We extend an invitation to any Ohio optometrist to become a member of the Ohio Optometric Association (OOA).

Members of organized optometry are eligible for numerous benefits and resources that contribute to your personal, professional, and economic objectives. From access to professional staff at the OOA and the American Optometric Association to camaraderie at the local level, your optometric associations are a vital resource for eye and vision healthcare professionals throughout Ohio. 


Membership Dues equate to about $157 a month, or about the cost of a contact lens exam. Click here for current membership year dues information.

Please call (614-781-0708) or email the OOA with any questions.

 

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 2020 OOA Member Application


Complete the membership application on-line or send the form to the Ohio Optometric Association.

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 6036
Worthington, Ohio 43085
Fax (614) 781-6521
Phone (614) 781-0708     


Statement of the Code of Ethics of the Ohio Optometric Association

It is the expected duty of the members of the Ohio Optometric Association to abide by the prescribed Code of Ethics adopted by the OOA House of Delegates November 1-2, 2002:

  1. To practice the art and science of optometry faithfully and conscientiously, and to the fullest scope of the most current standards of care and competency of the honorable profession of optometry.

  2. To uphold and promote by example and action the highest standards, ethics, and ideals of our chosen profession.

  3. To provide professional care for those who seek our services with concern, compassion, and due regard for their human rights, dignity, and privacy, without discrimination or financial consideration.

  4. To place the needs of the patient above all else in order to better care for their visual performance and comfort as well as their ocular and systemic health with any and all means of restoring, maintaining, or enhancing their visual and general welfare.

  5. To maintain unselfish relationships with other members of the optometric profession as well as other disciplines for the benefit of our patients and the advancement of human knowledge and welfare.

  6. To hold all patient information with highest confidentiality and privacy.

  7. To serve our communities, country, and humankind as exemplary citizens in all aspects.