Ram Peddada, MD, is board certified and fellowship trained in medical and surgical retina and is the first and the only retina specialist based in Opelika, AL. He also sees patients in Dothan, AL and Columbus, GA to serve the communities of Opelika, Phenix City, Fort Benning, Manchester, Tuskegee, Valley, West Point, Andalusia, Eufala and regions nearby.
We are happy to help with your scheduling, insurance concerns or anything else you need. We listen, answer your questions and thoroughly explain your condition and treatment options. To schedule your visit, please call (334) 521-0041 (Opelika and Dothan areas) or Call (706) 221-9702 (Columbus area) for more information or use our convenient Request an Appointment form.
New Patient Forms
Download the new patient forms below, as needed, by clicking on the links. Please print and complete the forms prior to your arrival. This will speed up your new patient registration process.
For staff only. Click on Staff Only Documents (Password protected) above, and enter the password to access the forms.
We accept most commercial insurance plans along with Medicare and Medicaid. Please call ahead of your visit and find out if we accept your insurance.
Billing and Financial Responsibility
All accounts must be current for you to be seen by us. For financial hardships we may work with you with monthly payment plans. In such situations, we may also recommend nearest Lions Clinic or medical care facility that may provide more options.
Please call us if you have any questions regarding a billing statement and we will be happy to assist you.
In multiple locations: Opelika, Columbus, and Dothan for easy access.
We do not hesitate about giving and receiving second opinions from other retina specialists.
Most insurance accepted & filed
MasterCard, Visa, Discover, AmEx accepted
Ample free parking
“Should I Continue Seeing My Primary Eye Doctor?”
Yes, you should. Your primary eye doctor treats you for a number of different conditions which we do not, such as give you prescription for glasses, glaucoma drops, etc.
“How Often Do I Need a Follow-up Retinal Exam?”
This depends on the condition. Some require monthly check up or treatment, such as wet macular degeneration. Once the condition has stabilized then you need to be seen less frequently.
Contact our Opelika and Dothan Offices at (334) 521-0041 or our Columbus Office at (706) 221-9702 for a comprehensive evaluation and management of your retinal needs.