Dr. Warren Johnson is a native Memphian. He is a graduate of the University of Memphis with a B.S. in Microbiology. Upon graduating he received his 4-year post graduate doctoral degree from Southern College of Optometry as well as an additional B.S. in Physical Sciences. Dr Johnson is licensed as a Medical Optometrist on a number of medical health care plans.
- Bachelor of Science, Microbiology, The University Of Memphis
- Bachelor of Science, Physical Science, Southern College of Optometry
- Doctor of Optometry, Southern College of Optometry
- Licensed, State of Tennessee Division of Health Related Boards
- Licensed and Certified, Treatment & Management of Ocular Disease, International Board of Examiners in Optometry
- Licensed, Ocular Prescription Therapeutic Medications, State of Tennessee and the National Drug Enforcement Agency
Professional Memberships and Honors
- American Optometrist Association
- West Tennessee Academy of Optometric Physicians
- West Tennesseee Eye Task Force
- National Board for Corporate Optometry
- People's Choice Award 6+ years "Best Eyecare Facility"
- Published in local news papers and magazines
- Published in National Journals
- Outstanding Young Men in America
- Educational Vision for local television and radio stations
Dr. Johnson's Volunteer Work and Hobbies
Dr. Johnson spends time in the community to help educate people on eye health care. He sees that as a major obstacle in trying to help prevent blindness in this community and around the world. This message has been well supported by local television, radio and news periodicals. His office is a provider for free vision screenings for the community including Church Health Center. He has been active as a board member of the YMCA, the Firefighter’s Association and a board member of his Church. He supports the environment through his local membership at Sierra Club, Memphis Greenline and Wolf River Conservancy. He volunteers for the homeless in soup kitchens in Memphis and volunteers for the HUB which is an organization that helps homeless people transition to functional working people.
Doctor Johnson is an avid outdoorsman: He is a bicyclist and rides with the Memphis Hightailers. He rides the Bluff City Blues 100 mile race yearly to raise money for LeBonheur children's hospital. His most recent participation has been in a couple of triathlons and recently finished a duathlon. He admits to being a handicapped golfer and loves to get the opportunity to trout fish. He takes in the occasional Memphis Grizzlies and Memphis Redbirds games. He is a scholarship donor for the University of Memphis. His sense of wunderlust drives him to explore and travel anywhere. He likes to sing karaoke in public and in the shower privately! He loves all types of music.