We are pleased to announce that we will begin reopening our practice to non-urgent cases in select locations starting on Monday, May 4th. We are overjoyed to have the opportunity to provide quality patient care and we place the highest priority on protecting our staff and patients. Substantial efforts have been put forth by our team to prevent the spread of infection- both routinely and added processes since the coronavirus emerged. These additions include but are not limited to:

  • We have implemented enhanced sanitizing and disinfecting protocols.
  • We will ask you pre-screening questions for COVID-19 symptoms and exposure prior to setting and confirming your appointment.
  • We are limiting appointment availability to ensure social distancing can be maintained.
  • Our check-in process has been altered to avoid patient congregation at the front desk or waiting area.
  • Our staff will wear personal protective equipment (PPE) such as masks and gloves.
  • We will limit office entry to patients only, unless in the case where special assistance is needed, then one caregiver may accompany the patient.
  • Our entire staff has received enhanced training on our new protocols.

As a reminder, during this time of social distancing, we have a reduced volume of in-person visits, and encourage our patients to take advantage of our telemedicine services as an alternative when clinically possible. We are greatly appreciative for the flexibility and understanding of our community during this complicated time.

We will continue to monitor the situation with the hope of resuming our regular office schedule as soon as possible.

Welcome, and thank you for visiting Eye Health Partners & VisionAmerica!

At Eye Health Partners & VisionAmerica we are dedicated to enhancing and preserving our patients’ most precious sense of sight.  We take pride in caring for our patients’ vision by combining state of the art technology with the most experienced surgeons.  Treatments are based on the unique needs of each patient and are delivered with compassion and respect.

Our Commitment

Outstanding patient care – that is the goal of the doctors and staff at Eye Health Partners & VisionAmerica. We believe that comprehensive, quality eye care is best delivered to our patients through the cooperation of optometrists and ophthalmologists. At our multi-specialty centers, patients come in contact with some of the nation’s leading ophthalmologists in the specialized fields of refractive surgery (such as LASIK and PRK), cataract treatment, vitreoretinal care,  glaucoma management, pediatric ophthalmology, strabismus treatment, and oculoplastic procedures.

Our Mission

Since the inception of VisionAmerica in 1989, our mission has remained unchanged. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality eye care available while advocating the cooperative efforts of optometry and ophthalmology through clinical care, education, and research.

Selecting an Eye Surgeon

Undergoing any surgical procedure can be stressful, especially if it involves something as precious as eyesight. When choosing a surgeon, it is important to choose someone with superior knowledge and experience. Most often, the best source for choosing a surgeon is the family eye doctor. They can explain their experience with different surgeons and provide knowledgeable recommendations to assist with this very important decision.

Having served Alabama and Middle Tennessee since 1989, Eye Health Partners & Vision America have built our reputation as centers for excellence. As such, our specialists consult with and serve the patients of more than 700 optometrists and over 100 medical physicians, who trust our commitment to provide the best possible care for their patient.

Co-Management

Optometrists, who serve as family eye doctors, perform routine eye exams and treat many diseases of the eye. However, when surgical intervention is required, patients are referred to an ophthalmologist who specializes in the surgery required. Our highly trained specialists do not provide routine eye care, which the patient will still need, so they are then referred back to their family eye doctor.   This joint sharing of patient care is known as co-management. Co-management combines both the skill and knowledge of both doctors to provide the best medical care possible. Successful co-management of Eye Health Partners & VisionAmerica with optometrists comes from a relationship built on mutual trust and respect that is developed through shared learning, constant communication, and a commitment to providing outstanding patient care.