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Doctors & Staff

Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and staff who make Wilson EyeCare Associates the leading provider of vision care products and services in Williamson.


Steven C. Wilson, O.D.

  • Williamson High School Graduate, 1974, Williamson, WV
  • Attended Southern West Virginia Community College, 1977-1978
  • Southern College of Optometry, Doctor of Optometry, Bachelor of Science, 1978-1982
  • Senior Externship, Gordon Butterfield, O.D, Charleston, WV, 1981
  • Senior Externship, St. Luke’s Hospital, New Port Richey, FL, 1982
  • Member of the American Optometric Association since 1982
  • Member of the West Virginia Optometric Association since 1982
  • Past member of The National Association of Sports Vision, Contact Lens Section of the America Optometric Association

In 1950, my father, J.H. Wilson, O.D., began practicing Optometry here in Williamson with Dr. J. F. Brown. Several years later, Dr. Brown retired, leaving my father with the solo practice. He practiced general Optometry with heavy emphasis in geriatric care. In 1962, the office was relocated from the Ammar Building to 106 Logan Street. In June 1996, we proudly opened our freestanding building at 126 West 2nd Avenue. This 3200 square foot, state-of-the-art facility offers the most modern equipment and computerization as well as ample parking for our staff and patients.