Dr. Price was born and raised on the south side of Indianapolis. Prior to his distinguished career in ophthalmology, Dr. Price graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Notre Dame. He earned his medical degree from Indiana University Medical School, where he also completed his residency in ophthalmology. He completed a prestigious fellowship in corneal and external eye disease at Tulane University. He earned board-certification in ophthalmology, and established Price Vision Group more than 30 years ago.
Dr. Price established a nationally ranked cornea fellowship program here in Indianapolis that provides exceptional training to the next generation of cornea surgeons. The first laser vision correction procedure in Indiana was performed at Price Vision Group. He has played a key role in advancing LASIK by working directly with the American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons and the American Academy of Ophthalmology
If he wasn’t an ophthalmologist, Dr. Price says that he might choose to be a guide or tracker as his occupation because he loves nature. He would enjoy helping others get the same enjoyment that he does from hiking and canoeing. He also enjoys growing things and gardening, so perhaps a farmer would be his other occupation.
During his free time, Dr. Price enjoys traveling. Dr. Price and his wife usually make it a family affair and include their children and grandchildren. They especially enjoy canoeing the Canadian boundary waters.
He is the corneal expert. You look at the statistics of his results and it just all fits together. Dr. Price changed my life.
I traveled all the way from California to have Dr. Price perform DMEK on both of my eyes due to Fuchs Dystrophy. He saved my career and I really appreciate Dr. Price’s great work.
Thanks to Dr. Price I can see everything around me and I feel better about coming to work. You have really made a big change in my life.
Cornea and External Disease
Department of Ophthalmology
Doctorate of Medicine
Bachelor of Science
University of Notre Dame
Survey of Ophthalmology 2012;57:236-52.