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Mayo Eye Center in Oxford is now Mississippi Eye Consultants

If you are a patient at Mayo Eye Center, you should know that the name has now been changed to Mississippi Eye Consultants. Other than a new name on the door, the practice will go on just as before. Drs. James Shipp and William Mayo will continue to provide the friendly, patient-centered eye care you have come to expect. Give us a call in Oxford if you’re due for an appointment! (662) 234-3937

Mississippi Eye Consultants is NOW OPEN in Tupelo!

Eye surgeon James Shipp is proud to provide Tupelo with advanced diagnostics and customized medical and surgical treatment plans for everything from DropLess cataract surgery to LASIK laser vision correction, and more. Schedule you appointment in Tupelo, today! (662) 234-3937 (ph)

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  • Dr Shipp Award
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    Congratulations on completing more than 250 Light Adjustable Lenses for cataract patients
  • Vuity Eye Drop opengraph image
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    Never before has there been a lens technology that is fully customizable and adjustable after surgery. The Light Adjustable Lens by RxSight is a great choice for many patients considering cataract surgery.
  • 1628 Hwy 30 East, Oxford, MS 38655
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    The last things are being wrapped up at the new clinic. We look forward to growing our practice in years to come. Beginning on February 16th, […]
  • New Oxford Clinic
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  • MS Eye Consultants ground breaking
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