Who We Are
– We’ve served Florida since 1973 –

The Florida Eye Clinic was founded in 1973. At that time, it consisted of one ophthalmologist practicing in a small office in Altamonte Springs. During the past two decades, Florida Eye Clinic has grown to include 13 ophthalmologists and 14 optometrists practicing in 12 locations across Central Florida, from Clermont to Winter Springs, from Kissimmee to Ormond Beach. Our main office, in Altamonte Springs, is a 30,000 square foot building which also houses a state-of-the-art Ambulatory Surgical Center with three operating suites.

 

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Meet the team
— Our Specialists Are Here to Help —

Ophthalmologists

An ophthalmologist is a specialist who focuses on the treatment of disorders and diseases of the eye. At Florida Eye Clinic our ophthalmologists are fellowship trained in Cornea, Glaucoma, Retina and Neuro-ophthalmology. Ophthalmologists focus on the medical health of the eye and treating disease states ranging from Dry Eye to Retinal diseases.

Optometrists

Optometrists provide primary vision care ranging from routine eye care to the diagnosis, treatment, and management of vision changes. Optometrists typically focus on routine eye care. Although at Florida Eye Clinic, our optometrists, based upon their level of training and expertise will treat patients for both routine and medical; and have the great benefit of 12 ophthalmologists to counsel with and refer to within the Florida Eye Clinic Network of physicians.

Badge American Academy Of Ophthalmology protecting sight, Empowering lives

Badge American Board Of Ophthalmology Advancing Excellence in Eye Care

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ATTENTION FLORIDA EYE CLINIC PATIENTS

While we are not currently seeing patients for routine eye care, we are available to you and yours for urgent care, retina care and emergency visits. Please call us to meet your eye care needs. 407-834-7776

March 20, 2020

Dear Patients,

Many of you have recently been told by our office that your elective cataract surgery has been temporarily cancelled. We have been advised by the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, and the Centers for Disease Control that we should stop all elective surgery immediately as a result of the Coronavirus epidemic. This recommendation includes cataract surgery and is in effect until further notice.

As surgeons we could never have imagined a situation in which we would not be allowed to offer a life changing procedure like cataract surgery. However, these are exceptional times. The recommendations to cease surgery are designed to protect the public health and to stop the spread of this disease.

As soon as we hear that this ban on elective surgery has been lifted, and that it is safe to offer surgery, our office will contact you to reschedule your procedure. Please do not call the office to ask for a reschedule date at this time as we do not know when we will be given the directive to restart surgery.

We appreciate your patience. Until then stay safe, and stay home.

Best regards,
Harry R. Pappas, M.D.
Peter Gruenberg, M.D.
Ross Parks, M.D.
James Jochum, M.D.
Catherine Wang, M.D.
Myhanh Nguyen, M.D.
David Letbetter, M.D.
Michelle Cho, M.D.
Bradley Shoss, M.D.
Thomas Steedle, M.D.
Samantha Xavier, M.D.
Stephanie Terrill, M.D.
Paul Chiranand, M.D.


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