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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, N.J.— Prism Vision Group, a leading vertically integrated eyecare services organization in the Mid-Atlantic region, has moved its corporate headquarters from Union, N.J., to 420 Mountain Avenue in Berkeley Heights, N.J. Prism Vision Group, an independent ophthalmology administrative services organization, was formed in 2008 and operates across the Mid-Atlantic region with one of the largest networks of retinal care providers in the U.S. The firm is a physician-led organization with a mission to support ophthalmology practices in providing patients with world-class, comprehensive eyecare and an unrivaled practice environment.

"Our Union location served us well over the past two years, but our company has more than quadrupled in size, so we needed to find a larger location to accommodate our team,” Steven Madreperla, MD, PhD, president and chief executive officer of Prism Vision, said in a recent announcement. "We are excited, as this move represents a milestone for us as a company and will allow us to continue our growth trajectory.”

Shown at the ribbon-cutting for the new offices are (from left) Jennifer Nelson, project manager, Prism Vision Group; Stuart Noorily, MD, chief medical officer, Prism Vision Group; Angie Devanney, mayor of Berkeley Heights; Steven Madreperla, MD, PhD, president and chief executive, Prism Vision Group; Al Morgan, mayor of New Providence; and Brian Natale, CPP, VP operations and security, Prism Vision Group.

Following a deal with The Retina Group of Washington, which was announced in July, Prism has more than 120 providers, at nearly 70 locations across New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia. It is financially backed by Quad-C, a Charlottesville, Va.-based middle market private equity firm.

The new office is located in a four-story corporate center in the popular Interstate 78 Corridor area of northern New Jersey. Prism Vision Group will occupy the 36,000-square-foot space of the building's fourth floor. Highlights of the space include 123 workstations, 30 offices, five conference rooms, two dedicated training rooms and three collaboration areas.

"Not only are we happy to welcome Prism Vision Group, a dynamic, innovative and community-oriented organization to our area, but we are also looking forward to having more business brought to our nearby downtown areas through its presence in our community,” Angie Devanney, mayor of Berkeley Heights, said in the announcement.