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Welcome to Tullahoma Vision Associates
Family Eye and Vision Care Since 1964

Call us at 931-455-0654 today.

Protect your family’s precious eyesight...

...with the experienced, highly advanced and personalized care that thousands have trusted for decades.

Few things are as precious as our eyesight. It’s the primary way that we perceive the world. It’s an essential part of how we communicate, and it’s vital to how we get around, work and play. That’s why it’s so important that we see well... and that we protect our eyesight from the many diseases and conditions that can come along to threaten it.

At Tullahoma Vision Associates, we care about your eyesight... and about the eye health and vision of everyone in your family. That’s why we constantly strive to offer the highest-quality vision care available today.

Since 1964, the doctors and staff of Tullahoma Vision Associates have built their reputation for eyecare excellence around doing what’s right for your eyes and eyesight. That means exceptional service, top-quality products, thorough exams, leading-edge equipment, efficiency and - above all - the personal care and dedication you and your family deserve. It also means uncommon attention to detail, with an emphasis on preventing rather than reacting to problems.

Ultimately, we believe you deserve true vision-care value. You also deserve an eye doctor who cares enough to use the most advanced technology, products and procedures and whose vigilance and thoroughness have earned the trust of thousands of patients.


Our Core Values

Our “Why”

We believe we are here to serve. Our mission is to provide the highest-quality eye and vision care in a manner that makes you feel right at home. We are 100% committed to your satisfaction, and promise to provide care with compassion, honesty and integrity.

Trust Is Everything

We realize you have a choice in eye care providers, and it is our goal to establish a long, trusting relationship with you. For us, it is much more than taking care of your eyes and providing great products. We want the privilege to get to know you, your family and your friends. Our promise is to create a culture where you can feel comfortable and secure.

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-11:30 am

1:00 pm-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Location

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Testimonial

  • "I had a history of difficult vision problems. Dr. McBride was able to resolve my problems. I now have vision that allows me to function completely. Thank you Dr. McBride!"
    Bob Gordon / Tullahoma, TN

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