G. McKnight, MD

Center For Sight Pensacola
6190 N Davis Hwy Pensacola, Florida, 32504

More About G. McKnight

Dr. G. Tipton McKnight is a board-certified ophthalmologist whose academic background includes fellowships at the University of Utah and the University of South Florida. Dr. McKnight’s specialties include LASIK vision correction and corneal transplants.


  • LASIK Vision Correction
  • Cataract Surgery
  • Corneal Transplants


  • Board Certified in Ophthalmology,1991.
  • Fellowship, Corneal Surgery, University of South Florida,1991.
  • Residency, University of South Florida, 1990.
  • Center for Intraocular Lens Research, University of Utah Fellowship,1987.
  • B.S., M.D., Internship, Louisiana State University, 1982, 1986.

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