Our Delightful Staff

Dr. Tiffany Luke is an optometrist who is originally from south Georgia where she received her bachelor’s degree in business from Valdosta State University and furthered her education at the University of Kentucky, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in health care science.

She then graduated from UAB School of Optometry where she completed internships with the Birmingham VA Hospital and private practice including several clinical rotations in low vision at Callahan Eye Hospital, the Alabama Institute of the Deaf and Blind, and local nursing home facilities.

Dr. Luke specializes in comprehensive adult and pediatric eye examinations for the detection of medical diseases such as cataracts, glaucoma, dry eye disease, macular degeneration and diabetes. She also provides specialty contact lens fits including toric and multifocal lenses.

She loves caring for patients of all ages. Dr. Luke is a member of the Alabama Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association. Dr. Luke and her husband, David, have two children and live in Hoover, AL.

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Deanna Jones brings her mid-western warmth to the Do Good Eye Care practice. She moved from Illinois to Florida as a teen where she also attended University of Central Florida.

Following college, she lived in Los Angeles for six years, working in the movie business at the premier talent agency CAA and then on the model management side with some of America’s top models. This new venture allowed for global travel and a residence in New York for over two years. In 1999,

Deanna and her husband, Scott, settled in the Birmingham area. Among other businesses, she worked for four years with Empire Autohaus and continues to work with Birmingham Originals, a non-profit organization of locally-owned restaurateurs. Investing in the local community is a passion of hers and Dr. Luke’s See Good, Do Good give-back mission aligns perfectly with Deanna’s views. She is excited to be working with Dr. Luke to bring a private Eye Care practice to downtown Birmingham.