In practice for over 35 years, Dr. Rodis is committed to providing the highest level of care possible. He is certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and is also a Diplomat of that board. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. A veteran of the U.S. Navy, Dr. Rodis served as chairman of the Department of Ophthalmology at the Naval Regional Medical Center in Philadelphia, PA. prior to beginning his private practice in Cumberland County. He received his medical degree from the University of Michigan, and both a Master of Philosophy and a Doctor of Philosophy from the George Washington University. In 1980 he purchased the practice of Samuel Pole, M.D.(the only ophthalmologist in Bridgeton, NJ) after working part-time for Theodore Buckner, M.D. for 5 years and one year full time. He also opened a small office in Millville, NJ. He traveled to Russia in 1981 to study the Radial Keratotomy procedure with Dr. Fyodorov, the ophthalmologist who developed this surgical procedure which corrects nearsightedness. Dr. Rodis started performing this surgery in 1981. He was Director of Ophthalmic Services for the Memorial Children's Fund in Florida and traveled to countries such as Vietnam, Burma, and Laos to teach, supply medicine and supplies and deliver eye care to the children in these countries. He was instrumental in developing the first Corneal Eye Bank in Southeast Asia that opened in April of 1994 in Burma. He was the only American member of the Vietnamese Ophthalmology Society. The practice flourished and in 1983 he built a 7600 square foot office in Millville which included the first ophthalmic ambulatory surgical center in the southern half of New Jersey. In an effort to return to the small town carea nd attention that Dr. Rodis built his practice on, he has returned to the roots of the practice in Brindgeton, NJ to serve his patients and friends, both new and old.