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Dr. Terria L. Winn, MD, is a board-certified ophthalmic surgeon specializing in cataract and implant surgery. She is a graduate of the University of Kansas School of Medicine, receiving the Citation for graduating in the upper 10 percent of her medical school class. Dr. Winn was initiated into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honorary Medical Society while still in her medical school training in Kansas. During the completion of her ophthalmology residency training in Houston, she was voted “The Most Outstanding Third Year Resident” by her peers. She also served as the Chief Resident during her final year of residency.
Dr. Winn was one of the first eye surgeons in Wichita to use topical anesthesia, starting in 1996. Her standard surgical technique utilizes eye drops to “numb” the eye and a no stitch, no needle approach, allowing the patient to leave the operating room without a patch and eliminating the need to stop blood thinners. She was also one of the first in Kansas to implant several groundbreaking technologies, such as the Acrysof foldable intraocular lens and the Acyrysof Toric intraocular lens.
Aside from being known for her surgical skills in advanced microincision cataract surgery, Dr. Winn is probably best known by her professional peers and patients for her kindness, personal attention, and contagious smile. This validates her practice philosophy, “A Special Kind of Care.” She provides care to her patients at the Grene Vision Group Maize Road and Woodlawn locations in Wichita, KS.
Bachelor of Science in Cell Biology from University of Kansas
Medical degree from the University of Kansas School of Medicine
Internship at St. Joseph Hospital, Flexible Internship, Houston, TX
Residency at University of Texas Health Science Center, Hermann Eye Center, Houston, TX
American Academy of Ophthalmology
American Board of Ophthalmology
American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery
Kansas Medical Society
Kansas Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons