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Services We Offer & Conditions We Treat:

  • Annual Eye Examinations
  • Contact Lens Examinations and Fittings
  • Diabetic Screening
  • Glaucoma Screening
  • Macular Degeneration Screening
  • Allergy Treatment
  • BOTOX™ Facial injections
  • Cataract Surgery
  • Corneal Transplantation
  • Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery
  • External Disease
  • Glaucoma, Medical and Surgical Therapy
  • Laser Vision Correction
  • Lens Implantations
  • Low Vision Aids
  • Neuro-Ophthalmology
  • Ocular Plastic Surgery
  • Retina and Vitreous Treatment
  • Strabismus
  • Uveitis Treatment


Comprehensive Eye Care Services

To preserve and restore your vision is the singular mission of the Department of Ophthalmology at The GW Medical Faculty Associates. As nationally and internationally recognized clinicians and educators, we combine the excellence of academic medicine with cutting-edge clinical services—in one dedicated private practice. As specialists in all sub-specialties of Ophthalmology, and board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology, we provide diagnostic, therapeutic, and surgical expertise in the treatment of cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and related eye diseases. In preparing for the future of eye care, we are training the ophthalmologists of today—and are at the forefront of clinical research that will influence the management of eye disease tomorrow. How can we help you?


The GW Medical Faculty Associates does not accept any vision care plans. 


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