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  • Dr.
    Parley D. Fillmore, PHD, MD

    Certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology, Dr. Parley Fillmore has provided comprehensive eye care for Southern New Mexico since August 2009. He received his Bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University. He then completed his M.D. and Ph.D in Pathobiology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He also received his certificate of Business Administration while in Illinois. Dr. Fillmore completed his internship at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Indianapolis, IN and his Residency in Ophthalmology at the University of Iowa.

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  • Dr.
    Brandon C. Hicks, OD

    Certified by the New Mexico Board of Optometry, Dr. Brandon C. Hicks received his undergraduate degree in Health Science from Brigham University- Idaho. He graduated with honors from The Ohio State University College of Optometry. He completed his residency at The Department of Veterans Affairs Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. This residency also included fitting specialty contact lenses at the Moran Eye Center at the University of Utah Hospital.

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  • Dr.
    Jon Roger Hall

    Certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology Dr. J. Roger Hall is a graduate of the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. He completed his internship at the United State Naval Hospital in Newport Rhode Island, and completed his Residency and fellowship training at the University of Indiana. He was a participant in a fellowship in California with Dr. Robert M. Sinskey, one of the founding fathers of modern phacoemulsification cataract and intra-ocular lens implant surgery.

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  • Dr.
    Michael Margolis, MD

    Board Certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology, Dr. Michael Margolis received his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin in Electrical Engineering. He then went to the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston for his M.D. Dr. Margolis completed his internship in Internal Medicine at Stony Brook Medical Center and did his ophthalmology residency in Nassau University Medical Center where he also served as a chief.

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  • Dr.
    Jerom Nelson

    Certified by the New Mexico Board of Optometry, Dr. Jerom Nelson received his Doctor of Optometry degree from Pacific University in Forest Grove, OR. After graduation, he served in the United States Air Force as Chief of Optometric Services at Holloman Air Force Base from 2013-2016. Upon completion of his Air Force commitment, Dr. Nelson joined the Fillmore Eye Clinic to continue providing excellent comprehensive eye care for the military members and residents here in southern New Mexico.

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  • Dr.
    Woodard

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  • Dr.
    Boyle

    Bio coming soon..

  • Dr.
    Bryce S. Johnson

    Certified by the New Mexico Board of Optometry, Dr. Bryce S. Johnson received his undergraduate degree in Neuroscience from Brigham Young University. He graduated with honors from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee. During his professional education, Dr. Johnson provided medical eye care to patients in western Tennessee at The Eye Center, Memphis Family Vision, and Hughes Eye Group. Dr. Johnson rendered professional services to patients in rural areas of the southeastern United States through Remote Area Medical and in Oaxaca, Mexico, through the organization One Sight.

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  • Dr.
    Jacob Bailey

    Certified by the New Mexico Board of Optometry, Dr. Jacob Bailey received his undergraduate degree with highest honors in Human Health studies from Arizona State University. He also graduated with honors from Pacific University College of Optometry. After graduation, he served in the Air Force at Dyess AFB in Abilene Texas. He practiced as the sole doctor providing eye care to active duty and retired military members. He also sat on the Executive Board for Dyess AFB Medical Group and served as the Medical Group Chief for the Emergency Operations Center working closely with community hospital leaders.

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