At Eye Center of New Albany we provide comprehensive modern eye care as well as stylish affordable eyeglasses and contact lenses for all ages in a friendly and relaxed environment.
Precise vision can often be the difference between success or failure and sometimes even life or death. At Eye Center of New Albany we understand the importance of your sight and will make every effort to help you maintain the best vision possible.
Our clinic is able to provide all levels of eye care ranging from fitting contact lenses to monitoring and treatment of conditions such as cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic eye disease, and macular degeneration.
Our optical provides stylish and durable eyewear as well as the most technologically advanced lenses at an affordable price for the entire family. We also provide a wide variety of contact lenses including colors, multifocals, and lenses for astigmatism.
Our doctors utilize the latest in technology to detect the beginning stages of eye disease in order to provide early intervention to limit or prevent vision loss.
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Yes as well as several others. Please call our office to inquire about other vision and medical plans that we accept.
We have a large variety of trial contact lenses in stock that we generally provide to each patient after a contact lens fitting. In the rare event we do not have your prescription in stock we will do our best to provide a temporary alternative.
Yes. It is critically important that medical providers share information about patient care, especially with patients who are diabetic or taking certain medications that may affect the eyes. After signing a records release, we promptly will send a report to your doctor.
Yes but only if there is a medical issue present such as cataracts, dry eye, allergies, diabetes, glaucoma, or other eye problems beyond just needing glasses. However you may be responsible for the part of the exam called the refraction (the determination of your eyeglass prescription) as it is generally not covered by most health plans.
Dr. Ware received his doctorate from Southern College of Optometry in 1997 and a 1993 graduate of Mississippi State University where he received a BS degree in microbiology. Dr. Ware has been providing eye care in his home state of Mississippi since 1997, is married to Lily, his wife of 27 years, and has two daughters.
Dr. Norwood-Tate is a 2009 graduate of Southern College of Optometry and a 2005 graduate of Mississippi State University where she obtained a BS degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Dr. Norwood-Tate is a native of the New Albany area, is married to her husband Josh Tate, and when not in the office is kept busy raising three boys.
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402 Doctors Drive, New Albany, Mississippi 38652
Monday - Thursday: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Friday: 8:30am - 3:00pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed