Medical Eye Center Providers
Following medical school, ophthalmologists complete three years of comprehensive training in the diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases and abnormalities. Many doctors begin practicing as soon as they have finished their residency. Some ophthalmologists, however, choose to pursue a fellowship, which is an additional year of training that makes them experts in a specific area of the eye. This level of further education is generally considered optional, but many of our doctors prioritized additional training in order to provide the best possible care to their patients. While it is rare to find a practice with even one physician who has completed advanced training, many of the doctors at Medical Eye Center are fellowship-trained. Our specialists each explained the benefits of their advanced training to give you a better idea of the level of skill and knowledge they gained through additional education.