Optometrist Karla Thomason Joins Gainesville Eye Associates
Dr. Karla Reece Thomason has joined Gainesville Eye Associates as an Optometrist.
Thomason, a Dawsonville native, will serve patients at the Gainesville Eye Associates office on Beverly Drive in Gainesville.
Thomason, who is licensed by the Georgia Board of Optometry in ocular therapeutics, is a member of the Georgia Optometric Association, the American Optometric Association, American Academy of Optometry, and the Fellowship of Christian Optometrists.
Thomason earned her doctorate of optometry from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of North Georgia with a degree in biology.
In optometry school, Thomason was active in student associations and the community. She was President of Beta Sigma Kappa Optometric Honor Society and Treasurer of American Optometric Student Association. She participated in a medical mission trip to an underserved area in Costa Rica and is a participating eye doctor in the Health Access Initiative in Gainesville.
Gainesville Eye Associates has clinics in Gainesville, Braselton, and Cornelia, with consulting offices in Georgia (Blairsville, Clayton, and Hiawassee), and North Carolina (Hayesville and Franklin). Gainesville Eye Associates offers laser and standard cataract surgery, dry eye, diabetic eye care, glaucoma, and routine eye care. To find out more about Gainesville Eye Associates, or to schedule an appointment, contact our office at 770.532.4444. You can also learn more about the services offered by Gainesville Eye Associates on our website at GainesvilleEye.com or by following us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or YouTube.
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