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Dr. James Huggins

Dr. James R. Huggins was raised at White Lake, NC, and he graduated from North Carolina State University in 2014. He attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where he received his optometry degree. He has always had an enormous love for the Carolina coast, and he recently moved to Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, where he likes to spend his time outdoors; hunting, fishing, and surfing.

Dr. Huggins loves being the primary eye care physician for patients of all ages and has a strong passion for keeping up with the newest advancements in optometric care. He’s made a lifelong commitment to constantly continuing his education to assure the best care possible for his patients. He is member of the South Carolina Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association.