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Brett-Ashley Palmer, O.D.

“Connecting with patients”

“I believe that patient interaction, empathy, and attention to detail are key aspects in eye care. One of the things I enjoy the most about this profession is getting to know each patient individually and being able to communicate important information to them; whether that be a new diagnosis or the best type of vision correction for their lifestyle. I truly enjoy coming into work every day and helping each patient I meet feel welcome and leave feeling taken care of”

Dr. Palmer is a true Tallahassee Lassie and has returned home to practice close to her family.

OD: Illinois College of Optometry

Residency:  Lake City Veterans Affairs Medical Center; Low Vision and Primary Care with an emphasis in ocular disease, traumatic brain injury, and vision therapy.

Accomplishments: Dr. Palmer has had posters accepted for presentation at the American Academy of Optometry and Southern Congress of Optometry. She has given continuing education presentations on her areas of interest in optometry and won the Geriatric Research, Education, and Clinical Center’s award for her poster on Charles Bonnet Syndrome.