A Tradition of Excellence

For over 50 years, the Wooster Eye Center has been dedicated to providing the finest medical, surgical, and routine eye care available.  Our ophthalmologists strive to combine the finest medical and surgical skills with a caring attitude toward every patient. The Wooster Office offers a state-of-the-art Surgery Center as well as first class eyewear and contact lens services.  With additional offices in Millersburg and Orrville, the Wooster Eye Center is always close to home.

What's New at Wooster Eye Center?

Coming Soon!  Patient online access to Wooster Eye Center 


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Wooster Eye Center has been using one of the most sophisticated electronic medical record systems in ophthalmology for the last two years.  In the months ahead, we plan to expand on that technology by creating an online portal that will allow patients convenient access to portions of our practice from their computer or smartphone.  Patient records, online registration, bill payment, and refill requests are just a few of the many features that the new patient portal will offer.  These innovations are just another part of our commitment to providing the most modern eye care experience available.

Dr. Thomas Makes 20th Service Trip to Honduras

John W. Thomas, MD, and his wife Judy recently made their annual service journey to Santa Rosa, Honduras.  For the last twenty years, they have been vital members of the Eye Team assembled by Orrville's Central American Medical Outreach.  Each year, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas along with the Wooster Eye Center nursing staff have helped to organize the donation of surgical supplies for the public hospital in Santa Rosa.  The Eye Team, in conjunction with Honduran ophthalmologists Drs. Hector and Marco Robles, performed over forty surgeries during this year's trip.   Dr. Thomas was accompanied by Wooster Eye Center surgical nurse Debra Miller and colleague Dr. Anson Miedel.

Harry A. Zink, MD Retires

After more than 35 years of service to the Wayne and Holmes County communities, Harry A. Zink, MD has retired.  Dr. Zink came to Wooster in 1976, and his care has benefited thousands of patients over the years.  He--along with Drs. Thomas and Fenzl--was a key contributor to the advancement of eye care in our area.  Dr. Zink will be missed, and we wish him all the best in retirement.  He leaves his patients in great hands with his five remaining partners, each of whom is committed to maintaining the tradition of excellence at Wooster Eye Center.

Sireesha A. Clark, MD  Joins Wooster Eye Center

The Wooster Eye Center is proud to welcome medical and surgical ophthalmologist Sireesha Clark, MD.  A Northeast Ohio native, Dr. Clark received her undergraduate degree from Pepperdine University in California and her medical degree from the Ohio State University College of Medicine.  She also completed her ophthalmology residency at Ohio State, where she served as Chief Resident in her final year.  


Dr. Clark shares our commitment to clinical excellence delivered with compassion. She is now accepting patients at our Wooster, Orrville and Millersburg offices.