Children’s Eye Exams – More Important than You Might Think!

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 eye health: visual acuity, ability to focus, eye teaming skills, eye structure health, and eye… Read More


Doctor Spotlight: Dr. Eric Kolisz

Welcome to our Doctor Spotlight!  South Georgia/North Florida Eye Partners is excited to tell you more about each of our great physicians…they’re all amazing doctors and even better people.  We are kicking it off with Dr. Eric Kolisz.  Dr. Kolisz is originally from Hammond, Indiana and is both a college and NFL football fan. He and his… Read More


Dr. Alan Peaslee Recognized for 35 Years of Military Service

South Georgia Eye Partners’ Dr. Alan Peaslee was recently recognized for his nearly 35 years of military service, and is officially retiring from his position as Medical Operations Officer for the 201st Homeland Response Force (HRF) under the Georgia National Guard.  Lieutenant Colonel Peaslee began his military career in 1984 in the Army Reserve Officer Training… Read More


June: Cataract Awareness Month

June is Cataract Awareness Month, and South Georgia Eye Partners is committed to keeping our patients educated about early detection, treatment and available corrective surgeries.  Most people over 65 have some degree of cataract development. A cataract is the gradual clouding of the natural lens that is inside your eye.  In order for the eye… Read More


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