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WELCOME Dr. James Jones!!

It is a pleasure to announce that Dr. James Jones is joining River Region Vision Source!  Dr. Jones is originally from the Millbrook/Prattville area and is excited to be back home caring for patients from his hometown area.

Here is a brief bio about Dr. Jones:


Dr. James Jones grew up in the river region and graduated from the University of Alabama in 2013, where he studied Spanish and Chemistry. Dr. Jones earned his Doctorate of Optometry from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis in 2017 and has practiced all over north and central Alabama, providing care to both English and Spanish-speaking patients. He is excited to be back home joining the team at River Region Vision Source to provide care for the community where his appreciation for optometry began.


Dr. Jones’ interests include accommodative disorders, specialty contact lenses, and anterior segment disease. Outside of optometry his interests include recording music, aviation, and spending time with family.