Duke Eye Center: A Growing Vision



Duke Eye Center is proud to have been a part of the Forsyth community for more than 20 years and has built a well-established eye care practice based on providing expert care to treat patients with blinding eye diseases. A national top-ranked program – seventh-best eye center in the country by U.S. News & World Report – Duke providers are on the forefront of patient care.

The multi-disciplinary team at Duke Eye Center provides care for common to complex eye diseases. Specialty-trained eye doctors are focused on corneal disease, cataracts, glaucoma, dry eye, and eyelid and facial cosmetic surgery, aesthetic skin enhancements, and pediatric ophthalmology. Patients receive prompt, effective treatment at the earliest possible stage of their condition to prevent or halt the progression of diseases that lead to blindness.

To support Duke Eye Center of Winston-Salem’s ongoing commitment to serve the Forsyth community, personalized care, and a tradition of excellence, four new fellowship-trained providers, offering the latest treatments in ophthalmology have joined the practice along with Frank Moya, MD; William Rafferty, MD; Dianna Seldomridge, MD; Terry Semchyshyn, MD; and Carol Ziel, MD.

Meet the new ophthalmologists:

Jiaxi Ding, MD, is a glaucoma specialist who strives to implement an array of methods to treat this chronic and potentially blinding disease, including lasers, surgery, and Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS). She also offers cataract surgery using advanced technology with toric and multifocal intraocular lens implantation.

Faramarz Hidaji, MD, specializes in pediatric ophthalmology and oculofacial plastic surgery services. He views each interaction with a patient as a chance to offer a positive change in a patient’s life. Dr. Hidaji is passionate about fighting blindness around the world and reinforces his commitment by participating in third world surgical mission trips, volunteering with Healing the Children NJ, Project Orbis, and the World Cataract Foundation.

Roshni Ranjit-Reeves, MD, also known as “Dr. Rosh,” is an oculofacial plastic surgery specialist. She specializes in plastic surgery and reconstruction of the eyes, including eyelids, orbit, eye socket, and lacrimal system. Dr. Rosh also performs minimally invasive anti-aging procedures for facial rejuvenation such as injectables and neurotoxins, and is passionate about bringing reconstruction and aesthetic services to the Triad.

Kenneth Weinlander, MD, specializes in medical and surgical diseases of the cornea. He provides cataract management, performs cataract surgery with toric and multifocal interocular lens implantation, and corneal transplantation using the most advanced surgical procedures. He also provides LASIK and PRK surgery, and corneal tattoos for intractable glare from iris defects.

All Duke Eye Center providers focus on individualized care for every patient, knowing that each patient is unique and requires a specialized treatment plan.

Duke Eye Center of Winston-Salem is delighted to continue to serve the community with an expanded team, located at 1340 Creekshire Way, Suite 100. Discover more about them at dukehealth.org/locations/duke-eye-center-of-winston-salem, or call 336-768-3240 to schedule an appointment. Office hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.


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