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OFFICES IN MERRITT ISLAND, ROCKLEDGE, AND VIERA
While driving along Wickham Road and Stadium Parkway in
Viera you might have noticed an elegant Mediterranean-style
building at Viera Medical Park across from Viera Hospital. This
new structure is a place with vision and for vision, literally, for the
facility serves as the new Viera home of Florida Retina Specialists.
This October, Viera residents will be able to conveniently access Florida
Retina Specialists services in their own backyard.
“Many of our patients and many of our referring doctors are from the
Viera area, so we wanted to make it as convenient as possible for them,”
said Dr. Frank Venzara III, who founded Florida Retina Specialists in 2014.
By combining compassionate healing with the latest technology and
treatment modalities at offices never too far from patients’ homes, Florida
Retina Specialists is the go-to practice for whatever can affect the retina.
“Our goal is to provide the highest quality retina care to our patients
along with a humble-servant attitude,” said Dr. Venzara.
Florida Retina Specialists currently has offices at 280 N. Sykes Creek
Pkwy., Suite B, Merritt Island, and 2329 Medico Ln., Suite 103, Viera. For
more information, visit floridaretinaspecialists.com or call 321-735-8800.
FLORIDA RETINA SPECIALISTS NOW SERVING VIERA
FACES OF MEDICINE
OPHTHALMOLOGIST, DR. TIMOTHY TWEITO:
DEDICATED TO SERVE YOUR EYE CARE NEEDS
Since 2014, Dr. Frank Venzara, the founder of Florida Retina Specialists has been striving
to meet the eye-care needs for all of us in need of specialized eye-care. This summer,
he has added Dr. Tim Tweito to this valuable team of specially trained Ophthalmologists
serving all of Brevard County.
Dr. Timothy Tweito brings a wealth of experience to a practice already well
recognized for its ability to provide state-of-the-art treatment in a courteous and
“I consider it a privilege to care for my patients’ vision,” he said.
A board-certified ophthalmologist, Dr. Tweito is also a vitreoretinal specialist,
a physician who devotes his career to issues affecting the retina and vitreous,
including age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal
detachment repair, endophthalmitis, uveitis and retinal vascular disease.
“I am drawn to the complexity of the retina and recognize the importance
of vision for quality life,” he said.
“Your sight impacts everything you do, and I am fascinated by the
depth of knowledge, evolving research and technological advancements
in my field.”
After earning his medical degree from the University of Kansas School
of Medicine, Dr. Tweito completed an internship in internal medicine at
the University of Florida Health/Shands Hospital in Jacksonville before
heading to Ohio State University for his ophthalmology residency and
vitreoretinal fellowship. For his work as clinical assistant professor at
Ohio State, he was awarded the Makley-Battles Teaching Award. Dr.
Tweito was also part of the investigative team in the landmark Lucentis
studies on the treatment of wet macular degeneration.
OFFICE: 321-735-8800 FLORIDARETINASPECIALISTS.COM