Who is Dr. Drew Salisbury?

Dr. Drew Salisbury is passionate not only about his patients’ eye health but also about building strong relationships and becoming a part of the fabric of the community he grew up in. A Mobile native, Dr. Salisbury and his family now reside in Mobile, and he is excited to build the same kind of foundation his father built in his practice at Premier Medical.

“Following in your father’s footsteps can be a daunting endeavor,” Dr. Salisbury said. “But my dad cared about each and every one of his patients, and they stayed with him. That is what I want in my practice – not just a one-time visit, but a lasting relationship where I am a part of the overall health and wellness of my patients and their families.”

Dr. Salisbury has recently launched this website as a way to interact on a more personal level with the community. As a part of Premier Medical, he has the resources of the practice to offer the latest in technology and care while building individual relationships with his patients and community members.

He will continually provide informative articles to help the community better understand eye health, vision correction, and how your overall health and wellness contribute to better long-term vision.

Dr. Salisbury has a particular interest in vision correction surgery and spent an extra year of fellowship traning in cornea, external disease, and refractive surgery at Eye Consultants of Atlanta through Piedmont Hospital. He believes that with his specialized training and access to the latest technology, he can offer all of his patients options that will keep their eyesight focused, sharp, and clear.

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On the website you can learn more about the following procedures:

Dr. Salisbury is a cornea and refractive specialist who performs cataract surgery, LASIK, PRK, ICL, corneal transplants including PKP, DSAEK, DMEK, and DALK, and minimally Invasive glaucoma surgery. He also performs iLink cross-linking procedure, which is currently the only FDA-approved treatment for progressive keratoconus.

Learn more about his experience here.