The mission of AOS is to
serve the total visual health care needs
of the people through
public and professional
education, membership services, andlegislative advocacy.
The AOS is dedicated to
the public'sdirect access
to an ophthalmologist's care.
The AOS is the leader in promoting visual health and accessible, affordable,
quality total eye care.
PO Box 55088
Little Rock, AR 72215-5088
The Arkansas Ophthalmological Society (AOS), Arkansas Eye MDs, is a statewide professional society representing ophthalmologists practicing in the state of Arkansas. The primary purpose of AOS is to maintain the high quality of medical eye care in Arkansas by serving its members through professional education, practice management and advocacy efforts.
An Invitation to You
As you browse through the new AOS website, we encourage you to explore the pages that illustrate the special expertise of an ophthalmologist in the delivery of medical and surgical eye care. Ophthalmologists are highly trained providers of medical eye care, including the prescription of corrective lenses and surgical procedures, treating eye diseases such as glaucoma and macular degeneration.
Our Website Caters to Three Audiences
Public - Help Arkansans find an Eye MD near them. The Arkansas Ophthalmological Society currently has 90 members who practice out of multiple offices.
AOS Members - Make important information accessible to AOS members in a quick, efficient manner. Our Members Only content includes legislative information, a search for your local representative, and the AOS newsletter.
Non-Member Ophthalmologists - Inform non-member ophthalmologists how membership in the AOS would benefit them, and provide them with the opportunity to begin the application process online. Please visit our section titled: Membership Information.
Notice - The form 990 (Tax Return) for the Arkansas Ophthalmological Society is available for inspection during normal business hours at the Society office. Please call for appointment.