Dr. Hall is a board certified glaucoma subspecialty trained ophthalmologist and cataract surgeon. Joining the Medical Eye Center in 2011 after completing his glaucoma fellowship at Duke University, he treats complex ocular conditions including open and closed angle glaucoma, neovascular glaucoma, cataract, uveitis, and various corneal disease. Having access to different forms of laser application for glaucoma, he and his colleagues at The Medical Eye Center are able to offer an individualized and comprehensive diagnostic and treatment approach to glaucoma care.
Dr. Hall, originally from the Albany, NY area, completed his undergraduate education in Biology at Cedarville University and finished at the top of his class at the University of Toledo Medical School. He also earned numerous awards including the Gold Humanism Award for excellence in ethical, patient-centered care. Completing a 4-year ophthalmology residency at Indiana University, he gained a special interest in glaucoma care, publishing several articles related to outcomes of glaucoma surgical techniques. More recently he has given presentations to local eye care providers on such topics as “Atypical Presentations of Angle Closure Glaucoma”, “Outcomes of Glaucoma Drainage Devices vs. Trabeculectomy”, and “Treatment Algorithms for Neovascular Glaucoma”.
Dr. Hall is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, American Board of Ophthalmology, New Hampshire State Medical Society and the Christian Ophthalmology Society. He has an interest in medical missions, with some developing ties to ophthalmologists in Kenya and Burundi, countries in Western Africa. He is also busy in the life and care of his family with 4 young children. Occasionally, recreational tennis, volleyball, and skiing, sneak into his schedule.