Sara Turner, PA-C, completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Pittsburgh, followed by a graduate degree in Physician Assistant Studies from The Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC. After completing her studies, Sara returned to her hometown of Ann Arbor and joined Kellogg Eye Center at the University of Michigan, where she received specialized training in oculoplastic surgery and worked as an independent provider and surgical assistant. Sara has presented at national conferences on the role of PAs in ophthalmology and oculoplastic surgery. Her areas of expertise include eyelid malposition, tearing, thyroid eye disease, eyelid lesions, and the management of dry eyes and blepharitis.
Sara has a calming demeanor and is exceptionally detail oriented and patient focused. Whether you are in need of intense pulsed light treatments for blepharitis and dry eye or evaluation of an eyelid condition, know that with Sara you will be in good hands. Sara works closely with our oculoplastic surgeons to evaluate and prepare you for surgery, and you may see her in the operating room on the big day!
Areas of Interest:
- Blepharitis, MGD, inflammatory dry eyes
- Lid lesions including chalazia
- Droopy eyelids
- Eyelid malpositions- ectropion and entropion
- Thyroid eye disease