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Reliant Medical Group Southboro Medical - Now a part of Reliant Medical Group Phone number for Reliant Medical Group: (800) 283-2556 Phone number for Southboro Medical Group: (508) 481-5500

Olga Ceron
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"Innovation can really make an incredible difference for patients..."

Born in Bogotá, Colombia, Dr. Olga Cerón came to the United States when she was just five years old.  “In school, I was fascinated by math and science growing up and had the opportunity in college to be a part of the UCLA student research program, an eye-opening opportunity which was one of the many that sparked my interest in the eye and influenced me to become an ophthalmologist.”

Dr. Cerón is a vitreoretinal specialist and brings specialized experience in the care of retinal diseases including diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, and inherited retinal diseases.  She also provides comprehensive ophthalmic care for patients, treating everything from dry eye to evaluation for cataracts, glaucoma, and foreign bodies. Dr. Cerón was a fellow at the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston, MA. “It’s one of the leading centers for diabetic eye care and helped teach me to evaluate a patient’s health as a whole, through the eye as an integral component of the body,” she explains. “It was really invaluable.”

Dr. Cerón enjoys offering her patients the latest discoveries in ophthalmology. “There has been a lot of progress and advancement in therapies and treatments in ophthalmology and I think that comes from doctors and scientists having that inquisitive mind and saying that we have something really good here but can we do better? Innovation can really make a huge difference for patients, especially when we combine that innovation with compassion.” Dr. Cerón recently became part of the Global Clinical Scholars Research Training Program at Harvard Medical School which provides clinicians advanced training in the methods and conduct of clinical research.

Some of the treatments that Dr. Cerón provides for her patients include injections for macular edema, diabetic retinopathy, exudative macular degeneration, and laser treatments for the eye. She also performs YAG laser capsulotomy to correct cloudy vision after cataract surgery.