Hunter S. Stolldorf, MD
Dr. Stolldorf graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD and pursued his medical degree at the medical school at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. Medical school was followed by an internship at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth in VA, aviation medicine training in Pensacola, FL, and an ophthalmology residency at Naval Medical Center San Diego. In Pensacola, Dr. Stolldorf attended the Naval Aviation Medical Institute and earned his wings as a U.S. Navy flight surgeon.
Dr. Stolldorf started his military service at age 19 and throughout his active duty deployments, visited most of the continents. He served as a flight surgeon for Patrol Squadron Sixteen, based in Jacksonville Naval Air Station and afterward was stationed for six years at Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune, NC. There he specialized in refractive surgical procedures that provided U.S. Marines with high definition, spectacle-free vision. One of Dr. Stolldorf’s career highlights was when he was aboard the USNS Comfort hospital ship, providing free medical and surgical care throughout Central America as part of the U.S. Navy’s humanitarian mission, Continuing Promise 2015. Dr. Stolldorf left the U.S. Navy at the rank of Commander.
Cataract Surgery (including laser-assisted cataract surgery)
Refractive procedures (LASIK, PRK, and Visian ICL implants)
Micro-invasive glaucoma surgery (stents, ECP)
Medical and laser treatment of glaucoma
Dr. Stolldorf is originally from Newport News, VA. He and his wife have two children.