The Retina Group of Washington
The Retina Group of Washington (RGW) is one of the largest and most highly respected retinal and macular practices in the country. What sets us apart is the extensive experience and sub-specialty expertise of our physicians and surgeons, who complement their patient care by conducting cutting-edge research and administering a Fellowship program to train future ophthalmologists.
RGW’s doctors offer several hundred years of collective experience in diagnosing, treating and performing surgeries on the full range of retinal and macular diseases. They are acknowledged to be among the finest in the field and are frequently recognized with professional awards or asked to write articles or make presentations on a variety of industry subjects.
Our offices are situated throughout the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area in convenient locations in suburban Maryland and Virginia, and in the District of Columbia. All are in close proximity to either public transportation or major highways, allowing patients easy access from wherever they live or work.
Our doctors use the most highly sophisticated and specially-designed medical instruments to evaluate the retina, vitreous and macula. Since RGW regularly participates in landmark clinical studies of new therapies and procedures, we are uniquely prepared to provide the most comprehensive medical and surgical treatment of any and all adult retinal diseases.
“I would recommend RGW to anyone with a serious eye problem. The doctors take the time to explain themselves in a way you can understand. And they are so very thorough and treat you like an important person, not just another patient.”
Martha Bowen - Springfield, Va.
“So my story is one of thankfulness for the medical technology…and my personal appreciation for Dr. Byrnes — his craft, expertise and support.”
Peggy Payne - Manassas, Va.
“Everyone there gives me the warmest welcome and asks how I’m doing. Thank goodness Dr. Berinstein acted so quickly after identifying my problem. If he hadn’t, I wouldn’t be here.”
Raul Falconi - Washington, D.C.