Unified Vision Partners Buys Insight Vision Group

Brown Gibbons Lang & Company announced the sale of Insight Vision Group to Unifeye Vision Partners, a portfolio company of Waud Capital.

BGL’s Healthcare investment banking team served as the financial advisor to Insight Vision Group. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Insight Vision Group manages 10 clinics and two multi-specialty ASCs throughout Southern California and the Central Coast. Insight was formed through the merger of Los Angeles-based DLV Vision (formerly Dougherty Laser Vision) and San Luis Obispo-based ADV Vision, and was founded in 1996 by Dr. Paul J. Dougherty, a refractive and cataract surgeon. 

Based in Dallas, Unifeye maintains a network of 123 providers, 44 clinic locations, and 13 ambulatory surgery centers, The company provides management and support services to a nationwide network of ophthalmology and optometry practices, as well as single-specialty eye surgery centers. Read more.

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