Guri Bronner, M.D.
Subspecialty: Surgery and Medicine of the Retina and Vitreous
Fellowship: Vanderbilt University/Vanderbilt Eye Institute
Award: J. Donald M. Gass, MD Fellow in Retina and Vitreous Surgery
Residencies: Ophthalmology, UMDNJ – New Jersey Medical School
Internship: Yale/Greenwich Hospital in Internal Medicine
MD: Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Diplomate: American Board of Ophthalmology
Member: American Academy of Ophthalmology, American Academy of Retina Specialists, American Medical Association
On the Forefront of Advances In The Treatment of Retinal Diseases
Evolving new treatment modalities have provided us the ability to improve outcomes better than we could have in the past, even just a few years ago. These are potentially blinding diseases that we can today manage, enabling our patients to maintain their vision. In retinal disease treatment, we have the opportunity to use cutting edge technology and treatment modalities to provide maximum benefit to our patients.
A Commitment to Sharing and Extending Knowledge in Our Specialty
I am privileged to have lectured to retina specialists, general ophthalmologists and optometrists as well as at national meetings and to patients in our community. I have lectured on macular degeneration and on unusual cases. As a fellow at Vanderbilt, I was also on faculty and spent time teaching residents in the operating room, in the clinic and in lectures.
A Passion For Patient Care
I get enormous satisfaction from my work. I feel blessed to have the opportunity to make a positive difference every day in the lives of my patients.