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Nathan Morrow, OD, FAAO

“Any kind of surgery can be unsettling for patients. So, offering comfort to patients, and by taking the time to listen to them and understand what their visual goals are, I feel we can really help them.”

-Dr. Nathan Morrow.


Dr. Morrow grew up in Auburn, IN and attended Indiana University, graduating in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. As an undergraduate, he was a varsity letter-winning member of the IU Track & Field/Cross Country team, earning Academic All-Big Ten recognition for each fall, winter and spring season he competed.

In 2017 he graduated from Indiana University School of Optometry, where he served as Student Association President, worked with his peers to provide free eye screenings to the underserved, represented his school as a student delegate at the AOA’s annual Optometry’s Meeting, and attended the AOA Congressional Advocacy Conference in Washington, D.C. on multiple occasions. His clinical externships included the Eye Institute of Utah, Perry Point VA Medical Center, and the Indianapolis Eye Care Center.

Following graduation, Dr. Morrow completed a year-long ocular disease residency in a collaborative care practice in Atlanta, GA. He worked closely with the practice’s ophthalmologists on pre-operative and peri-operative care and was responsible for on-call duties, allowing him to sharpen his skills in triage and emergent care.

Dr. Morrow is committed to providing excellent care to his patients and honored to work with the talented professionals at Eye Surgeons of Indiana. 

Memberships and Affiliations

  • Certified, American Board of Optometry
  • Certified, National Board of Examiners in Optometry
  • Residency Trained, Ocular Disease
  • Fellow, American Academy of Optometry
  • Member, American Optometric Association
  • Member, Indiana Optometric Association
  • Vice President, Central Indiana Optometric Society

Clinical Interests

  • Consultative Optometry
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