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Oct 24, 2022

Joshua Oliver, O.D., Joins Eye Centers of Tennessee in Cookeville

The leadership team at Eye Centers of Tennessee is proud to welcome Joshua Oliver, O.D., to their staff. 

“Dr. Oliver has a robust background in medical optometry and is an invaluable addition to Eye Centers of Tennessee,” said Dr. Andrew Johnson, Medical Director at Eye Centers of Tennessee. “His passion for eye care is contagious in the clinic and he has a strong desire to help his patients. Patients are blessed to have Dr. Oliver here in the Upper Cumberland! ”

Professional Accomplishments:

 B.S. Cellular & Molecular Biology

2016 Tennessee Tech

• Doctorate of Optometry

2021 Southern College of Optometry

• Residency in Ocular Disease

2022 Salem VA Medical Center

• Board Certified in Medical Optometry

Dr. Oliver focuses on the medicinal treatment of eye disease and has received advanced training to become a capable diagnostician. Dr. Oliver grew up in McMinnville, TN, and has returned to the Upper Cumberland area to set roots. In his spare time, he strives to stay current with the latest eye care innovations but still enjoys hiking, cycling, exploring Google Maps, traveling, and reading old books. He is passionate about being active in his local church and is frequently involved in local projects. In his point of view, it is a real honor to serve others by meeting their vision needs. The main driver for him every day is to monitor and prevent loss of sight to everyone within his patient care. His main piece of medical advice is, “never underestimate the value of a healthy lifestyle”.

At the Eye Centers of Tennessee Cookeville (Guardian Way) location, Dr. Oliver will provide many services, including eye exams, diagnosis and treatment of ocular disease and injury, complete contact lens services including all specialty lens products, and frame styling. 

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