Message To Our Patients: Starting Monday March 23rd at 8am until... Due to recent CDC recommendations related to the corona virus our office is temporarily closed for routine vision care. Staff will be available to answer your questions by phone, but our doors will be closed. If you have glasses or contacts needing to be picked up please call our office at 901-840-3937 and we will make arrangements. We very much appreciate you as a patient and will continue to serve you as best we can during this difficult time.
Call or send us an email today! Our staff will respond as soon as possible.
Our patient forms are available online and can be completed in the privacy of your own home or office.
We strive to provide complete care for our patients. Learn more about all the services we provide.
Our office is restarting patient care on a limited basis. COVID-19 will cause many changes in how we conduct our business and manage our office with the health and safety of our patients and staff foremost in our thoughts.
Some of the temporary changes we are making to better serve you:
We appreciate your patience in this difficult time and will do our best to meet your needs.
Our team of experts is here to make your experience high-quality so that you receive the best service in Atoka.
Our staff is trained in the most up-to-date techniques and procedures to care for our our our patients.
We've invested in the newest equipment to deliver the best results.
We pride ourselves on being friendly with our patients, whether you've been with us for years or are brand new.
No two patients are alike. We focus on each individual care needs.
Dr. McMillian is a board certified optometrist through the American Board of Optometry. Dr. McMillian attended the prestigious Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee under the U.S. Army's Health Professions Scholarship Program. He graduated in 1994 and went on to serve four years of active duty in the U.S., Germany, and Bosnia. Upon completion of his military service, Dr.McMillian entered private practice in West Tennessee.
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