We offer a full range of eye health services to clients of all ages - all with personalized attention and a smile. In our eye care office, every patient is treated warmly. Individualized attention is the foundation of our care, to ensure that your eyes remain healthy. We're dedicated to optimizing your vision!
Dr. Rachel Bostelman is a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Optometry and is excited to provide exceptional eye care for Henry County and the surrounding area. Dr. Bostelman began practicing optometry in 2007, joining her father Dr. Robert Limbird, who retired after 40 years in the field. She enjoyed 10 years working alongside him and was able to learn from him and expand upon his high quality of patient care. Dr. Bostelman enjoys eye care for all ages, including infant and pediatric eye exams. She also is very successful at fitting bifocal contact lenses and maximizing her patients’ vision with the newest technology available.
Dr. Bostelman, and her husband, Brian, are happy to be living in the Napoleon area where they both grew up. They have two children, Meredith and Grant, that are the excitement and joy of their lives.
Dr. Bostelman also enjoys being active with their church, Napoleon Lions Club, the United Way of Henry County, and being involved with the Napoleon Triathlon. She enjoys watching her kids participate in sports and 4-H and competing in triathlons. Vision and eye health are complicated and wonderful miracles we all have to use. Dr. Bostelman takes great pride in providing comprehensive care of that system for all her patients for their lifetime of eye care needs.
Dr. Elizabeth Bower was born and raised in Henry County. She graduated from Patrick Henry High School and then went onto The Ohio State University to earn her Bachelor of Science in 2013 and her Doctorate of Optometry in 2017. While in Optometry school, Dr. Bower was the president of her class and was highly involved with various organizations within the college.
Dr. Bower takes pride in caring for patients of all ages, but especially in pediatrics, and focusing on how the eyes work together (which is called binocular vision). She especially enjoys being able to help school-aged children improve their eye teaming and reading ability through what is called Vision Therapy. She also enjoys fitting contact lenses and keeping her patients happy and comfortable for as long as they desire to wear them. Dr. Bower enjoys going into area classrooms to teach kids about their eyes through a program called RealEyes.
Dr. Bower was happy to move back to her hometown after graduation and currently resides near Malinta with her husband, Austin, son, Novak, and daughter, Nora. They enjoy spending time with their dog, Archie, going boating, and spending time with their friends and family. She is also very active with St. Paul’s Catholic Church in Hamler and Napoleon Lions Club.