Florida: Governor Ron DeSantis Appoints Two to the Board of Optometry
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. ~ In a recent announcement, Governor Ron DeSantis has appointed Dr. Bryan Stam and reappointed Dr. Denise Burns-LeGros to the Board of Optometry in Florida.

Dr. Stam, a resident of Ponte Vedra Beach, brings a wealth of experience to the board as an Optometrist at Couzens, Stam, and Domingo, P.A. He has previously served as the President of the Florida Optometric Association and was honored with the prestigious "Optometrist of the Year" Award in 2023 by the same association. Dr. Stam holds a bachelor's degree in biology from Florida State University and a doctorate of optometry from Nova Southeastern University.

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Joining him on the board is Dr. Denise Burns-LeGros from Indialantic. She currently practices at Brevard Vision Care and is actively involved in her community as the Education Chair of the Brevard Optometric Association. Dr. Burns-LeGros also has previous experience serving as President of the Florida Optometric Association. She holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Central Florida and a doctorate of optometry from Nova Southeastern University.

These appointments are still subject to confirmation by the Florida Senate before they can officially join the Board of Optometry. Both doctors bring valuable expertise and knowledge to their roles and are expected to make significant contributions to promoting quality eye care in Florida.

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