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The Convergence of Science and Patient Care

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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  • Schedule through MyChart

    Existing Patients: Log into MyChart | Sign up for MyChart.

    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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  • Schedule by phone

    New and existing patients: 410-955-5080
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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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Your generous contributions help push the Wilmer Eye Institute to new discoveries leading to the next generation of treatments and cures.


Latest News

  • Patient Perspective: Retinal Detachments

    Patient J. Myers shares his experience of surgery to repair a detached retina, while Dr. Adrienne Scott explains what happens during the procedure and why.

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  • Wilmer Annual Report

    Wilmer's 2022 Annual Report shows how we are breaking boundaries to provide life- and vision-saving care, inform national standards and expand opportunities for underrepresented physicians.

    Jeff Stevenson and his family in their home
  • Leading in Everyday Ethics and Health Equity

    “What’s always been important for me in my care of patients is the sanctity of the relationship between a doctor and a patient … and caring for patients as a whole.”

    Megan Collins



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