Earl Eye

Earl Eye , MD, FAACP

Jacksonville, FL

Cenegenics Jacksonville

Dr. Earl Eye has practiced medicine for 40 years in Jacksonville and Atlanta and is board certified in five medical specialties, including advanced training in Age-Management medicine. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from the West Virginia University School of Medicine and completed his Internal Medicine residency at the University of Florida. He went on to earn fellowships in Infectious Diseases, Pulmonary Diseases, and Critical Care. From 1973 to 2008 he was the senior partner of a 6-physician private practice and holds privileges at nine area hospitals, where he made rounds. He also taught as an associate professor at the University of Florida. Currently, Dr. Eye is the President and Chief Medical Officer of Cenegenics Jacksonville and a Partner at Cenegenics Atlanta. He is also an Institute Physician at Cenegenics’ corporate headquarters in Las Vegas, NV.

During his career, Dr. Eye became increasingly discontented with the current medical model’s fix-it-when-it’s-broken, disease-focused approach. In 2004, he transitioned out of conventional medicine and into preventative medicine. His current practice offers comprehensive, individualized, precision medicine and concierge service to help men and women live healthier, more vibrant lives. This consists of a blend of hormone optimization, nutraceutical supplementation, and advanced exercise and nutrition counseling.

Most recently, Dr. Eye has added an erectile dysfunction treatment procedure to his Jacksonville and Atlanta practices to help men and women regain and optimize their sexual functioning. And, he’s performing next-generation Regenerative Medicine treatments, utilizing Wharton’s jelly-derived stem cells and exosomes. These treatments help patients repair, rebuild and rejuvenate their own human tissue by supercharging the body’s natural healing process.


  • MD, West Virginia University School of Medicine, graduating magna cum laude
  • Internships at Montefiore Hospital (Pittsburgh, PA)
  • Residency at the University of Florida-Shands Hospital (Jacksonville, FL)
  • Fellowships in infectious diseases, pulmonary diseases, and critical care
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