Samuel W. Amstutz, MD is an oculoplastic surgeon at Grene Vision Group. His ultimate concern is the well-being of your vision, as well as the function and aesthetic appearance of your eyelids. He also specializes in tear duct and orbital disorders, as well as cataract and implant surgery.
As a board-certified ophthalmologist, Dr. Amstutz is fellowship-trained in functional and cosmetic/reconstructive surgery of the eyelids, tear ducts, and orbit. He has practiced in Wichita since 1985 and has performed hundreds of surgeries each year. After more than 30 years of practice, he still enjoys the diverse challenges of oculoplastic surgery -- and the many patients that he is privileged to serve each day.
Dr. Amstutz comes from a rich cultural background, a foreign-born American reared in Chile and Ecuador. He received his undergraduate degree at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois and his medical degree from Rush Medical College in Chicago. He completed his residency and fellowship training at the Kresge Eye Institute, Wayne State University, in Detroit, Michigan. He is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. He has provided critical surgical care in difficult and needy locations around the world, believing that God cares deeply for all peoples in all places.
Dr. Amstutz loves the wide-open spaces of the Kansas landscape, having chosen to practice near his mother's historical farm roots. He gains pleasure from yard work, reading, studying geology, biking, hiking, and international exploration of foreign cultures and places. Mostly though, he treasures time with his wife and adult children.
Dr. Amstutz provides care to his patients at the Grene Vision Group Maize Road and Woodlawn locations in Wichita, KS.
Bachelor of Science from Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL
Medical Degree from Rush Medical College
Flexible Internship at St Luke’s Hospital
Residency at Kresge Eye Institute at Wayne State University
Fellowship in Oculoplastic at Kresge Eye Institute at Wayne State University
American Board of Ophthalmology
American Academy of Ophthalmology