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1Craig Kennedy, O.D.

Dr. Craig Kennedy is a 1987 graduate of Wilburton High School in Wilburton, Oklahoma. After graduation, he moved to Tahlequah to attend Northeastern State University (NSU). In 1995, he graduated with honors with a Doctoral Degree from the NSU College of Optometry. He completed his internship at NSU and W.W. Hastings Hospital in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

Upon graduation, Dr. Kennedy moved to McAlester and joined Warren Clinic where he provided comprehensive eye care for over 17 years. Throughout his career at the Warren Clinic, Dr. Kennedy built lasting relationships with his patients by providing quality eye care and understanding his patients' vision needs.

In 2012, Dr, Kennedy decided it was time to open his practice and in November of 2012, he opened "KENNEDY EYECARE". This move has allowed us to expand our business, providing a more comprehensive, pleasurable experience for patients obtaining quality, thorough, complete vision care. Dr. Kennedy continues to provide this quality eye health and vision care for his patients with all the latest technologically advanced equipment available.

Dr. Kennedy is an active member of several professional organizations, including the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians, and the American Optometric Association.  Dr. Kennedy has also served in many community organizations such as the McAlester Rotary Club and McAlester Lions Club.

 

2Anna Million, O.D.

Dr. Anna Million, a Mississippi native, began her journey in optometry after graduating from Pine Grove High School in 2014. She pursued her passion by obtaining a Bachelor's of Science degree from Blue Mountain Christian University. Her educational journey then took her to Pikeville, Kentucky, where she attended the Kentucky College of Optometry. It was during this time that she met her husband, and they celebrated their wedding on May 6, 2022, just a day before their graduation from optometry school.

Following their graduation, Dr. Anna and her husband made the move back to Dr. Michael’s hometown of McAlester, Oklahoma, where they became part of the Kennedy Eyecare team. Outside of her professional life, Dr. Anna is a devoted dog lover, cherishing her companions, Cooper and Risley. She is also an avid reader and loves watching football, where her loyalty is divided between Ole Miss and the University of Oklahoma.

Professionally, she is an active member of the American Optometry Association and the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians, where she currently serves on the Board of Directors as the District 3 Director.

 

Michael Million3, O.D.

Meet Dr. Michael Million. Our only doctor who calls McAlester his hometown, Dr. Michael graduated from McAlester High School in 2012. He then embarked on his academic journey, attending East Central University on a golf scholarship. In 2016, he graduated with a major in Biology and a Minor in Chemistry. He continued on to Kentucky College of Optometry, where he met his life partner, Anna. Together, they embarked on their careers as optometrists after moving back to his hometown, where they both joined the Kennedy Eyecare family.

Beyond the optometry world, Dr. Million's heart belongs to his two canine companions, Risley and Cooper. Golf and football are big parts of his life, and he loves OU and the Dallas Cowboys. 

Dr. Michael is not only dedicated to his patients but also to his professional community. He's an active member of the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians and the American Optometric Association.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

 

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