A modern pediatric medical facility filled with expert pediatric medical specialists and the very latest equipment awaits you and your child at Nemours duPont Pediatrics, Bryn Mawr. Access the expertise of Nemours’ pediatric ophthalmologists from Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children right in our convenient Bryn Mawr location, with equally convenient hours and all of the warm, family-centered care for which Nemours is known.
Specialized Pediatric Ophthalmology Training
Nemours’ pediatric ophthalmologists have completed residencies in pediatric ophthalmology and are trained specifically in pediatric eye problems. Our specialized physicians offer comprehensive eye examinations and testing to diagnose and treat infant, childhood and adolescent eye disorders. And, if needed, we have the skill and experience to perform pediatric eye surgery.
Teaming Up With Your Child’s Doctor and Other Nemours Specialists
Some pediatric eye problems are related to specific medical conditions, so our pediatric ophthalmology specialists often collaborate with other Nemours’ medical specialists. State-of-the-art electronic health records (EHR) and digital photography make it easy to share eye test results and treatment plans with our specialists and your child’s primary care doctor.
And to make things easier for you as a parent or guardian, we'll do our best to coordinate your child's visit with other specialty appointments as needed.
Children With Developmental Delays
Our team members are particularly sensitive to the challenges that children with developmental delays (e.g., autism) may have in testing situations. We’re committed to giving them complete and thorough pediatric eye exams with as little anxiety as possible.
Before You Deliver
A number of pediatric eye problems can be diagnosed before birth. Our doctors are pioneers in diagnosing ophthalmic disorders in utero (in the womb).
Learn more about the Nemours Partners for Perinatal Management program, which works with expectant parents facing a possible congenital (present at birth) condition.