Timothy Page, M.D.
Dr. Timothy Page is a nationally recognized ophthalmologist specializing in complex and 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 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” for more than 5 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 2019 he won the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) film competition for his ideas in the category of “Instruments & Devices/Intraocular Lenses”. In 2019, for his pioneering work in safer eye surgery, he was awarded “Best Paper in Session” at the ASCRS national meeting. These awards added to his previous first place prize in the ASCRS 2016 film competition category of “New Techniques in Cataract Surgery”. His concepts for safer surgery and superior refractive outcomes are being developed in Netherlands and scheduled to undergo Initial Clinical Evaluations in Europe in 2020 later to follow in the United States.
At the request of Dr. David Chang, Professor of Ophthalmology, University of California San Francisco, Dr. Page had the distinct honor of contributing a chapter for the textbook “Advanced IOL Fixation Techniques: Strategies for Compromised or Missing Capsular Support”. The textbook was released in 2019 and likely to serve as the definitive instructional resource for eye surgeons across the world for complex cataract surgery.
Dr. Page is a dedicated humanitarian. For 10 years running, 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.
On a personal note, Dr. Page has been married to his wife, Jill for over 25 years. Together they have 4 children. One of their identical twin sons attends Ross Business School at the University of Michigan, and the other attends the United States Military Academy at West Point. Their youngest son attends Williams College in Massachusetts, and their daughter attends grade school.