Meet the Ophthalmology Team

Norton Children’s pediatric ophthalmologists treat all ocular (eye) conditions in children. We provide a broad spectrum of services for children and teens, from routine eye exams and evaluations to complex care for conditions such eye cancer.

Collaboration With UofL School of Medicine for Your Child’s Care

Our providers offer skilled care for your child. Norton Children’s Hospital serves as the primary pediatric teaching facility for the University of Louisville School of Medicine. These doctors are professors and active researchers helping to advance medical care with clinical research and education.

Pediatric Ophthalmologists

Craig H. Douglas, M.D.
Peggy J.H. Fishman, M.D.

Pediatric Optometrists

Nicholas J. Silvestros, OD
Kara Tison, OD

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Ophthalmology at Norton Children’s

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