Ronald J. Mannarino, O.D.

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Comprehensive Eye Care

Get to Know Dr. Mannarino

Ronald Mannarino Jr. grew up in Mingo Junction, Ohio, with his parents and younger brother. He completed his undergraduate degree at The Ohio State University earning a Bachelors of Science Degree in Biology and a minor in Sociology. Continuing his education at Indiana University, Bloomington, he earned his Doctorate of Optometry degree . While studying at Indiana University he completed externships in Indiana, Florida, and Maryland. After returning to Ohio, Dr. Mannarino joined COA where he provides full scale optometric care, including examinations for glasses, contact lenses, management of systemic and ocular disorders, and post-surgical care.

Dr. Mannarino lives in Lewis Center, Ohio, where he enjoys staying active by playing basketball, tennis, football, hiking, and cheering on all things Buckeyes.

Last Updated:

  • Education and Training

Last Updated:

Education and Training
  • Bachelor’s of Science in Biology, Minor in Sociology
    The Ohio State University
  • Medical Degree
    Indiana University

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