Meet the Anne Arundel Eye Center Team
DR. SAMUEL BOLES
Anne Arundel Eye Center was founded by ophthalmologist and Maryland top surgeon Dr. Samuel Boles who received his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia and completed his post-doctoral training at Schepens Eye Research Institute, a Harvard University research lab, a Yale University affiliated Hospital in Bridgeport Connecticut, George Washington University for Ophthalmology Residency and the University of California, San Diego for Glaucoma Fellowship. He helped originate the Glaucoma Co-Management Roundtable to improve patient care through better communication and education. An active volunteer in the community offering periodic free screenings and specific community outreach programs, Dr. Boles is a former member of the Board of Directors at The Polakoff Foundation and the Maryland Society for Sight.
DR. MAGGIE MARTIN
Dr. Maggie Martin has joined our team as a consultative optometrist. Dr. Martin obtained a bachelor’s degree from the Washington and Jefferson College before attending the Salus University Pennsylvania College of Optometry. Prior to coming to Anne Arundel Eye Center, she was an Optometry Resident at the Baltimore VA Medical Center, where she focused on ocular disease and primary care with an emphasis on glaucoma. She also rotated through cornea, neuro-ophthalmology, and retina specialties at John Hopkins. Dr. Martin is a board certified, TPA-licensed Optometrist in the state of Maryland, and her multifaceted interests in Optometry span primary care, ocular disease, and glaucoma – reflecting her commitment to comprehensive eye care.
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Since opening his practice, Dr. Boles has been voted Top Doc as part of What’s Up Magazine‘s peer survey, recognized as a Chesapeake Family Life Favorite Doctor and a Capital Reader’s Choice Top Finalist in the Ophthalmology category. He has been recognized for his specialized training dealing with the structure, functions, and diseases of the eye.