Dr. Paul Kremer is a fellowship trained corneal surgeon. He is one of the most experienced LASIK surgeons on the West Coast. He regularly advises other eye surgeons with their LASIK techniques.More than 70 physicians have trusted Dr. Kremer for their LASIK vision correction. He has treated thousands of other patients.
He and his staff are dedicated to using the newest technology, including wavescan guided Intralase LASIK.
Dr. Kremer is a native of Seattle. He graduated from the University of Washington in Physics and the University of Washington School of Medicine, both with honors distinction. He interned at Virginia Mason, then completed residency training at Boston University and Harvard Hospitals in Boston. He then completed a year long fellowship in corneal and refractive surgery in San Francisco.
He performs corneal and refractive surgery weekly, in addition to sutureless cataract surgery, corneal transplants and DSEK targeted tissue transplants. He has performed tens of thousands of surgical procedures.
Dr. Kremer worked at a medical clinic in the Dominican Republic performing surgery and providing medical care in the small town of Barahona. He and the team perform surgical procedures on immigrants, the poor, adults and children in need of care.
Dr. Kremer was the President of the Kitsap County Medical Society in 2013, an organization of more than 300 physicians. In 2011 he served as President of the Kitsap County Medical Society Charitable Foundation. The Foundation is the largest charitable organization on the peninsula focusing on community health.
Dr. Kremer is a SightLife Global Partner. SightLife is the nation’s largest eyebank, and provides corneal tissue for transplantation from its center in Seattle. Sightlife’s mission includes worldwide efforts to eliminate blindness due to corneal diseases. Sightlife has ongoing projects in the countries where 90% of the world’s population of blind people with corneal disease live. Go towww.sightlife.com to learn more.
He lectures regularly on corneal, refractive and anterior segment topics to both the public and other physicians. He has presented lectures to eye physicians at the University of Washington, Tacoma, Seattle, in Hawaii and in Kitsap County.
Dr. Kremer has been selected by his peers for inclusion in Best Doctors in America® from 2007-2016; only those doctors recognized as the top 5% of their respective specialty earn the honor of being named one of the Best Doctors in America.