Enjoy Your Visits with a Doctor Who Genuinely Cares

32 Years Experience • Trusted by Tens of Thousands of Patients

You Deserve A Pleasant Experience with
a Retina Doctor You Can Trust

If you’re like most people, you’ve probably been to a doctor’s office that felt unwelcoming and detached. You have likely wished that you could find a very accomplished specialist who can not only manage your retinal problem, but also treat you with warmth and respect.

In our practice we believe you deserve both and we’ve made it our mission to provide just that. You should never feel like you’re not listened to or talked down to. This is why we have built our practice on a solid foundation of respect, kindness and comfort. For the past 32 years I have treated tens of thousands of patients with compassion and competence. Our practice is run in an organized and streamlined manner that is focused on providing a reassuring experience for all patients. Everyone in our practice will take time to truly listen first and foremost to your concerns. All of us will talk to you in understandable language that will help you understand your options and your plan of treatment.

Most new patients are truly impressed when they see how much warmth they experience in our office. We are not only professional, but also focused upon your sense of wellbeing. You will find that we are consistently pleasant and inviting as a committed and devoted team. We invite you to schedule a consultation so that you may experience this for yourself. We remain always open to self-referrals and second opinions!

Patient Ratings

5/5
Doctor, Staff & Office Warmth, Professionalism
5/5
Satisfaction with vision and improvement of quality of life
5/5
Likelihood to recommend to friends & family

Dr. Lowery P. King

In addition to devoting his time and energy to patient care in a private practice setting for the past 32 years, Dr. King has devoted significant time to providing medical and surgical eye care to patients in the developing nations.

He has provided both cataract and surgical retina care to patients in need in Central America, South America, Africa, Asia and the Caribbean. He is currently an active participant in the charity organization Retina Global.

1993 - 1999

Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Director and Chief of the Retina Division MUSC Storm Eye Institute

1988 - 1993

Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology,
1993 MUSC Storm Eye Institute

1987 - 1988

Fellowship training in Vitreoretinal Surgery,
Washington Hospital Center

1986
Chief Resident and Teaching Fellow, MUSC Storm Eye Institute
1984 - 1987

Residency training in Ophthalmology at MUSC Storm Eye Institute

1983
Alpha Omega Alpha Academic Honor Society
1983
M.D., University of Mississippi Medical Center
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