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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.

  • Locations

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

    The Optical Center at Wilmer's Bethesda location
  • Services

    Find information on the many specialized services we provide.

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  • Conditions

    Learn more about the conditions we treat at Wilmer Eye Institute.

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    Available for routine eye exams, diabetic eye exams and dry eye exams. Certain exams may require an order from your provider.
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    New and existing patients: 410-955-5080
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Latest News

  • Student-led Volunteer Group Serves Baltimore Residents

    The Vision Screening in Our Neighborhoods (ViSION) program, founded by Dr. Thomas Johnson and led by students, helps prevent blindness in local communities.

    A student led breakout session from the Vision program
  • Donald Zack Honored with Weeks Award

    Congratulations to Donald Zack, MD, PhD, on being recognized for his ground-breaking contributions to the field of vision research with the Weeks Award.

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  • Wilmer Magazine - Fall 2021

    The Fall 2021 issue of Wilmer magazine provides updates on research efforts related to Alzheimer's disease, as well as the new Genetic Eye Disease Center and other continued efforts transforming the field of ophthalmology.

    Dr. Thomas Johnson
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