6 Wills Eye Hospital Physicians Make The Ophthalmologist 2022 Power List
The list highlights most inspiring and influential ophthalmologists in the world
PHILADELPHIA – Six outstanding Wills Eye Hospital physicians were recognized for their trailblazing achievements through inclusion on the 2022 Power List by The Ophthalmologist, an industry magazine based in the United Kingdom.
The Wills Eye physicians on the Power List are:
- Julia A. Haller, MD - Ophthalmologist-in-Chief
- Allen C. Ho, MD – Director, Retina Research
- Carl D. Regillo, MD, FACS - Chief, Retina Service
- Carol L. Shields, MD - Chief, Ocular Oncology Service
- George L. Spaeth, MD - Director Emeritus, Glaucoma Service
- Jose Pulido, MD, MS, MBA, MPH - Larry Donoso Endowed Chair and Director, Henry and Corrine Bower Memorial Laboratories for Translational Medicine
“As ophthalmologists, it is truly humbling to receive such a designation, especially since it reflects a vote of our peers,” said Julia A. Haller, MD, Ophthalmologist-in-Chief at Wills Eye Hospital. “I congratulate all of our colleagues who have earned this distinction. It is our great privilege to serve patients every day with compassion, mentor the next generation of physicians, and spearhead research innovations in the field of ophthalmology.”
Power List awardees are nominated by colleagues, peers, and readers of The Ophthalmologist. All six of the Wills Eye physicians have been named to at least one previous list compiled by The Ophthalmologist, including the inaugural 2014 Power List, the 2021 Power List highlighting the most influential female figures in ophthalmology, and others.
“The repeated inclusion of Wills Eye faculty on The Ophthalmologist Power List speaks volumes to the talent, passion, and commitment of our physicians,” said Joseph Bilson, Chief Executive Officer at Wills Eye. “The entire Wills family is proud of the distinguished physicians and alumni who made the list.”
Wills Eye alumni named to this year's list include: Helen Danesh-Meyer, MD; Zelia Maria Correra, MD; Eric Donnenfeld, MD; David Friedman, MD; Steven Gedde, MD; Sir Peng Tee Khaw, MD; and Robert Osher, MD.
To view the 2022 Power List, please visit https://theophthalmologist.com/power-list/2022.
About Wills Eye Hospital:
Established in 1832 as the nation's first hospital specializing in eye care, Wills Eye Hospital is a global leader in ophthalmology. U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks Wills Eye as one of America's top ophthalmology hospitals since the survey began. Wills Eye has the most nationally ranked ophthalmologists in the country and is one of the top academic residency training programs in the USA, as voted by physicians. Wills Eye’s resident and sub-specialty training programs are among the most competitive in the country. The Vickie and Jack Farber Vision Research Center at Wills harnesses the core strengths of Wills, the close connection between innovative research and advanced patient care, to discover therapeutic breakthroughs. Wills provides the full range of primary and subspecialty eye care for improving and preserving sight, including comprehensive ophthalmology, cataract, cornea, retina, emergency care, glaucoma, neuro-ophthalmology, ocular oncology, oculoplastics, pathology, pediatric ophthalmology and ocular genetics, and refractive surgery. Ocular Services include the Wills Laser Correction Center and Diagnostic Center. Its 24/7 Emergency Service is the only one of its kind in the region. Wills Eye also has a network of seven multi-specialty, ambulatory surgery centers throughout the tristate area. To learn more, please visit www.willseye.org.