Wayne L. Barber, M.D., F.A.A.O.

Wayne L. Barber, M.D., F.A.A.O.

“I have always found helping people to be uplifting. I like listening to peoples' problems and figuring out how I can use my ability to help them. That's why I became an ophthalmologist. After over 27 years in practice, I still feel gratified when I hear people say, 'I see better now, thanks to you.’”

Constantly Seeking Knowledge

“When I was in college, I was always interested in learning more than just what was required for the course. Today, I’m the same way in my practice. I constantly strive to learn all the latest techniques for the benefit of my patients. As a result, I was the first ophthalmologist in Carroll County to perform radial keratotomy, laser vision correction for myopia, and phacoemulsification for cataracts.”     

  • BS: Biochemistry, University of Maryland, summa cum laude     
  • MD: University of Maryland School of Medicine, cum laude     
  • Internship: Internal Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital     
  • Chief Resident in Ophthalmology: Greater Baltimore Medical Center  

Highly Involved, Highly Informed

“Being involved with professional organizations keeps me informed about what’s going on in the eye care world. I enjoy going out and meeting my peers and exchanging information with them. New information is the cornerstone to providing the most thorough care available.”

  • Former Chief of Section: Ophthalmology and ENT Surgery, Carroll Hospital Center
  • Certified: American Board of Ophthalmology, American Board of Eye Surgery
  • Fellow: American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • Member: American Medical Association, Carroll County Medical Association, American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, Maryland Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons

Giving The Gift Of Clear Vision

“Every year, I provide free eye exams to low-income senior citizens as part of the National Eye Care Project. I feel honored to have the knowledge to improve a person’s eyesight, and therefore I feel it is my duty to share it with those who are less fortunate. Most senior citizens find great joy in reading books, and I want to help them retain their favorite pastime for as long as possible.”



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Wayne L. Barber, M.D., F.A.A.O.

 

Constantly Seeking Knowledge

“When I was in college, I was always interested in learning more than just what was required for the course. Today, I’m the same way in my practice. I constantly strive to learn all the latest techniques for the benefit of my patients. As a result, I was the first ophthalmologist in Carroll County to perform radial keratotomy, laser vision correction for myopia, and phacoemulsification for cataracts.”     

 

·         BS: Biochemistry, University of Maryland, summa cum laude     

·         MD: University of Maryland School of Medicine, cum laude     

·         Internship: Internal Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital     

·         Chief Resident in Ophthalmology: Greater Baltimore Medical Center  

 

Highly Involved, Highly Informed

“Being involved with professional organizations keeps me informed about what’s going on in the eye care world. I enjoy going out and meeting my peers and exchanging information with them. New information is the cornerstone to providing the most thorough care available.”

 

·         Former Chief of Section: Ophthalmology and ENT Surgery, Carroll Hospital Center

·         Certified: American Board of Ophthalmology, American Board of Eye Surgery

·         Fellow: American Academy of Ophthalmology

·         Member: American Medical Association, Carroll County Medical Association, American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, Maryland Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons

 

Giving The Gift Of Clear Vision

“Every year, I provide free eye exams to low-income senior citizens as part of the National Eye Care Project. I feel honored to have the knowledge to improve a person’s eyesight, and therefore I feel it is my duty to share it with those who are less fortunate. Most senior citizens find great joy in reading books, and I want to help them retain their favorite pastime for as long as possible.”

 

“I have always found helping people to be uplifting. I like listening to peoples' problems and figuring out how I can use my ability to help them. That's why I became an ophthalmologist. After over 27 years in practice, I still feel gratified when I hear people say, 'I see better now, thanks to you.’”

- Wayne L. Barber, M.D., F.A.A.O

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