Bachelor of Science, University of Puerto Rico
Doctor of Medicine, University of Puerto Rico
Internship, Veterans Administration Hospital, San Juan, P.R.
Ophthalmology Residency, Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center
Vitreoretinal Surgery Fellowship, Wills Eye Hospital, P.A.
Diplomate, American Board of Ophthalmology
Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners
Doctor Moreno holds a Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Puerto Rico and earned his medical degree from the University of Puerto Rico as well. He completed an internship at the Veterans Administration Hospital in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and an ophthalmology residency at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center.
Following residency training, Dr. Moreno completed a vitreoretinal surgery fellowship at Wills Eye Hospital, P.A.
Raised in Puerto Rico, Doctor Moreno enjoys tennis, reading, traveling and spending time with his family. Doctor Moreno joined Florida Retina Institute in 1991.
Magna Cum Laude
Alpha Omega Alpha
Air Force Commendation Medals (1984 and 1991)
Air Force Achievement Medal
Duane’s Clinical Text — New Chapter on “Retinopathy of Prematurity”
ARVO 1991 Posters (2)
Effect of Succinylcholine on Contents of Open Globes; Ophthalmology
Examiner, American Board of Ophthalmology (Presently)
American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO)
American Society of Retina Specialists (ASRS)
Baptist Medical Center
Duval County Medical Society
My first visit was fantastic and everyone was very courteous and cordial.
My visit was excellent, everyone was very very nice. I was able to laugh and talk with the office staff like I knew them all my life. The doctors and technicians - I trust them for the care I need.
So very thankful Dr. Moreno was able to tell me what is going on with my vision in my right eye. I wasn’t sure I could explain what u was seeing so he could understand it, but he knew what I saw and was able to diagnose it.
This was the first time to your center. I will definitely come back and refer someone to your facility.
I was a bit nervous because I had never had reason to have special equipment used. But everyone was so warm and professional and I appreciated that very much.
Everything about appointment was handled professionally.
Everyone was so friendly. Before my appt, they called to tell me what I needed to bring. The wait was not bad (very good), and I felt comfortable with the Doctor.
Approximately 25 years ago almost complete vision loss of sight in my left eye was diagnosed as “wet macular degeneration”. No measure of gratitude can express my thanks to your staff for the quality of life that Florida Retina Institute returned to me. It is miraculous. Thank you again for all of your efforts.
Jessica and Christina were excellent, very professional and yet, warming and caring. Dr. Moreno was thorough, he took the time needed, he wasn't rushed. All staff showed respect for patient and family member.
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