Contact Mississippi Retina Associates

Visit our Primary Clinic Location

Mississippi Retina Associates’ primary clinic is located in Jackson, Mississippi. We also support multiple satellite locations throughout Mississippi, including Greenville, Greenwood, Hattiesburg, Madison, McComb, Meridian, Starkville, and Vicksburg. Additionally, a new location is coming soon to Flowood.

1026 Baptist Circle
Suite 400
Madison, MS 39110
Phone: 601.981.4091

7:30AM to 5PM
Monday through Friday
(Closed Major Holidays)

8 Satellite Offices throughout Mississippi

FLOWOOD

Coming soon!

GREENVILLE

1607 MS-1
Greenville, MS 38701

GREENWOOD

2005 Highway 82 West
Greenwood, MS 38930

HATTIESBURG

7148 US 98, Suite 201
Hattiesburg, MS 39042

MCCOMB

414 B Marion Avenue
McComb, MS 39648

MERIDIAN

2405 8th Street
Meridian, MS 39301

STARKVILLE

100 Walker Way
Starkville, MS 39759

VICKSBURG

1911 Mission 66, Suite A
Vicksburg, MS 39180

Discover What Our Patients Have to Say

At Mississippi Retina Associates, we pride ourselves on providing exceptional care to every patient we serve. Don’t just take our word for it – hear directly from those who have experienced our dedication firsthand. Read the testimonials below to learn about the experiences of our valued patients and their journeys to improved eye health and vision.

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Discover Our New Home: A Visual Journey through Mississippi Retina Associates' State-of-the-Art Facilities

Discover Our New Clinic: A Photo Gallery of Our State-of-the-Art Facilities

Explore Mississippi Retina Associates’ new state-of-the-art clinic at the Baptist Madison Campus. Dive into our comprehensive vision care services, research, and surgical facilities through a visual journey of our modern amenities. Discover why we’re committed to delivering top-notch retina care with advanced technology and compassionate expertise.

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Don’t Get Burned by the 2024 Great American Eclipse

On April 8, 2024, North America will witness a rare total solar eclipse as the moon passes between the sun and the Earth, blocking daylight for several minutes. Weather permitting, it promises to be an incredible event if viewed safely. During the eclipse, the moon’s coverage of the sun will be partially visible throughout the 48 contiguous US states.

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