Frank H. Reuling, MD.
Ophthalmologist and Cataract Surgeon
Our primary Surgical Ophthalmologist, Dr. Frank Reuling, received his Medical degree from the College of Medicine, University of Iowa in 1963. He completed a Medicine-Surgery Internship at San Francisco General Hospital. He then completed his Ophthalmology Residency at University Hospital in Iowa City, Iowa. His first two years as a surgeon were at the world-renowned National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. After completing the aforementioned, he opened his private practice in Winchester, Virginia at 302 South Cameron Street in 1970; one of the locations still operating today. Being the only son of Frank Harold Reuling, Sr., MD, who was also a practicing surgical Ophthalmologist for more than 40 years, Dr. Reuling is very honored and proud to preserve such a legacy.
Even though Dr. Reuling is not native to the area, being born in Waterloo, Iowa, he has made the Winchester, Virginia area his home. Within just a couple of years of opening his practice, he purchased the working cow farm of Llewellyn Farm in Berryville and resides there to this day. As the practice grew, Dr. Reuling became very aware of the surgical needs of the seniors in the community and within no time, became the top producing Cataract surgeon and still holds that level of prestige. Another way in which he has grown the practice to meet the needs of the community is by opening two additional locations, one at the Winchester Medical Center and another at the Shenandoah Memorial Hospital. Within the last few years, in order to provide the most convenient and pleasant surgical experience, Dr. Reuling partnered with other Ophthalmologists to open the Eye Surgery Center of Winchester, on Amherst Street. Most all patients appreciate having their Ophthalmic surgery in a new facility that has its primary "focus" on surgeries of the eye.
Dr. Reuling is ever aware of the need to be current in his field, because of such he maintains memberships in, American Academy of Ophthalmology, American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, Virginia Society of Ophthalmology, Medical Society of Virginia and American Medical Association. Additionally, he has never held back in procuring all the most current state-of-the-art technology for his patients.
Thomas P. Keenan, MD.
Ophthalmologist, Pediatric Ophthalmologist and Surgeon
Our primary Medical / Pediatric Ophthalmologist, Dr. Thomas Keenan graduated in 1963 from Manhattan College with a Bachelors of Science in Biology. He received his Medical degree from Georgetown University. He then completed an OB/GYN Internship/Residency at the University of Iowa. He then spent 1968 – 1971 as a US Naval Flight Surgeon in Pensacola, Florida and at Andrews Air Force Base. His next venture was to complete an Ophthalmology Residency with a specialization in Pediatric Ophthalmology at the University of Iowa. After completing all of the aforementioned, he joined Dr. Reuling in his private practice in Winchester at the 302 S. Cameron Street location in 1975 and has been in full-time practice here for the last 35+ years.
Even though Dr. Keenan is not native to the area, being born in Brooklyn, New York, he has made the Winchester, Virginia area his home. He developed quite a side-hobby of horses and this area is so conducive to just such. He married in 1966 and he and his wife have 4 children and 6 grandchildren. Dr. Keenan has found that having grandchildren around keep you young. He is also an avid reader; you will very rarely find him without the latest mystery-romance novel in tow. Dr. Keenan wants to be sure to provide services to as possible, so he sends time at each of our locations; 302 S Cameron Street office, the Winchester Medical Center – MOB1 office and the Shenandoah Memorial Hospital – DOB office.
Dr. Keenan is ever aware of the need to be current in his field, because of such he is a Diplomat of the American Board of Ophthalmology and maintains a membership with the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
Jaqueline A. Garringer, MD.
Ophthalmologist, Pediatric Ophthalmologist
Our Newest Ophthalmologist, Dr. Jacqueline Garringer received her Medical Degree from the Medical College of Ohio in 1978. She completed her Ophthalmology residency as chief resident in 1982 at the same institution.
She shortly thereafter began a practice in Atlanta, GA as a comprehensive Ophthalmologist, Cataract & LASIK surgeon. She and her family lived in Atlanta, GA for nearly 20 years. During this time period she was:
• On the junior council for the Georgia Society of Ophthalmology and
President of the Atlanta Ophthalmology Society – 1993
• Chief of Staff of Decatur Hospital – 1993-1996
• Chief of Department of Ophthalmology, DeKalb Medical Center – 1996-2003
• Member of Board of Directors, Mag Mutual – 1996-present.
In 2004, she and her family, including 3 daughters, decided to relocate to the Virginia area so that they could be a greater part of the equestrian community. She enjoys riding, tennis, skiing, cooking and hiking.
Dr. Garringer is a Diplomat of the American Board of Ophthalmology and is a member with both the American Academy of Ophthalmology and American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons.
She joined Winchester Eye Specialists in 2007 and she has since been specializing in the care and treatment of a wide variety of ophthalmic conditions. She is able to routinely accommodate patients at both our Cameron Street and WMC – Medical Office Building locations.
Charles W. Stine, OD.
Optometrist and Contact Lens specialist
Our Optometrist, Dr. Charles Stine received his Doctor of Optometry degree from the New England College of Optometry in Boston, Massachusetts. Since graduating in 1987 along with being associated with Ophthalmologists, he has also managed a successful practice in his hometown of Middleburg, Virginia. Dr. Stine's responsibilities since coming to Winchester Eye Specialists in 1995 have included routine eye care for patients of all ages, evaluation and management of acute and chronic eye diseases, and fitting of routine and specialty contact lenses for Keratoconus, post-op corneal transplants and unique corneal irregularities.
A premier Optometrist in the Northern Virginia region, Dr. Stine has prior training and experience from the world-renowned Joslin Diabetic Center, staff Optometrist for Washington Medical Center – David Casey, M.D., and as a Contact Lens consultant for Aspen Hill Eye Center. He has been a member in good standing of the American Optometric Association, Blue Ridge Optometric Society, National Academy of Sports Vision, and Better Vision Institute. Dr. Stine has been a volunteer Optometrist with the Department of Elderly Affairs – Montgomery County, MD, the Lions Club Free Clinics and has received accolades from President George Bush and Colon Powell for his participation with Vision USA.