Jeffrey Blice, MD

Jeffrey Blice, MD

Physician in Charleston, SC
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Specialties: Ophthalmology
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Jeffrey P. Blice, MD

Dr. Jeffrey P. Blice joined the Storm Eye Institute as a clinical associate professor of ophthalmology in October 2013. He is a specialist in vitreoretinal diseases and practices as a member of Storm Eye Institute's vitreoretinal surgery division. Dr. Blice came from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center where he served as assistant service chief of ophthalmology, director of the vitreoretinal services, and assistant professor at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences. He was on the staff of the National Naval Medical Center, holding leadership positions in pharmacy and therapeutics, patient safety, health care operations, and information technology. He most recently served as the chief of staff on the Navy's regional command in Washington, D.C. Since 2007, he also served as Walter Reed's residency site director for the Washington National Eye Center. Dr. Blice is widely published on the national level.Dr. Blice graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa with a Bachelor of Science degree from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania. He received a doctorate of medicine from Temple University, Philadelphia, where he was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. Prior to his ophthalmology residency at Bethesda National Naval Medical Center, he served as a regimental surgeon for the Marine Corps during Desert Storm. In 1997, he completed fellowship training in diseases of the retina, and vitreous and intraocular tumors at Wills Eye Hospital, Philadelphia.

Board Certifications: Ophthalmology

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Education
  • Fellowship at Wills Eye Hospital
  • Internship at National Naval Medical Center
  • Temple University School of Medicine Medical School
  • Residency at National Naval Medical Center
Languages
  • English
Gender
  • Male

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