Robin S. Wilson, M.D.

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Robin S. Wilson, M.D., is a native of Milwaukee. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and completed her medical education at the University of Wisconsin Medical School in 1983. After an internship at St. Luke’s Hospital in Milwaukee she spent a year in general medical practice, also in Milwaukee. She completed her training in ophthalmology at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics in Madison.
Dr. Wilson is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and is a fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. She is a member of the Wisconsin Academy of Ophthalmology, Research to Prevent Blindness, the Milwaukee County Medical Society and the State Medical Society of Wisconsin. She practices general ophthalmology.
Dr. Wilson has traveled to Mexico where she has volunteered her services as an eye surgeon and restored vision to those blinded by cataracts. She and her husband have one son who occupies most of her free time, although she enjoys cooking, knitting, gardening and reading mysteries.
Dr. Wilson and the team of experienced eye doctors and staff at Milwaukee Eye Care Associates are dedicated to providing comprehensive eye diagnosis and treatment for patients of all ages.
To schedule an appointment call 414-271-2020.

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Board Certified
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Primary Specialty
Comprehensive Ophthalmology
Secondary Specialty
General
Title
Ophthalmologist (MD)
Frank Richardson
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Summary: Peer Praises
May 27th, 2016
I hope this message gets to Dr. Robin Wilson. My name is Frank Richardson, formerly a broadcast news announcer at WTMJ Radio. She was the performing eye surgeon when I got interocular lens implants in the mid 90's, commonly known as cataract surgery. Lately, because of pesky floaters that have become quite a nuisance, I've been to several eye doctors who all advise against laser or any other surgery because the movement of these floaters make it difficult to laser and the benefits of living with the problem far outweighs the risks of trying to rid myself of the problem, which might go away anyway. NOW TO MY POINT: All of the doctors I've seen since the implants have marveled at the work Robin did. Just today, 20 years after her surgery, a doctor I saw told me "that's a work of art, they're in excellent condition. My praises to the doctor who performed these implants." I can only echo his remarks and say I wish I could see Dr. Wilson in person to tell her so. Being in (warmer) Calabash, NC, that's difficult but my appreciation for her work lingers...
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