Bachelor of Arts, Cornell University, New York
Doctor of Medicine, Temple University School of Medicine
Internship, Pennsylvania Hospital
Ophthalmology Residency, University of Florida
Vitreoretinal Fellowship, Barnes Hospital
Diplomate, American Board of Ophthalmology
Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners
Doctor Staman holds a Bachelors of Arts degree from Cornell University, New York and earned his medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine. He completed an internship at Pennsylvania Hospital and an ophthalmology residency at the University of Florida.
Following residency training, Dr. Staman completed a vitreoretinal fellowship at Barnes Hospital.
He enjoys coaching his son’s soccer team, reading, traveling with his family and is an avid Jacksonville Jaguar football fan.
Doctor Staman is the founder of Florida Retina Institute, which he established in 1979.
Phi Eta Sigma — Freshman Honor Society
Physican Service Award
American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO)
American Society of Retina Specialists (ASRS)
Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville
Baptist Medical Center - The Beaches
Clinical Assistant Professorship, Jacksonville Health Education Program
Duval County Medical Society
Florida Hospital Ormond Memorial Medical Center
Halifax Medical Center
Memorial Medical Center
Paul Cibis Society
Shands Jacksonville Medical Center
St. Luke’s Hospital
St. Vincent’s Medical Center
Very nice, professional, friendly, clean office, timely, sanitary, and well explained. Pleasant experience.
During my visit the entire staff was professional and personable. I was very pleased.
Happy to be new patient of Florida Retina Institute and Dr. James Staman.
Very thorough and insightful. Friendly and polite with a personal touch that sets great physicians apart. Genuine concern was evident immediately and I was able to get in with no wait time. I highly recommend this physician. He seemed to have a great rapport with his staff and that always makes me believe they are a family instead of an office full of employees that only tolerate each other.
Everyone was very nice and helpful.
I was very thankful the staff and doctor could work me in the same afternoon that my eye doctor’s office called. Thank you again!
I was very nervous upon arriving, but was put at ease by the friendly reassuring staff and physician.
Dear Dr. Staman and Entire Staff,
Please accept my sincerest gratitude and appreciation for your professional extension of medical expertise and kindness during my recent eye emergency.
I never dreamed that my left eye would let me down in such fashion! Thank the dear Lord for the trained and skilled hands at the Florida Retina Institute. I am forever grateful. God Bless.
Dear Dr. Jim:
Thanks for another good report on my eyes. It's been almost 12 years since the four detachments in late 2003 - 2004, and each year since I have thoroughly enjoyed hearing your "all clear" report.
As I mentioned to you yesterday at the conclusion of your examination, I honestly believe you have the finest overall physician office I have ever been in (and in my various roles with Baptist, I have been in many).
Please tell us about your experience with Dr. Staman and our staff. We appreciate your trust and confidence in us.
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You see things upside down it is your brain which turns the image the right way up.
Contrary to urban myth, contact lenses cannot become "lost" behind your eye due to the structure of your eyeball.
The phrase "it's all fun and games until someone loses an eye" comes from Ancient Rome, as the only rule for their bloody wrestling matches was "no eye gouging".
The space between your eyebrows is called the Glabella.
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