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The Wilmer Eye Institute is a leader in the delivery of state-of-the-art eye care.
Our experts, including top-ranked ophthalmologists and optometrists, are available at nine convenient locations across Maryland.

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    View our nine locations to decide which Wilmer site is right for you.

    The Optical Center at Wilmer's Bethesda location
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For eye exams, frames, contacts and more, Wilmer Optical offers the specialized service you need across eight locations in Maryland.

 
 

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Latest News

 
  • Wilmer Magazine - Annual Report 2020

    The Summer 2020 issue of Wilmer magazine provides updates on research efforts related to COVID-19, as well as other continued efforts transforming the field of ophthalmology.

    Donald Zack, M.D.
  • Wilmer Voted Best Pediatric Vision Care

    Congratulations to the support staff and providers of Wilmer's pediatric division for their unwavering commitment to care and being recognized as the "Best Pediatric Vision Care" by the readers of Baltimore's Child Magazine.

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  • Changes in the Eye May Offer Early Warning for Alzheimer’s

    Some say eyes are windows to the soul, but Dr. Amir Kashani and his team show they offer insight into the mind as well. Pics of blood flow in eyes may detect early signs of Alzheimer's Disease.

    seudo‐colored images representing magnitude of capillary flow
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