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 Wohl completed his Ophthalmology Residency at the University of California and joined the United States Air Force, serving three years as Chief of Ophthalmology Services at Mather Air Force Base Hospital in Sacramento, California. He was honored with the Meritorious Service Medal for his accomplishments while on active duty.
Following his distinguished military service, Dr Wohl accepted a position with the Vanderbilt University Department of Ophthalmology and was able to build one of the strongest community based practices in the Franklin, Tennessee area. Dr Wohl left Vanderbilt in 2000 to continue his work in Middle Tennessee as a solo practitioner. From 2000-2013, Dr Wohl was frequently recognized for his contributions to patient care and to the community at large. Since 2000, Dr Wohl continues to serve as an Examiner for the American Board of Ophthalmology in certifying new practicing ophthalmologists.
A father of two young adult daughters, Dr. Wohl looks forward to being a grandfather!
*Examiner, American Board of Ophthalmology 2000 - present
*Board Certification, American Board of Ophthalmology 1994 - present
Re-certified 2005, 2015
*Fellow, American Academy of Ophthalmology 1992 – present