<P>&nbsp;</P> <P align=justify><STRONG>The eye consultation center Point Vision will open in mid-October in Lyon</STRONG>, inside the Natecia clinic on Rockefeller Avenue. It will be Ophta Point Vision&#8217;s second center for <A title="" href="https://www.aderly.com/partenaires_talents/index,p,209,EN.jsp" target=_blank>eye consultations</A>, the first having opened in Paris in early 2012. The company plans to open 72 centers throughout France, in densely populated areas.</P> <P align=justify><BR>Their offer includes <STRONG>organizing an appointment and providing complete results within 48 hours</STRONG> and within health care reimbursement limits, in a sector where obtaining an appointment most often means waiting between six months and one year. Point Vision&#8217;s model relies on hiring retired <STRONG>ophthamologists</STRONG> on a part-time basis, and delegating tasks to <STRONG>orthoptists </STRONG>(eye &#8220;physiotherapists&#8221;) and <STRONG>secretaries</STRONG> for administrative work. The Lyon center will employ three opthamologists, three orthoptists and three secretaries.<BR></P>