Telemedicine is rapidly becoming the first line of defense against the coronavirus. Here's how to access and pay to see a doctor on your phone or computer. If you are worried you might have the coronavirus, pick up the phone before you seek medical treatment. The reason for this is twofold: In very mild cases, your doctor might be able to give you advice on how to treat your symptoms at home without needing to see you in person, which would reduce the number of other people you expose.schedule now
Follow the simple steps to scheduling an appointment with Dr. Reeves if you are interested in scheduling an appointment. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the government — and health care systems — to ramp up their telemedicine offerings at breakneck speed to reduce the flow of traffic to emergency rooms in an attempt to avoid putting health care givers at risk.
We are seeing all kinds of patients.
Covid-19 (coronavirus) Screenings
Dry Eye Conditions
“We are seeing an increase of about 40% patient volume in the last few weeks." – USA Todayschedule now
Dr. Reeves is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist who has been practicing in the Tri-Cities since 2004. He was born and raised in Ogden, Utah. He graduated from Ogden High School, received his Bachelor of Science degree from Weber State University, and received his medical degree from the University of Utah School of Medicine. He completed his transitional internship at Bassett Healthcare in Cooperstown, New York and his Ophthalmology training at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. In addition, Dr. Reeves served in the United States Army Reserve for over 9 years.
Ophthalmologist Austin Blake Taylor, D.O. started with the Reeves Eye Institute in July of 2019. He is a board certified ophthalmologist with a fellowship in glaucoma. Originally from Gate City, VA, Austin wants to be able to give back to the community that he calls home. Dr. Taylor attended The University of Virginia’s College at Wise where he received a bachelor of science in biology and a bachelor of arts in chemistry. After obtaining his undergraduate degrees, he attended medical school in the Cumberland Gap at Lincoln Memorial University-Debusk College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Dr. Scott Gentry has joined Reeves Eye Institute after 34 Years experience in private practice as an Optometrist in Johnson City. Dr. Gentry adds an extra dimension to our practice and allows us to serve patients with even better care. Dr. Gentry received his O.D. degree from the Southern College of Optometry. A native of upper East Tennessee, he is a graduate of Science Hill High School. He is a graduate of Wake Forest University and is also a Honorary Alumnus of East Tennessee State University.
If you are worried you might have the coronavirus, pick up the phone before you seek medical treatment. The reason for this is twofold: In very mild cases, your doctor might be able to give you advice on how to treat your symptoms at home without needing to see you in person, which would reduce the number of other people you expose.schedule now