Ophthalmologist, Medical Director: Richard A. Fichman, MD
"God fortunately has given me a gift...the gift of microsurgery. Eyesight is one of the most precious gifts I can think of. That’s why it gives me great personal satisfaction to give the gift of sight to my patients through the latest surgical techniques."
"When it comes to specialized eye care, time is often as important as skill. We’re ready to handle emergencies anytime—24 hours a day, seven days a week. Because we know that sometimes quick action can keep a trauma from becoming a tragedy."
Ophthalmologist: Dr. Steven Tu, DO
Dr. Tu was born and raised in the hills of New Jersey. He went to Rutgers University and then the University of Health Sciences in Kansas City, MO for medical school. His medical training involved traveling to several areas across the country, from Florida to Michigan to Pennsylvania.
Optometrist: Dr. Jason Delisle, OD
A Connecticut native, Jason Delisle graduated from the New England College of Optometry in May 2008. His experience includes externships at the Eye Centers of South Florida in Miami, Vision Care of Maine in Bangor, the Newington VA Hospital in Connecticut and the East Boston health center in Massachusetts.
Ophthalmologist: Dr. Randy Bouligny, MD
Dr. Bouligny was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. He graduated from Xavier University of Louisiana and went to medical school at Cornell University Medical College in New York City. Between his third and fourth year of medical school, Dr. Bouligny became interested in ophthalmology and took a year off to perform research in ocular immunology at the National Institutes of Health as a member of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Scholars Program in Bethesda, MD.
Dr. Thomas A. Wohl, MD
Dr Thomas Wohl joined Fichman Eye Center in 2014 bringing over 20 years of medical and surgical eye care experience. He is an accomplished cataract and refractive surgeon with expertise extending to the treatment of many other eye conditions including glaucoma, macular degeneration, and retinal vascular diseases such as diabetic retinopathy. Dr Wohl, a recipient of Duke University's prestigious Angier B Duke Scholarship, achieved undergraduate degrees in both Physics and English Literature. He then attended the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, graduating first in his class. He was awarded the Peter T Kilgour Prize for both his work and character in the field of medicine.
Dr. Carly Olsin, OD
Dr. Oslin was born and raised in small town Ohio. She graduated University of Dayton and went on to optometry school at The Ohio State University College of Optometry. After graduation Dr. Oslin moved to Charleston, South Carolina where her husband was stationed in the Navy. There she worked for the Association for the Blind and also worked for a private practice. She moved to Connecticut in September 2014 once her husband was re stationed to Groton and began work at the Fichman Eye Center in October.