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Wilmer Eye Institute
at Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, MD
The Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins, founded in 1925, is an internationally renowned eye institution that specializes in the diagnosis and management of complex medical and surgical eye disease; and serves as a preeminent provider of routine eye care and refractive, optical, cosmetic, and eye trauma services for the Mid-Atlantic region. Wilmer is also recognized as a national leader in research and in the training of medical students, residents, fellows, and ophthalmic technicians. As the largest department of ophthalmology in the United States, Wilmer Eye Institute has earned recognition for bringing together ophthalmologists and optometrists consistently regarded as the finest in the field.
On Wilmer Eye Institute's web site, you will be able to find an overview of Wilmer’s various departments, physicians’ profiles and research activities; as well as information on their multiple service locations and how to make appointments at Wilmer.
Wilmer Eye Institute
Johns Hopkins Hospital
600 N. Wolfe Street / Maumenee 327
Baltimore, MD 21287-9238
To make an appointment, please call Jamee Paterniti, Patient Coordinator, at 410-955-5257.
Frequently Asked Questions for PROSE patients.
Medical professionals: to refer a patient for PROSE treatment at Wilmer Eye Institute, please complete the referral form and fax it, with your last note, to the attention of the PROSE Clinic at
A Life Changed
I just want you to know how thankful I am to you and your staff. Jamee Paterniti, your PROSE Coordinator, is amazing. Any request I have submitted to her, she has truly gone above and beyond for me. This type of patient service is invaluable."
— Robyn Mattern, keratoconus patient
read Robyn's letter