I have been a patient of Dr. Ann Warn since 2013 and couldn’t be happier with DMEI Lawton.
Yes, as others have mentioned, time spent in the waiting room is occasionally long. But this has happened to me exactly twice in almost six years–both when I was a new patient. Since then, I have called in with potential emergency symptoms on more than one occasion and always been seen by Dr. Warn that same day.
The staff at DMEI Lawton, from the front office, to the techs, to the people in white coats, conduct themselves in a most professional manner. I’ve even witnessed the receptionist helping older patients fill out info on an unfamiliar I-pad. Obviously, this is more than just a job for her–it is a passion. Dr. Warn’s tech, Robin, is also a good example of this.
I’m an extremely near-sighted 50 year old with a family history of retinal detachment and macular degeneration who has already had cataract surgery. Frankly, I would camp outside Dean McGee Lawton in a pup tent over night to see my favorite ophthalmologist. She is my hero!