Posted by: Ophthalmology Associates of Fort Worth in Cataract Surgery

Optometric Glaucoma Specialist

To our patients:  

Dr. Warr has not only studied and passed her boards to become an Optometrist (OD), but she has also earned a Fellowship of the American Academy of Optometry (FAAO) and a Fellow of  the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (FCOVD). To become a Fellow (and this is putting it simply) requires additional study, research, years of experience, mentorships, papers, and passing oral exams in front of panels of doctors who are experts in their field. Dr. Warr has proven her expertise in the field of eye care and vision therapy, disease  assessment and treatment and how the eyes relate to the body as a whole. She  has  demonstrated a commitment to lifelong learning, and we are so happy she  will be  partnering with Dr. Flowers and collaborating in the care of his patients. 

Much like a PA does in the world of primary care, Dr. Warr will, at times, see you and at other times, Dr. Flowers will see you. Who you see will be determined by the severity or type of care you will need at the specific time of your appointment. Dr. Flowers scrutinized many candidates to find the right physician for the collaborative care of his patients. He wanted someone he felt would be an extension of the skills, compassion, and ethics that he practices. Dr. Warr is that  doctor. You can feel secure in her care. 

We are sure that you will agree when you have an opportunity to meet her. Please join us in welcoming her to the OA family!