I have had the privilege of serving the ophthalmology needs of thousands of persons in the San Antonio area for just over 40 years. When I left the faculty at UTHSC-SA in 1985, I started my private practice in NE San Antonio. Subsequently I moved to the Stone Oak area in 1991. Here, I established my practice under the business name “Stone Oak Ophthalmology” first in the Madison Oak building adjacent to North Central Baptist Hospital and then moved to Sonterra Boulevard. I have seperated myself from that name and location and am now doing business as “Sonterra Ophthalmology” relocating to share office space with North Central Ophthalmology.
Through these practice modifications, my commitment to providing excellent eye care for you has never changed and this new independence will allow me to continue that, and if anything, enable me to even enhance that care. I am pleased to be a provider for most of your insurance plans and will continue as a Medicare and Medicaid participating physician.
My new “branding’ symbolizes the two passions I will continue for the remainder of my professional career – finding a cure for breast cancer and supporting our military, past, present, and future. I proudly share this with you and invite you to visit the websites Women in Medicine and Law for the Cure and Paint the Parkway Pink 5k/1 mile Fun Run/Kids Run to see my efforts in breast cancer, and consider supporting the Wounded Warrior Project, Fischer House, and Center for the Intrepid, as I do.
I look forward to seeing you.