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William J. Dunn MD, FACS, FASRS, COL, MC, SFS, USAF (ret)

Retinologist, Colonel, Pilot, Father

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Ophthalmology | Physician

WILLIAM J DUNN, MD
FACS (Fellow, American College of Surgeons)
FASRS (Fellow, American Society of Retinal Specialists)
CHE (ACHE Certified Healthcare Executive)
COLONEL, Medical Corps, Senior Flight Surgeon, USAF(ret) (30 years)
1972 Brophy College Preparatory grad (Jesuit) AMDG
1976 Air Force Academy grad
1980 Georgetown Medical grad
Life Fellow Award, American Academy of Ophthalmology  (40 years in Eye)
Retinologist with Central Florida Retina,
Daytona Beach, FL 34 years in Retina.
FAA Master Pilot Award with ATP – Airline Transport Pilot with Single Pilot Jet Rating (Ce-500 Type Rating, 4500 hrs, ~2 hrs/wk for fifty years)
Father of 4 Adult children, Grandfather of seven.
Native of Rochester, MN (father was Mayo trained Cardiologist)
Grew up in Phoenix, AZ
Long distance Aerobic Athlete (4:35 mile, 1:56.2 half mile, 3:25 Marine Corps Marathon, Cross Florida Cycler (8 hrs/155 miles)
Skydiver with 255 jumps and Master Rating.
PADI Scuba Diver (best dive Molokini Crater)
Harley Motorcyclist

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Retinal Specialist, Father of four, Airline Transport Rated Jet Pilot, Colonel, MC, USAF (ret), Senior Flight Surgeon, #SavingSightImprovingLives
William J. Dunn MD, FACS, FASRS, COL, MC, SFS, USAF (ret)
William J. Dunn MD, FACS, FASRS, COL, MC, SFS, USAF (ret)

Retinal Specialist, Father of four, Airline Transport Rated Jet Pilot, Colonel, MC, USAF (ret), Senior Flight Surgeon, #SavingSightImprovingLives

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