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Dr. Thomas A. Underhill

He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Vision Science from Nova Southeastern University and his Doctor of Optometry from the School of Optometry at Nova Southeastern University which is located in Davie, Florida.

Doctor Thomas A. Underhill is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Underhill. He currently lives in Cape Coral, Florida with his wife Ashley and two children, Owen and Lacey. Thomas is a fourth generation native of Fort Myers and is a member of Saint Michael Lutheran Church; attended Saint Michaels Lutheran School and received his high school diploma from Bishop Verot High School. He enjoys outdoor activities such as hunting, boating, and fishing with his family and friends.

As a member of Southwest Florida Optometric Association, the Florida Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association: Dr. Underhill continues post graduate medical education in order to stay current with new ocular procedures and treatments. He looks forward to a career serving his patients’ eyecare needs and being an active member of his community.

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