Next up in our Office Manager Spotlight series is Angie Culler! Angie manages our Douglas location and enjoys the relationships she and her team have built with their patients. “Our patients are really like a second family,” Angie says. “So many laughs, love, and losses have been shared with our tight network of patients.” Angie… Read More
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Delivering the latest advanced eye care technology to our patients is important to the physicians at South Georgia / North Florida Eye Partners. Ophthalmologists, Dr. Scott Petermann and Dr. Wes Ross, specialize in advanced eye surgeries and stay on the cutting edge of technology that results in better care for our patients. Our patients have… Read More
Delivering the latest eye care technology to our patients is important to the physicians at South Georgia / North Florida Eye Partners. We specialize in advanced eye surgeries – such as LASIK surgery and laser-assisted cataract surgery – and stay on the cutting edge of technology that results in better eye care for our patients…. Read More
November is Diabetic Awareness Month! We probably all have our own reaction to this disease and know at least something about its effects – it is a disease that affects the body’s ability to produce or use insulin effectively to control blood sugar (glucose) levels. But did you know that diabetes also can have devastating… Read More
A Trifocal Lens Option for Cataract Patients Many patients come to our office with concerns of blurry or cloudy vision. Our Optometrists and Ophthalmologists perform thorough exams, many leading to patients diagnosed with cataracts. Our surgical team at South Georgia / North Florida Eye Partners will educate patients on all of their options from surgical… Read More
Have you ever experienced your glasses or sunglasses fog up after stepping outside of a really cold building or after getting out of your vehicle on a hot, summer day? Imagine looking through permanently foggy glasses. Some of you may be experiencing now… if you have cataracts. As we age, cataracts are caused when the… Read More
Whether you prefer glasses or contacts, there are specific things you need to do to take care of them. Unlike glasses, contacts sit directly on your eye, which can expose your eyes to germs and bacteria if you do not properly care for your contacts. Here are a few tips from the American Association of… Read More
South Georgia / North Florida Eye Partners performs advanced eye surgeries, such as LASIK surgery and laser-assisted cataract surgery, at our on-site outpatient surgery center in Valdosta. The Cataract and Laser Surgery Center of South Georgia offers the latest advancements in surgical eye care procedures and technology for our patients in a state-of-the-art facility. Most… Read More
With school starting back, our physicians anticipate an increasing number of patients with conjunctivitis, otherwise known as “pink eye.” South Georgia Eye Partners wants families, teachers and day care workers to be informed and learn to recognize the symptoms in order to avoid contracting the infection or spreading it to others.
May is Healthy Vision Month, and therefore, it’s the perfect time to schedule a comprehensive eye exam to make sure you are seeing your best. Don’t wait until there’s a problem to start paying attention to your eye health. Many common eye diseases that can lead to vision loss and blindness, such as diabetic eye disease, glaucoma or age-related macular degeneration (AMD), often have no early warning signs or symptoms. Therefore, it’s important to be proactive when it comes to your vision.