Brittany McNeely, OD is an optometrist at the Marietta Eye Clinic.

Brittany McNeely, O.D., F.A.A.O.

Optometrist

SPECIALTIES

LOCATIONS

The ophthalmologists and optometrists of the Marietta Eye Clinic each chose to join this practice because of a common philosophy, providing the highest quality patient care possible. Marietta Eye doctors are the experts in their fields, the top graduates in their educational and training programs, and deeply compassionate health care providers. The physicians and optometrists here research and provide the latest technology for their patients, listen intently to their patients’ needs, and ensure their patients have the highest quality support and surgical staff available. We invite you to explore the credentials and personality of our doctors on this page. Thank you for considering the Marietta Eye Clinic.

Specialties/Competencies

Primary Care Optometry
Ocular Disease

Qualifications

Full-scope licensure in Georgia

Honors & Awards

Class Valedictorian for Doctor of Optometry Degree

Education

August 2007 – May 2011 University of Georgia
B.S.F.C.S. Nutrition Science, Summa Cum Laude

August 2011 – May 2015 University of Alabama at Birmingham School Of Optometry
Doctor of Optometry, O.D., Class of 2015
Class Valedictorian

Externships May 2014-May 2015
Birmingham VA Medical Center
Training in Ocular disease and Primary Care
Co-management experience with Ophthalmology

Retinal Consultants of Alabama
Focused training under three Retinal Specialists
Extensive education on OCT and management of retinal disease

Alabama Family Eye Care
Private Practice Optometry
Education in soft contact lenses and acute care management
Training in business, optical management, and staff management

Georgia Eye Partners
Training in Primary Care Optometry and Specialty Ophthalmology care
Extensive training under Glaucoma, Cornea, and Oculoplastic Specialists
Experience in co-management of surgical patients, including preoperative and postoperative management
Observation of specialty ocular surgeries July 2015- July 2016

Residency in Primary Care Optometry
WJB Jennings Dorn VA Medical Center, Columbia, SC
Training in Ocular disease and co-management with Ophthalmology
Experience in triaging and treating emergency patients
Experience in coordinating management of systemic disease with a diverse range of medical specialties
Minor focus on Low Vision and medically necessary Contact Lens fittings
Scholarly activities, including regular presentations at weekly Grand Rounds meetings and leading Journal Club
Role in educating Optometry interns as a Preceptor and through lecturing
Presentation at 2015 AAO Resident’s Day: “Acute Cranial Nerve VI Palsy Secondary to Presumed Paraneoplastic Syndrome”

Professional Associations

Fellow in the American Academy of Optometry, 2016 – present
Georgia Optometric Association
American Optometric Association