Timothy Page, M.D.
Dr. Timothy Page is a nationally recognized ophthalmologist specializing in the art of refractive cataract surgery. He has delivered hundreds of lectures on the topic of eye surgery including an annual invitation to Harvard University for their Intensive Cataract Surgery Course, and the University of Michigan for their annual Lens and Cataract review course.
He has received a number of peer-nominated honors and awards. At the national level, he has received the Castle Connolly “Best Doctors in America” and U.S. News and World Report “Top Doctors” over the last four consecutive years. In Michigan, he was elected by his peers as president of the Michigan Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons, the governing body of Michigan ophthalmologists. Locally, he is an Hour Magazine “Hall of Fame Top Doc”, and Ambassador Magazine “Top Doc”.
An accomplished scientific author and inventor, Dr. Page has pioneered surgical concepts in ophthalmic surgery. He holds several patents, and in 2016 he was awarded a First Place award for “New Techniques in Cataract Surgery” by the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery. His concepts are being developed in Europe and the United States for safer surgery and better patient outcomes.
Grateful for his occupation, Dr. Page is a dedicated humanitarian. As the team leader, he has led hundreds of volunteer doctors and nurses into remote regions of East Africa providing sight-restoring surgery to the blind. He served on the American Academy of Ophthalmology Global Outreach Committee and received an American Academy of Ophthalmology Achievement Award for his service. He has also received the Michigan State Medical Society Foundation Outstanding Community Service Award, the William Beaumont Hospital Outstanding Physician and Humanitarian Award, and the Michigan Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons Outstanding Service Award.
Ever since Dr. Page arrived in Detroit to attend Wayne State Medical School, he has volunteered in the local community. While in medical school he volunteered in the Detroit Public Schools to teach health initiatives. He has led major volunteer efforts in the local community which led to the State of Michigan Community Service Award.
On a personal note, Dr. Page has been married to his wife, Jill, for over 20 years. Together they have four terrific children. One of their identical twin sons attends the Ross Business School at the University of Michigan, and the other attends the United States Military Academy at West Point. Their youngest son and daughter attend high school and grade school respectively.