Your eyes deserve our eyes.


DeHaven's physicians are experts in their fields and dedicated to learning more every day in order to serve their patients and provide the very best in education and treatment. Our physicians listen first and then strive to make your concerns and priorities a part of the prescribed treatment plan. DeHaven Eye Clinic utilizes the most advanced medical technology available, along with the most up-to-date procedures, so whether its cataracts, Glaucoma or refractive surgery, you'll get the best eyes, and the best of everything else, caring for your vision.

Tom DeHaven, MD
Dr. DeHaven was a part of DeHaven Eye Clinic long before becoming a surgeon. As a long-time resident of East Texas, he has a particular concern for his neighbors. That's why he has focused on providing the best eye surgery possible.
High school - Robert E. Lee, Tyler, TX (1977)

Bachelor of Science (Biology) - Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX (1977-1981)

Medical Degree - University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, TX (1981-1985)

Preceptorship in Eye Pathology - Wilmer Eye Institute (John Hopkins Medical School) (July - Aug, 1983)

Residency (Ophthalmology) - University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and Parkland Hospital (1985-1989)

American Board of Ophthalmology

American Board of Eye Surgery

Trinity Mother Frances

East Texas Medical Center

DeHaven Eye Clinic / DeHaven Surgical Center since July 1989

Clinical Instructor in ophthalmology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas since March 1990

Dr. DeHaven is an Adjunct Professor of Continuing Education, University of Houston College of Optometry

Graduated Cum Laude from Southern Methodist University.

Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society at SMU.

National Honor Society in High School.

'Athlete of the Year' at Robert E. Lee High School, 1977.

Texas 'All-State' swimming team, 1977.

Elected to Alpha Omega Alpha Honorary Medical Society, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical School, 1985.

Professional Memberships:
American Academy of Ophthalmology

Texas Medical Association

American Medical Association

Texas Ophthalmological Association

Dallas Academy of Ophthalmology

Smith County Medical Society

1. The Learning Curve in Extracapsular Cataract Extraction (resident experience), (unpublished) 1987.

2. Glare and Contrast Sensitivity Testing (unpublished) 1988.

3. Endothelial Cell Loss in ECCE vs Phacoemulsification (unpublished) 1989.

Cataract and Refractive surgery

Playing guitar, hunting, golf, swimming

Green Acres Baptist Church, Tyler, TX

Rebecca Jones, MD
Dr. Jones joined DeHaven Eye Clinic in 1995 to help it become the premier ophthalmic institute in East Texas. With years of experience as an ophthalmic surgeon with an emphasis on disorders of the retina, Dr. Jones has helped many patients regain their vision and return to an active life.
University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston, Texas

Doctor of Medicine, May 1990 (Class Standing 18/180)

Baylor University, B.S. Biology, May 1985

Masters in Medical Management from University of Texas at Dallas and Southwestern Medical School 2003

Carraway Methodist Medical Center, Birmingham, Alabama Transitional Intern, July 1990 - June 1991

Combined Program in Ophthalmology, Eye Foundation Hospital

University of Alabama at Birmingham, July 1991 - June 1994

Retina and Vitreous Associates of Alabama, Birmingham, Alabama Medical Retina, August 1994 - June 1995

American Board of Ophthalmology

Trinity Mother Frances

East Texas Medical Center

American Academy of Ophthalmology

Jesse Jones Medical Student Research Fellowship, May 1986 - June 1987

University of Texas Medical Branch - Dallas Under the direction of L. Maximillian Buja, M.D.

Association Between Inhibition of Arachidonic Acid Release and Prevention of Calcium Loading During ATP Depletion in Cultured Rat Cardiac Myocytes - American Journal of Pathology, Sept. 1989

Janet M. Glasgow Memorial Achievement Citation, May 1990

Curtis W. Lambert Academic Excellence Award, May 1990

Alpha Omega Alpha, 1990

American Board of Ophthalmology

American Society of Retinal Specialists

American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons

Texas Medical Association

Texas Ophthalmological Association

Women In Ophthalmology

Smith County Medical Society

Disorders of the retina and Cataract surgery

Jeffrey Bohn, MD
Dr. Bohn, a specialist in cataract and oculoplastic surgery, has provided ideal care to patients for many years at DeHaven Eye Clinic. He has helped them not only see better, but look better as well.
Pre-Med: Hope College, 1979-1981 BA Chemistry

Wayne State University, 1981-1985 A.O.A., Graduation with high distinction

Internal Medicine

Blodgett Memorial Medical Center, 1985-1987

Robert Tupper, M.D.

Ophthalmology, Co-Chief Resident 1990 Kresge Eye Institute,

Wayne State University, 1987-1990

Robert Jampel, M.D., PhD

American Board of Ophthalmology 11-24-91

Sterling Rock Falls Clinic 1990 - 1996

30 Physician Multi-Speciality clinic

DeHaven Eye Clinic 1997 to present

Mother Frances Hospital, 800 E. Dawson St., Tyler, TX 75701, Active staff 1997 - present

American Academy of Ophthalmology

Developed the Ophthalmology Department Sterling Rock Falls Clinic

Department of surgery chairman, Sterling Rock Falls Clinic 1995

Vice Chairman Department of Surgery, CGH Medical Center 1995

Board of directors, Illinois Ophthalmology Association 1994 - 1995

AOA, Graduation with high distinction, Wayne State University

Ophthalmology, Co-Chief Resident 1990, Kresge Eye Institute

Oculoplastics, Cataract surgery, and ophthalmology

Michael Ford, MD
Dr. Michael Ford joined DeHaven Eye Clinic in 2013 to provide optimal vision care to East Texas residents. Specializing in cataract surgery, diabetic laser and glaucoma treatment, it is Dr. Ford's vision for his patients to maintain the quality of their eyes and receive the care they deserve.
Medical Degree - Baylor College of Medicine (1994)

Transitional Internship - Baylor College of Medicine Affiliated Hospitals (1994-1995)

Residency - Department of Ophthalmology at Tulane School of Medicine (1995-1998)

American Board of Ophthalmology (2000)

Trinity Mother Frances

East Texas Medical Center

DeHaven Eye Clinic since November 2013

Bellingham Eye Physicians 2007-2013

Eye Physicians and Surgeons 2005-2006

Sioux Valley Clinic 2003-2005

Palouse Eye and Laser Center 1998-2003

American Academy of Ophthalmology

American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons

Texas Ophthalmological Association

Texas Medical Association

Cataract, refractive, laser and eyelid surgery

Richard Moore, MD
Dr. Richard Moore provides optimal medical and surgical vision care to the residents of East Texas as a member of the DeHaven Eye Clinic team. He specializes in cataract, glaucoma, refractive and laser surgery as well as the medical treatment of most eye diseases including diabetic retinopathy, dry eyes, and macular degeneration.
Dr. Moore joined DeHaven Eye Clinic in July 2015 and sees patients in Tyler, Longview and Mineola.

A graduate of the University of Oklahoma and the University of Texas Medical School at Houston, Dr. Moore completed his Internal Medicine internship and Ophthalmology residency at Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Virginia. He continued his training with a fellowship in Glaucoma at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center's Department of Ophthalmology in Dallas.
Dr. Moore is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons, the Texas Ophthalmological Association and the Texas Medical Association. He is on the medical staffs of both the East Texas Medical Center and the Trinity Mother Francis Health System.
John Deaton, OD
Dr. Deaton has helped thousands of patients regain and improve their vision. By taking time to understand every patient's needs prior to treatment, Dr. Deaton is able to provide solutions that are unique to the individual. Whether the patient desires spectacles, contact lenses, or a complete eye exam, Dr. Deaton is prepared to provide professional service and care.
5/98 Doctorate of Optometry - University of Houston, summa cum laude

5/86 M.S. Molecular Biology, University of Texas, Dallas

5/81 B.S. Biology University of Texas, Dallas Cum Laude

1998 DeHaven Eye Clinic Theraputic Optometrist

Activities/Honors: Member AOA, TOA, Cataract Lens Society

Phi Kappa Phi - national scholastic society

Beta Sigma Kappa - optometry academic society

Dr. Adler-Grinberg Vision Science Award

National Eye Institute - Research Fellow

Optics Instructor - TEXOCOP

Letter of Clinical Excellence, Univeristy of Houston

Andrew Yoder, OD
Dr. Andrew Yoder joined DeHaven Eye Clinic in 2015 after completing his rotations through the University of the Incarnate Word. Through his experience, Dr. Yoder has been able to provide care to patients in all walks of life. Whether his patients need a yearly exam, or have a pressing problem, Dr. Yoder is prepared to provide the best care available. Dr. Yoder's vision is to provide excellent care to Sulphur Springs and the surrounding communities.
Doctor of Optometry - University of the Incarnate Word Rosenberg School of Optometry (2015)

BS undergraduate coursework - Iowa State University ('08-'10), University of Texas at Arlington ('10-'11)

High School Diploma - Western Dubuque High School (2008)

DeHaven Eye Clinic since 2015

Internship Community Eye Center, Ft. Worth, TX - 2014

Internship Southwest Vision Center, North Richland Hills, TX - 2014

Clinical Excellence (2014)

GP Institute Contact Lens Excellence (2015)

Beta Sigma Kappa (2015)

Texas Optometric Association

Rotary Club of Sulphur Springs

"Color Vision in Heterozygous Carriers of Color Deficiency" Prestented at AsMA in Chicago, IL - 2013