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We Make a Visible Difference

Using state-of-the-art technology, we offer the most advanced testing and treatment options for diseases of the retina, vitreous and macula

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Our Mission

Our primary concern is to generate positive outcomes by delivering high-quality, client-focused care. We collaborate closely with your referring medical provider while remaining available for consultation at any time.

 

Our Services

How can we help?

Southeast Retinta Center is a full service diagnostic and surgical center. Specializing in diseases of the retina, vitreous, and macula, we are constantly investing in the newest technologies to deliver the very best to our patients.

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Medical and surgical procedured used by retina specialists are exacting. Vitreoretinal surgeons work on very delicate tissue in incredibly small spaces of the eye cavity. Microscopes and laser are vital tools used by retina specialists for procedures in both the office and hospital settings. 

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COVID-19 Update

August 5, 2020

We have resumed seeing non-emergent/non-urgent  patients. We will continue taking extraordinary precautions to protect both patients and our staff.  Please know that we are taking extra precautions to clean our exam rooms between patients to insure the health of our patients and staff.

All patients should bring and wear a mask covering their mouth and nose at all times upon entering our office and office building. 

We are asking patients to text 706-650-0061 when they arrive for their appointment.  Patients will wait in their vehicles until they are ready to be seen.  This will provide a safer environment for all our patients. We also ask that patients do not have anyone accompany them into the office.  This will assist us in maintaining a limited number of people in the office at any time. 

In order to protect our patients and staff, we do ask that ANY person that has traveled outside the country in the last 2 weeks, or is sick, or feels that they might be ill with cold symptoms, cough, lung congestion or fever to contact their primary care physician.  If you feel that you might have been exposed to someone who is ill, but you are not experiencing any symptoms, it is best to reschedule if possible. If you have an urgent/emergent problem such as a significant, recent  worsening of your vision, please call our office  so that we can make special arrangements for your care.

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