Jonathan Fay, MD was recently named board-certified clinical specialist by the American Board of Ophthalmology.
Certification by the American Board of Ophthalmology formally recognizes ophthalmologists who meet a series of accredited medical training requirements in ophthalmology, sign a practice pledge indicating their intent to practice with compassion, integrity, and respect for human dignity, and complete an intensive evaluation process which includes two examinations: a Written Qualifying Examination and an Oral Examination.
Ophthalmologists are eligible to apply for Board certification once they have completed one year of post-graduate clinical experience following their ophthalmology residency program.
Dr. Fay, a 2003 Klamath Union High School graduate, returned to Klamath Falls and began work at Klamath Eye Center in July of 2017 following the completion of his cornea fellowship training. His areas of expertise are in cornea and external eye disease including: cataract surgery, corneal transplants, corneal degenerations, infectious diseases and LASIK. He also provides comprehensive eye care to patients with diabetes, macular degeneration and glaucoma.
Dr. Fay joins his father Mark Fay, MD and Scott Stevens, MD of Klamath Eye Center as well as Teresa Graham, MD and Robert Graham, MD as ophthalmologists certified by The American Board of Ophthalmology practicing in Klamath Falls.