North Carolina Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons

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NCSEPS 2020 Annual Meeting moves to VIRTUAL!

Wow, it has been a whirlwind these past five months and the NCSEPS has made some swift adaptations, aimed at serving our membership to the fullest.

NCSEPS’s leadership has made the choice to transition our annual meeting into launching our first-ever virtual learning program on Saturday, September 19th.

Doing a virtual event is different, exciting and full of potential – this is such a great time for us to try some new things and look at engagement differently.

We would love to have you join us for this meeting and the rest of our journey through 2020 and beyond!

Exhibitor Information: Exhibitor Prospectus   contact Gail Stephenson at if you have questions.

OTHER QUESTIONS?  please contact Megan Eberle at


NCSEPS 2021 Annual CODEQUEST Meeting moves to VIRTUAL!

The NCSEPS is glad to announce that the 2021 Codequest Meeting will be a one day Virtual training with Sue Vicchrilli, COT, OCS, OCSR on Saturday, January 23, 2021.  Please mark your calendars for this training and look for updates here as details are finalized.

OTHER QUESTIONS?  please contact Megan Eberle at

COVID-19 Resources from the American Academy of Ophthalmology


Two ways to join or renew your membership:

NCSEPS Advocacy Fund

Contribute to the NCSEPS Advocacy Fund today! The North Carolina Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons is dedicated to representing the best interests of ophthalmologists and their patients. That platform for advocacy applies to the areas of legislative and regulatory engagement and even in our efforts to promote equitable payer relations. To help build and sustain an effective advocacy program, the NCSEPS has established an Advocacy Fund. This fund allows ophthalmologists and their practices to financially contribute to the Society in a manner that is not subject to public disclosure. Contributions can come from personal or corporate accounts. Thank you for your support of the NCSEPS through the Advocacy Fund.

Simplify your future giving: set up a recurring monthly gift to the NCSEPS Advocacy Fund.

Want to send a check instead? Download a gift form (PDF).

Support EyePAC

Give online today and support EyePAC, the non-partisan political committee of the North Carolina Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons (NCSEPS), which relies on voluntary contributions from members like you to back candidates for public office who support the NCSEPS position on issues affecting ophthalmology practice and patient care in North Carolina. Download a PDF version of the donation form.


President: Chad Brasington, MD – Burlington

President-Elect: Robert Park, MD – Hendersonville

Secretary-Treasurer: James Bryan, III, MD – Chapel Hill

Member-at-Large: Nik Ulrich, MD – Chapel Hill

Member-at-Large: Hunter Stolldorf, MD – Charlotte

Member-at-Large: Christina Choe, MD – Hendersonville

Member-at-Large: Margaret A. Greven, MD – Winston-Salem

       Member-at-Large: Divikar Gupta, MD – Durham

Immediate Past President: Kathleen G. Gordon, MD – Morrisville

AAO Councilor: Sara E. Stoneburner, MD – Greensboro

AAO Vice-Councilor: Christopher P. Fleming, MD – Cary

Executive Director: W. Alan Skipper, CAE – Raleigh

Contact Information

North Carolina Society of Eye Physicians & Surgeons
PO Box 27167
Raleigh, NC 27611
(919) 833-3836 Phone
(919) 833-2023 Fax

National Headquarters

National Headquarters
American Academy of Ophthalmology
PO Box 7424
San Francisco, CA 94120-7424
(415) 561-8500


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