We strive to train and educate the highest quality trainee in an effort to enrich the ophthalmic care to our communities and to ignite a passion to care for the needs around the world.
We offer an ophthalmic training program with a long history of excellence focused on comprehensive ophthalmic care. Since 1980, our collective resident average has always scored above the national average on the nationally standardized OKAP examination. Additionally, no graduate has failed to obtain board certification through the American Board of Ophthalmology. Our residents are competent and capable to enter busy ophthalmic practices as well as match into an ophthalmic subspecialty if they desire further subspecialization.
We strive to offer an environment which encourages compassionate care in an atmosphere of community and scholarly activity. Our residents tend to be a tight knit community with a dynamic relationship with the core faculty.
We accept three ophthalmology residents per year.