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*All required fields must be completed. Please include non-medical questions and correspondence only. If this is an emergency referral, please contact our office directly, Jacksonville 800.237.3846, Daytona Beach 800.555.6590, Lake Mary 877.357.3846. Our regular office hours are 8AM to 5PM Monday through Friday.
American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO)
American Medical Association (AMA)
American Society of Retina Specialists (ASRS)
American College of Surgeons
American College of Healthcare Executives
Association of Military Surgeons (AMSUS)
Florida Medical Association (FMA)
Halifax Medical Center
Twin Lakes Surgery Center
Volusia County Medical Society
Colonel, U.S. Air Force Reserve, Senior Flight Surgeon Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS), Bethesda, Maryland, Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery, October, 1986 to Present Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Board of Visitors, 2002 to Present Children’s Advocacy Center of Volusia and Flagler Counties, Board of Directors, 2010 to Present Surgical Instrument Design Consultant, Katalyst Surgical, LLC www.KatalystSurgical.com, Ophthalmic Instruments & Eye Instruments
Doctor Dunn is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs and received his medical degree from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. He then completed a flexible internship at Andrews Air Force Base, MD, home of Air Force One, followed by an ophthalmology residency at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas. After residency training and twelve years of Active Duty in the Air Force, Dr. Dunn completed a fellowship in Retina and Vitreous Disease and Surgery at Retina Associates of Cleveland, Mt. Sinai Medical Center/Case Western University in Cleveland, Ohio.
Doctor Dunn holds an FAA Airline Transport Pilot and Single Pilot Jet Rating with over 4,000 flying hours. Dr. Dunn achieved the rank of Colonel, USAF, with more than 30 years of active duty, guard and reserve service to our country. Doctor Dunn volunteers on third world eye missions and is a principal investigator on multiple national clinical studies in vitreo-retinal research.
Raised in Arizona, Dr. Dunn enjoys running, flying, skiing, and traveling the world. Recent grandfather and very proud father of four adult children. Doctor Dunn joined the Florida Retina Institute in 1991.
Congratulations Dr. William Dunn! In December 2017 Dr. William J. Dunn received the honorary award of Life Fellow, a very distinguished and special award by the AAO American Academy of Ophthalmology Board of Trustees, for over 35 years of continuous and uninterrupted service and membership in the EyeCare America American Academy of Ophthalmology.
Please tell us about your experience with Dr. Dunn and our staff. We appreciate your trust and confidence in us.
Dr. Dunn and staff were outstanding! I was having concerns about vision changes and was seen right away. I found that the issue was refractive. I was referred and had new glasses within a week. I truly appreciate the timely exam and consultation that solved my vision issues.
Glad to be under Dr. Dunn's care again.
Everyone was very nice and the office staff was very efficient.
Everyone was so helpful and friendly. Dr. Dunn was wonderful and genuinely cared about my eyes. Outstanding office!
My first visit was a bit scary but I was made to feel at ease by the staff.
Staff and Dr. Dunn took time to listen to what I had to say. It made me feel that they were not in a hurry to get their next patient.