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Dr. Morrison is a native West Virginian who attended West Virginia University and received his doctorate from the New England College of Optometry in Boston, Massachusetts. There he was appointed clinical teaching assistant and interned at Brooke Army Medical Center and Dorchester House Mulit-Service Center.
He completed a residency in Optometric Medicine and Primary Care at the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennesee.
Dr. Morrison has been practicing family optometry in Martinsburg since 1984. His areas of interest include ocular pathology, low vision rehabilitation, vision therapy, and computer-assisted contact lens design. He has been involved with laser vision correction consultation and co-management since 1997.
In 1985 Dr. Morrison received a commission in the 167th Airlift Wing of the West Virginia Air National Guard where he just retired as chief of optometry in the Medical Squadron. He has served as area chairman in the West Virginia Optometric Association. He lives in Martinsburg with his wife Rebecca and new twins Blake and Ella.
Hello! My name is Sharon.
I have been employed with Dr. Morrison since 1995. I started as his office communications coordinator, but showed a real interest in optics.
Dr. Morrison allowed me to expand my interest by offering me a position as his Optometric Assistant. I have held this position for 10 years.
My duties include patient pretesting and transcription. I also maintain the ordering system for contacts and low vision items.
I have recently graduated from Shepherd University with a Bachelor's Degree in Biology. I plan to enroll in optometry school in the near future.
I currently reside in Martinsburg with my husband and daughter.
Hi! My name is Anne.
My duties as an Optometric Assistant include patient pretesting and transcribing. I also check in contact lenses and manage our website.