The physicians at BayCare Clinic Eye Specialists have been performing elective refractive surgery since 1988 and laser vision correction since 1996
As leaders in their field, they are involved in vision correction research and are called upon to educate other physicians in vision correction technologies.
Our clinic's surgeons have performed more than 10,000 surgeries combined. They have less than a 5% re-treatment rate, which means 95 out of every 100 patients never need a "touch up" to their vision.
Our board-certified surgeons are personally involved in every patient's pre-operative, surgical, and post-operative process.
Leadership in corrective eye surgery
As the first practice to offer FDA-approved Custom LASIK and Intacs® Corneal Ring Implants in the region, the doctors at BayCare Clinic Eye Specialists have a history of innovation in the field of corrective eye surgery. We were also among the first to use the IntraLase technology when it became available.
BayCare Clinic Eye Specialists works closely with an extensive network of local and regional eye doctors throughout Northeast Wisconsin, frequently treating complex cases referred by other eye care providers.
Corrective eye surgeons
Larry A. Meyer, MD
In 2003, Dr. Meyer became the first eye surgeon to offer Custom LASIK in the greater Green Bay region on the Alcon LADARVision 4000 laser platform. He is an innovator in his field and has performed research for the Medical College of Wisconsin, the University of Cincinnati and Ohio State University.
"I will always look for new and innovative ways to deliver leading-edge vision care. That's what our practice is all about."
Dr. Meyer is a member of the International Society of Refractive Surgery, American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, American Academy of Ophthalmology, Wisconsin Medical Society, and the Brown County Medical Society.
Camille Almond, MD
Dr. Almond completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Molecular Biology at Tulane University in New Orleans, followed by medical training at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta. She completed her residency in Ophthalmology at the University of Washington in Seattle, where she took an interest in medical and refractive issues of the cornea. Desiring exposure to the treatment of complex vision-threatening corneal issues, as well as the satisfying experience of treating otherwise healthy patients with refractive issues, Dr Almond selected a fellowship in Cornea and Refractive Surgery at the University of Minnesota. When evaluating a patient for LASIK, she believes in taking into account the patient's specific vision needs and all factors that might affect the surgical outcome. She believes careful planning is the key to an excellent outcome.
Dr. Almond keeps her knowledge base up-to-date by maintaining membership in professional societies such as the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons, the Cornea Society, the Midwest Cornea Society, and the American Academy of Ophthalmology.