Scott Gardner, M.D. is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist specializing in performing cataract and laser surgery as well as complete eye exams, with a focus on glaucoma, diabetes, and macular degeneration. He received his undergraduate degree from Georgetown University and his medical degree from the University of Virginia School of Medicine. He completed his residency training at the Medical University of South Carolina, Storm Eye Institute. Dr. Gardner strives to educate his patients about their eye care and to provide the latest medical and surgical advancements, including micro-invasive glaucoma surgery. Dr. Gardner joined Eye Consultants of Atlanta in 2016 and practices at both the Fayetteville and Newnan locations.
One of the things that matters to me, is Dr. Gardner takes a few minutes to review my records. Then asking me if I ... have any new questions or concerns. Also, since I am the type of person, who needs to be a part of my own care; I will not stand for things being "sugar coded". If there is something that seems off to Dr. Gardner, we talk about it, as well as lay out a short term treatment plan. On how, when, where and who will be brought into my care, to confirm a concern; and go about treating it.read more
I am well pleased with Eye Consultants of Atlanta they are professional very knowledgeable and friendly. Dr. Gardner is... well skilled in his profession he shows compassion and patience, his staff is thorough and has been very helpful in addressing any concerns or questions that I have asked. I highly recommend Eye Consultants of Atlanta.read more
The appt. was ck up after my procedure. Every thing had to do about my surgery.Where i was treated extremely well.He... was pleased how I was healing gave me another appt. for Tuesday, May 18 at 8:30 am.I have felt very cared for during this procedure.Looking forward to have my left eye done June 10, 2021.read more
Dr. Gardner seems very competent and thorough. Excellent bedside manner! My only complaint is with clerical staff and... scheduling. After waiting for 6 weeks for an appointment, I still had to wait for 2 hours to see doctor on day of appointment and waiting room was crowded. Avoiding crowded places has been important to me during pandemic so I was not comfortable there. Clerical staff were rushed and always running and seemed to be understaffed.I will return to this doctor because I do like him. My eyes are better using the treatments he prescribed for me. I did express my concerns to doctor about wait time and he explained that he was on call that day in addition to seeing patients.read more
Very pleased with Dr Gardner’s skill. My procedure is apparently successful. I look forward to having my other eye... done. Support staff doesn’t seem to be as interested in patient concerns as I would like. They do their work, so I guess that is all that matters, but they seem detached.read more
My lens replacement procedure went smoothly. It was relatively quick and totally painless. All personnel were... professional and pleasant.My follow up appointment the next day was also handled professionally. The only drawback to the follow up was the waiting time. From the scheduled appointment time to departure from the office was two hours. The total time in the rooms for the tech evaluation and the doctors evaluation was 20 to 30 minutes. Total waiting time was 1hr, 30 minutes.If you are prepared for the wait, everything else will be great.read more
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