Charles H. Weber, MD

Weber2Dr. Charles H. Weber specializes in glaucoma and cataract surgery. His medical interests include routine and complex glaucoma and cataract cases. He regularly uses advanced filtration devices for surgical treatment of glaucoma patients and other evolving minimally-invasive glaucoma surgery technologies. Dr. Weber also performs standard and custom cataract surgery, utilizing the most advanced technology – such as the LenSx® Femtosecond Laser, ORA with VerifEye and advanced technology IOLs – to help patients reduce or eliminate their dependency on glasses and contacts.

Originally from Stillwater, MN, Charles H. Weber received his undergraduate degree from Carleton College in chemistry. He attended medical school at Georgetown University, where he completed a Summer Research Fellowship Program at the National Institutes of Health/National Eye Institute studying visual signaling in the retinal pigment epithelium. He completed a transitional internship at the Deaconess Medical Center in Spokane, WA and a residency in ophthalmology at University of California Davis Eye Center, where he served as a chief resident. He completed a glaucoma fellowship at the John A. Moran Eye Center under the direction of Dr. Norm Zabriskie as well as our very own Dr. Alan S. Crandall.

Dr. Weber has a dedication to humanitarian outreach in field of eye care, providing vision services to those in need. He was vision screenings coordinator for Sacramento Homeless Connect during his residency, and has traveled to South Sudan on a humanitarian medical mission with the University of Utah’s Moran Eye Center Outreach Division. Dr. Weber has also worked with Operation Sight to perform free surgery to low-income, Utah residents in need.

Dr. Weber has published multiple book chapters, peer-reviewed research articles as well as presented his research at national meetings. Dr. Weber is a member of the ASCRS Young Eye Surgeons Clinical Committee, American Academy of Ophthalmology, the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS), the American Glaucoma Society and the American Medical Association.

In his time outside of the office, Dr. Weber enjoys skiing and alpine touring, biking, camping and gardening with his wife, as well as teaching his dog, Goose, many new tricks.



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