Location Spotlight: Moultrie Office

February 12th, 2019

This month we’re focusing on the newest of our South Georgia/North Florida Eye Partners locations, our Moultrie office!  The Moultrie-based office joined Eye Partners in 2017 with the addition of Dr. Ricky Rowe and Dr. Lauren Rowe, a father-daughter optometry team. […]


Why are Annual Eye Exams So Important?

January 23rd, 2019

Regardless of your age or physical health, it’s important to have regular eye exams. South Georgia/North Florida Eye Partners provides vision care for the entire family – toddlers to seniors. During a complete eye exam, your eye doctor will not […]


January is National Eye Care Month – Start the New Year Off With an Eye Exam

January 2nd, 2019

With January being the start of a new year – and also being named National Eye Care Month – this is the perfect time to start taking care of your eyes or keep up that important annual regimen of making […]


Visit our Optical Shops for the perfect stocking stuffers!

December 11th, 2018

We can think of few better stocking stuffers than a brand new pair of designer sunglasses – and we have just the place for all you Santas out there to find them!  South Georgia/ North Florida Eye Partners has Optical […]


Dr. Jodie Norman to Begin Seeing Patients in Valdosta December 3rd

November 16th, 2018

We are excited to announce Dr. Jodie Norman, one of South Georgia/ North Florida’s outstanding optometrists, will begin seeing patients again in Valdosta starting December 3rd. Dr. Norman holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Valdosta State University and graduated […]


iLASIK Surgery – “It changed everything.”

October 29th, 2018

 Imagine no longer needing your contacts or glasses.  Wouldn’t that change your life?  It certainly changed Michael Wise’s.  South Georgia / North Florida Eye Partners offers the latest iLASIK technology, and our physicians are top-notch. Michael’s experience is a great example […]


SGNF’s Low Vision Clinic – Here to Help

October 15th, 2018

Low vision is a loss of eyesight that makes everyday tasks such as reading, writing, watching TV, driving a car or recognizing faces, difficult to accomplish. Therefore, when vision cannot be improved with regular eyeglasses, medicine or surgery, people with low vision need help learning how to make the most of their remaining sight and keep their independence.


Office Closures Notice – October 11th & 12th

October 11th, 2018

Office Closures: The following offices are closed today, Thursday, October 11th: Moultrie, Tifton & Douglas. Valdosta and Madison offices are open today and seeing patients. All South Georgia/North Florida Eye Partners offices are closed tomorrow, Friday, October 12th for a […]


Why Eye Exams are Important – At Any Age

October 4th, 2018

Despite your age or health, annual comprehensive eye exams can help to detect any eye problems at their earliest stages – when they’re most treatable. South Georgia/North Florida Eye Partners is a big believer in early detection and early treatment […]


Kids’ Eye Exams: More Important Than You Might Think!

September 25th, 2018

Vision and learning are inherently linked.  If a child can’t see well, chances for success in the classroom are greatly diminished.  Optometrists advocate professional eye exams to help catch any vision issues early. Comprehensive eye exams check several components of […]