Victor M. Oliver, M.D.
Victor M. Oliver, M.D., began his practice in Baton Rouge in 1976 and has been board certified since 1977. After graduating from Duke University and LSU Medical School, he obtained his ophthalmology training at Harvard and at Ochsner Clinic. Dr. Oliver has traveled to Honduras on numerous occasions to perform cataract surgery on the needy. One of the first eye surgeons in Louisiana to perform lens implant surgery, he has seen this procedure evolve into the safe and effective procedure it is today.
R. Ashton Holloway, M.D.
R. Ashton Holloway, M.D. is a native of Baton Rouge, and attended Louisiana State University and LSU Medical School in New Orleans. After graduation, he completed his training in ophthalmology in San Francisco, California, and San Antonio, Texas, and practiced as an eye surgeon in the U.S. Army.
While in the Army, he spent some time in Peru performing cataract surgery at a community hospital. He has practiced in Baton Rouge since 1979, performing cataract and lens implant surgery, laser surgery and glaucoma procedures. Dr. Holloway is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and is married with two children.
Donald R. Peavy, M.D.
Dr. Peavy is a board-certified ophthalmologist in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He is a graduate of Louisiana State University School of Medicine. He completed his residency at Alton Ochsner Medical Foundation in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Dr. Peavy is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the New Orleans Academy of Ophthalmology and the Baton Rouge Ophthalmology Society. He is a clinical instructor in Ophthalmology at Louisiana State University and is the Ophthalmologist for the LSU Athletic teams.
Dr. Peavy performs Lasik Refractive Surgery, cataract surgery, glaucoma surgery, strabismus surgery, laser surgery and contact lens fittings.
In Memoriam: Dalton S. Oliver M.D. 1922-2008
Dalton Oliver established Oliver Eye Clinic in 1960. After practicing family medicine in Appalachia for three years, he obtained his specialty training in ophthalmology at Harvard and Oxford Universities. He served as an associate professor at LSU Medical School in New Orleans for 16 years.
From being a private in the Army in World War II, he rose to Major General in the Air Force Reserve. Dr. Oliver participated as an eye surgeon with Project HOPE, provided medical and surgical eye care for the people of Montserrat in the West Indies and sponsored numerous eye care expeditions to serve the natives in the mountains of Western Honduras.
Long aware of the primary care shortage in Louisiana, the Dalton S. Oliver Scholarship at LSU School of Medicine recognizes the most outstanding senior medical student pursuing a primary care career in Louisiana.