadie & Sophie Robinson. She has happily resided in Cullman for 9 years. Dr. Robinson is very energetic, positive and outgoing. This addition of Dr. Robinson is exciting to us, as it allows us to better serve our patients with our motto “Advanced methods, Personalized service, and Unsurpassed care”.

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