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Laura Di Meglio, O.D.

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Instructor of Ophthalmology


Languages: English, French, Italian

Expertise: Optometry, Primary Eye Care

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The Johns Hopkins Hospital


600 N. Wolfe Street Wilmer Eye Institute Baltimore, MD 21287 map

Johns Hopkins Medicine - Green Spring Station


10753 Falls Road Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute, Pavilion II Lutherville, MD 21093 map


Laura Di Meglio, O.D., is an instructor of ophthalmology at the Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins. As a primary care optometrist, she provides routine eye exams, diabetic eye exams and co-manages glaucoma, cataracts and post-refractive surgery. Dr. Di Meglio also specializes in contact lenses and advanced contact lens fittings, including scleral, rigid gas permeable, orthokeratology, soft toric and soft multifocal lenses. She also has a special interest in diagnosing and managing ocular surface abnormalities and disease. 

Dr. Di Meglio received her optometry degree from New England College of Optometry, where she also completed a an additional year of residency training in Cornea and Contact lenses.

Prior to joining Johns Hopkins, her clinical field placements included the University of Maryland and the Veterans Affairs Hospital in White River Junction, VT. more


  • Instructor of Ophthalmology

Departments / Divisions



  • New England College of Optometry Residency Program / Optometry (2015)

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