Our Expertise for Your Vision.
Our physicians at Retina Specialists of Michigan are highly skilled, board certified, fellowship-trained retinal specialists who treat a wide variety of eye conditions and diseases in both adults and children.
Our staff has the knowledge, skills, training, and experience that are key in delivering high standards of patient care. We have aligned ourselves with many organizations that allow us to continue to develop as professionals as well as community members.
We strive for more at Retina Specialists of Michigan.
What our Patients are Saying
” This was my first visit to this practice. From the moment I walked in the door, I was impressed with the efficient and courteous staff. I was anxious that I had to see a retinal specialist but this group alleviated my fears.”
” The care I get in this practice is exceptional. I highly recommend! “
” Everyone was professional, helpful, and friendly. All my questions were answered in a way that I understood. I would recommend this practice to anyone needing a retina specialist and I will not hesitate to return again. “
” Retina Specialists of Michigan has always treated me extremely well. If I could rate them better than “excellent” I would. “
” This is a first class facility. Everyone treated me with honor and respect. The whole experience from hello to good bye was a joy. Very friendly, courteous, and knowledgeable and definitely made you feel at ease. I would definitely recommend this facility. “
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