John E. Bokosky, M.D., F.A.C.S, Neil T. Choplin, M.D. and Asa D. Morton, M.D., are board certified Ophthalmologists. Their combined experience offers patients the best quality care and has positioned Eye Care of San Diego / California Laser Vision Inc. as one of the leading full-service Ophthalmic Medical Centers in San Diego.
Office hours: Mon-Fri, 7am-5pm
Call for an Appointment: (619) 296-8525 for our Mission Hills Office Or (760) 738-7800 for our Escondido Office.
Years In Practice35
EducationDr. Bokosky earned his doctorate in medicine from the University of Illinois College of Medicine, Chicago Il 60680
Dr Bokosky graduated with high honors, and was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha.
Dr. Bokosky received his fellowship in cornea and external diseases from the University of Michigan.
TrainingUniversity of Wisconson Hospital and Clinic- Ophthalmology;
Scripps Mercy Hosp, Flexible Or Transitional Year
AffiliationsScripps Mercy Sharp Hospital San Diego Eye Bank -Director
Office StaffTracee McCoy is the Practice Manager of Eye Care of San Diego. She has held this position for 8 years. She handles all practice, patient and employee issues for ECSD and can be reached directly at 619-243-0216 to assist you.
Donna Riner-Gehring, C.O.T is the Clinic Manager. She has been with Eye Care of San Diego for 11 years. Donna also handles our Laser Vision consults and workers compensation. Donna can be reached directly at 619-243-0581 to assist you.
Injuries or infections, whether bacterial, fungal, or viral, are frequent causes of severe corneal damage and scaring. Abnormal steepening of the cornea (Keratoconus), corneal failure following Cataract Surgery (corneal swelling or edema), hereditary corneal failure such as Fuchs Dystrophy and some aging processes can also affect the clarity and health of the cornea. In some cases, Corneal Transplant Surgery is necessary. We offer both DSAEK (Descemet's Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty) and standard full thickness corneal transplants. Dr. Bokosky has dedicated his career to the treatment of corneal diseases, trauma to the cornea and corneal transplant surgery.
A cataract is a cloudy area that develops on the lens of the eye, blocking light to the back of the eye, resulting in changes in one's vision. These changes can include cloudy, fuzzy or filmy vision, changes in the way you see colors, increased glare from headlights, lamps or the sun, frequent changes in your eyeglass prescription, and double vision. Comprehensive eye exams can detect the presence cataracts. They can be treated with stronger bifocals or magnifying lenses to improve your vision on a temporary basis. However, once the loss of vision begins to affect your life or the things you enjoy doing, cataracts can be surgically removed in a minor, outpatient procedure. This procedure entails the removal of the cataract and the implanting of an artificial lens. Many of our patients are able to enjoy the freedom of no longer needing reading glasses following this procedure. The physicians at Eye Care of San Diego offer you vast experience in performing cataract surgery. You can be assured that you or your family members will receive unsurpassed care by one of the best surgeons in the feild. If you suspect you may have a cataract, please call for a comprehensive eye examination.
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