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Welcome to Tennessee Retina

Tennessee Retina is Middle Tennessee’s largest and most established retina practice. Our premier team of board certified, fellowship trained ophthalmologists is dedicated to the surgical and medical treatment of diseases associated with the retina, macula and vitreous. We are committed to providing state-of-the-art care to all of our patients in a warm and caring environment. Our physicians are active in local, national, and international ophthalmologic and vitreoretinal professional societies and are dedicated to continued improvement in the services we provide for our patients and referring doctors.

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Our Physicians

Tennessee Retina physicians are dedicated to providing each patient with compassionate, state-of-the-art care in a patient-friendly environment. Our experienced physicians have completed their training in the most prestigious ophthalmology and retina training programs in the world.

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News & Announcements

Crossville Relocation

Have you heard the news? Tennessee Retina is excited to announce the relocation of our Crossville office to 39 Lantana Road. We will start seeing patients here on Friday, January 24th.  We are proud to continue serving the patients of Crossville and...

2020, The Year of Excellent Vision

Tennessee Retina is gearing up for 2020 by ensuring that everyone has access to the tools and information necessary to make eye health a "focus" throughout the year.  Healthy eyes are important, but are often overlooked as a part of overall health....

Diabetic Eye Disease Month

You may know that November is Diabetes Awareness Month, but did you know that November is also Diabetic Eye Disease Month? People with diabetes can also develop an eye disease called diabetic retinopathy. This is a complication of diabetes that is caused...