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Tupelo Eye Clinic

Tupelo Eye Center

Tupelo Eye Clinic offers comprehensive ophthalmic, optometric, medical and surgical eye care services. Routine examinations, fitting of glasses and contact lenses, as well as medical and surgical eye care are provided.

Services include the treatment of eye diseases including glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, retinal diseases, evaluation of ocular involvement in systemic disease, thyroid eye disease, eye lid disease, and the evaluation and treatment of eye and eye lid trauma.

Surgical services include cataract implant surgery, laser surgery of the retina, laser surgery for glaucoma, trauma surgery and reconstructive lid surgery, eye lid tumors and infections.

Special diagnostic procedures available in office include: ultrasonography ( A and B scans) , optical coherence tomography, visual field testing, fluorescein angiography and fundus photography.

Children and adults are seen routinely and, when needed, a Pediatric Ophthalmologist is with us one day each month.

We have grown over the years from our North Mississippi Medical Center campus and now have an additional office in Booneville.

Our doctors and staff have dedicated ourselves to treating our patients in the same way we would want to be treated if we were the patients.

Westminster Clock Tower, Home of Big BenOffice Hours
The office is open from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday.

After Hours Coverage
One of the NMMC ophthalmologists is available and may be reached by calling the hospital switchboard at 377-0000. The ophthalmologist on call will return your call. If the emergency is severe you should proceed directly to the emergency department.

Appointments for routine eye examinations or follow up visits may be made in advance by calling the office. Emergencies and acute eye problems are seen as quickly as possible during office hours without advance appointment.

Consultations / Referrals
Many doctors and agencies refer patients to Tupelo Eye Clinic because of our reputation for quality care.
If you were referred by another doctor for surgery or consultation a written report will be sent to the doctor who referred you.

Contact LensContact Lenses
A full line of contact lenses are available. Dr. Russell specializes in routine and advanced fitting techniques as well as contact lens problems

Low Vision Aids
Some people with poor vision, especially macular degeneration, may benefit from low visual aids. These aids can be as simple as a hand held magnifier, or as advanced as a page scanner that is attached to your television. Dr. Russell can spend the time it takes to see which is best for you and help you learn how to use it.

E-Scripts (Electronic Transmission Via Secure Internet)
Prescriptions for medications are now routinely given by e-scripts directly to the pharmacy of your choice. Please notify our staff to which pharmacy you would like to have your prescription sent. Mail order pharmacies may be utilized also by e-script. You may, of course, have a written prescription if you prefer.

Telephone Calls
Patients are encouraged to call the office whenever they have questions about their condition, medications, or treatment. Many questions can be answered by one of the trained medical assistants. If the assistant cannot help you, your question will be referred to your doctor who will return your call as soon as possible.

Cell Phone Policy
Cell phones are an important part of 21 st century life. They can also be disruptive during the course of your visit. As a courtesy to our staff and other patients we ask that you turn off your cell phone at all times during the course of your work up, testing, and examination.

Smoking Policy
Smoking is not permitted in any public building in Tupelo