SAMUEL F. BOLES, MD
Oct 10, 2018 12:00AM
● By Brian Saucedo
Dr. Samuel Boles is a person of impeccable credentials: a board certified ophthalmologist, one of Maryland’s top ophthalmic surgeons, and the leader of Anne Arundel Eye Center’s state-of-the-art treatment center. Yet, he is most gratified by the thousands of patients he’s helped to restore and preserve their vision.
The Center he founded not only offers ophthalmic exams and diagnostic surgical eye care, but also specializes in the treatment of both glaucoma and cataracts. In addition to exceptional expertise in the traditional method of cataract surgery, Dr. Boles offers the Laser Assisted (LenSX) method, the most technologically-advanced option for cataract patients today.
Anne Arundel Eye Center’s entire medical team of caring and knowledgeable professionals, including Consultative Optometrists Kathryn Turner, OD, and Nicole Regis, OD, make the best eye care comfortable and accessible to everyone.
WHO I AM
YOUR MOST OFTEN SAID GENERAL ADVICE TO PATIENTS
Please get your eyes checked before you experience a problem. When we have your baseline measures, it is much easier to prevent and correct major issues in the future.
WHAT DO YOU LOVE MOST ABOUT YOUR PRACTICE?
I enjoy every interaction with our patients and our outstanding staff. It’s especially fulfilling when I gain and share new knowledge to optimize their visual health.
ABOUT DR. BOLES
Dr. Boles received his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia, completed his post-doctoral training at a Harvard University Cornea research lab, a Yale University affiliated Hospital in Bridgeport, Connecticut, George Washington University for Ophtahalmology Residency, and the University of California, San Diego, for Glaucoma Fellowship. He helped originate the Glaucoma Co-Management Roundtable to improve patient care through better communication and education. Dr. Boles is a former member of the Board of Directors at The Polakoff Foundation and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Maryland Society for Sight. He is an active volunteer in the community offering periodic free screenings and specific community outreach programs.
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