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Wilmer Eye Institute - AFB Directory Profile

General Information

Wilmer Eye Institute
Johns Hopkins Hospital
600 N. Wolfe Street
Baltimore, MD 21287
(410) 955-0580 (Local)
(410) 614-7965 (Fax)
wilmerinfo@jhmi.edu
http://www.wilmereyeinstitute.org

Brief Description

Hours of operation: Mon-Friday 8:00AM-4:30PM
Staff description: Optometrists, social workers, ophthalmologists by referral, occupational therapists.
Geographic area served: Unlimited

Locations

10753 Falls Road
Pavillion II Suite 455
Lutherville, MD 21093

620 Boulton Street
Bel Air, MD 21014

87 Thomas Johnson Dr.
Suite 102
Frederick, MD 21702

Staff

Tiffany Chan, Optometrist
Ashley Deemer, Optometrist
James Deremeik, Rehabilitation Therapist
Judith Goldstein, Chief Optometrist, Low Vision Rehabilitation Service
Kristen Lindeman, Occupational Therapist

Services Offered

Services for Adults

  • Counseling
    • Offers counseling and social work services.
  • Daily Living Skills/Independent Living Skills Training
    • Provides training in adapting to the environment, acquiring visual skills, and use of devices. Refers to other professionals as indicated.
  • Low Vision Services
    • Provides low vision evaluation and follow-up. Prescribes and supplies low vision devices.

Services for Children

  • Health
    • The Comprehensive Eye Service provides basic diagnostic, medical, and surgical services. These services include:
      • screening and treatment for common eye diseases (e.g., cataract, glaucoma, diabetes-related eye problems)
      • spectacle and contact lens prescriptions and evaluation of patients who may have visual loss or complaints but do not know the diagnosis.
      The Comprehensive Eye Service may also act as the entry point to Wilmer subspecialty care for patients needing specific additional medical or surgical services.
  • Low Vision Services
    • At the Low Vision Rehabilitative Service, a multidisciplinary team of doctors and rehabilitative specialists works closely with the patient, family, friends and the referring doctor to assist an individual in regaining function lost by visual impairment. This typically includes addressing vision issues causing problems with reading, driving and activities of daily living.
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