Scott A. Baylard, O.D.
Dr. Scott A. Baylard has lived in Georgia since 1985. He graduated with honors earning his bachelor's degree from Georgia State University in 1998 majoring in biology with a concentration in neurophysiology and a minor in chemistry . He then went on to graduate with honors earning his Doctor of Optometry degree from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, TN in 2002.
Dr. Baylard and his wife Nan live in Cumming, GA with their two children, Beau and Jack. He is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Georgia Optometric Association.
He enjoys spending time with his family, playing ice hockey and the guitar.
Krishan R. Bhima, O.D.
Dr. Krishan Bhima grew up in Alpharetta, Georgia. He attended The University of Georgia where he received a Bachelor of Science degree and then went on to earn his Doctorate of Optometry with honors from The University of Alabama at Birmingham, School of Optometry.
Dr. Bhima is a current member of the American Optometric Association and the Georgia Optometric Association. In his free time, he enjoys playing golf and traveling. Dr. Bhima and his wife, Poonam, live in Suwanee, GA and are expecting a baby girl in May 2016.
He is fluent in English and Gujarati. Dr. Bhima has been practicing in the metro Atlanta area since 2010 and is committed to providing professional eye care to the community in a caring and compassionate manner.
Alisha R. Wheeler, O.d.
Dr. Alisha Rose Wheeler grew up near Chattanooga, TN. Upon graduating from University of Tennessee Chattanooga with a B.S. in Molecular Biology and Chemistry, she moved to Chicago to attend the Illinois College of Optometry where she obtained her Doctorate of Optometry.
During her graduate studies she focused on a variety of specialties including dry eye, specialty lenses, ocular disease, pediatrics, and primary care. She also initiated research studies on analyzing glaucoma correlations and genetic testing for all retinitis pigmentosa patients in the state of Illinois.
Dr. Wheeler strives to keep current with all optometric advances in order to provide the best care for each of her patients.
While in Chicago she volunteered with the annual “Opening Eyes” screenings for Special Olympics, instructed a blind adaptive climbing team, and participated in medical trips to Kenya and Haiti. Now settled in Atlanta, on the weekends you’ll find her rock climbing, cycling the Greenway, and exploring the North Georgia mountains.