Premier Physicians

Palmetto Retina Center

All over South Carolina

Columbia, Northeast Columbia, West Columbia, Florence, Sumter, Orangeburg, and Aiken , SC 29201

Phone: 803.931.0077

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John F. Payne, M.D.; Barron C. Fishburne, M.D.; Stephen M. Hypes, D.O.; John A. Wells, III, M.D.; Jeffrey G. Gross, M.D., FASRS; David L. Johnson, M.D.; W. Lloyd Clark, M.D.

Palmetto Retina Center is proud to announce that they have joined with Carolina Retina Center. Through their partnership, they are expanding their resources and capabilities to enhance the retinal care experience for patients throughout the state of South Carolina. They will be able to provide even more patients with access to advanced care for retinal diseases as well as cutting-edge clinical trials.
“All of us at Palmetto Retina are thrilled to join Doctors Gross and Fishburne and their staff at Carolina Retina Center. Together, we will be better positioned to provide state-of-the-art medical and surgical care for retinal diseases and continue our commitment to innovation through clinical research,” says W. Lloyd Clark, M.D., managing partner. “Our groups have co-existed in our community for decades and our collaboration will only make us stronger.”
Palmetto Retina Center is honored to be chosen by the readers of Columbia Metropolitan Magazine as Premier PhysiciansTM. Doctors Clark, Fishburne, Gross, and Payne along with their colleagues at Palmetto Retina Center, offer a unique combination of advanced clinical technology and patient-centered compassionate care. Seven physicians provide treatment of retinal disease at seven locations throughout central South Carolina.
Their clinical research center is one of the largest in the Southeast. Patients from throughout the region have access to emerging therapies for blinding eye disease. Palmetto Retina Center Physicians lead national clinical trials and consult with international pharmaceutical companies to develop the next generation of retinal therapies.
Palmetto Retina Center hopes that you will not need help with problems such as diabetic eye disease, age-related macular degeneration, or retinal detachment. But if you do, their physicians are ready and able to help protect your sight.