The Physicians' Eye Surgery Center is a designated Cataract Innovator and a freestanding outpatient surgical facility providing a full range of eye procedures. We dedicated to caring for residents of Charleston and nearby communities.
As an APEX Quality Award winner, we are dedicated to achieving the highest levels of patient satisfaction and quality care.
We are proud that one of our surgeons, Kerry D. Solomon, M.D., was recently named the 2016 President for the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons. Learn more here.Learn More
Thank you for choosing The Physicians' Eye Surgery Center. Please call your physician’s office to schedule your procedure, cancel your procedure, follow up on results and for any urgent after hours concerns.
At The Physicians' Eye Surgery Center, your time is as valuable to us as it is to you. That's why we provide online access to a variety of forms that patients may complete before their visit.
You will receive an easy to understand bill for the services provided at The Physicians' Eye Surgery Center. You will also receive separate bills from you surgeon and the anesthesia services company. Co-insurance and deductibles are due on the day of surgery.
At Physicians' Eye Surgery Center, we strive to make our patients’ process as easy and convenient as possible. With our online bill pay option, you can securely make a payment for your service online.
Dr. John Boatwright, Jr.
Dr. John Hyatt
Dr. Robert Peyser
Dr. Leslie Scarlett
Dr. Kerry Solomon
Dr. Berdine Burger
Dr. Charlene Grice
Dr. Paul Herring
Dr. Gene Howard
Dr. Thomas Mather
Dr. Thomas Newland
Dr. Robert Reuther
Dr. Amber Sturges
Dr. John Thompson
Dr. Eric Jablon
PA-C. Malissa Sandhu
Dr. Francisco A. Folgar
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The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine has set a goal that is challenging but attainable: eliminating correctable vision problems in the United States by 2030.