Dr. DeHaven was a part of DeHaven Eye Clinic long before becoming a surgeon. As a long-time resident of East Texas, he has a particular concern for his neighbors. That's why he has focused on providing the best eye surgery possible.
High school - Robert E. Lee, Tyler, TX (1977)
Bachelor of Science (Biology) - Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX (1977-1981)
Medical Degree - University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, TX (1981-1985)
Preceptorship in Eye Pathology - Wilmer Eye Institute (John Hopkins Medical School) (July - Aug, 1983)
Residency (Ophthalmology) - University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and Parkland Hospital (1985-1989)
American Board of Ophthalmology
American Board of Eye Surgery
Trinity Mother Frances
East Texas Medical Center
DeHaven Eye Clinic / DeHaven Surgical Center since July 1989
Clinical Instructor in ophthalmology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas since March 1990
Dr. DeHaven is an Adjunct Professor of Continuing Education, University of Houston College of Optometry
Graduated Cum Laude from Southern Methodist University.
Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society at SMU.
National Honor Society in High School.
'Athlete of the Year' at Robert E. Lee High School, 1977.
Texas 'All-State' swimming team, 1977.
Elected to Alpha Omega Alpha Honorary Medical Society, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical School, 1985.
American Academy of Ophthalmology
Texas Medical Association
American Medical Association
Texas Ophthalmological Association
Dallas Academy of Ophthalmology
Smith County Medical Society
1. The Learning Curve in Extracapsular Cataract Extraction (resident experience), (unpublished) 1987.
2. Glare and Contrast Sensitivity Testing (unpublished) 1988.
3. Endothelial Cell Loss in ECCE vs Phacoemulsification (unpublished) 1989.
SPECIAL OPHTHALMIC INTERESTS:
Cataract and Refractive surgery
Playing guitar, hunting, golf, swimming
Green Acres Baptist Church, Tyler, TX