Charlene Grice, M.D. is a board-certified ophthalmologist and ophthalmic surgeon who specializes in corneal dystrophies, dry eyes, contact lens-related problems, and
She graduated from The College of Charleston and completed medical school at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). Following medical school, Dr. Grice completed her residency at MUSC’s Storm Eye Institute and her fellowship training with the Eye Consultants of Atlanta in cornea and external disease.
Dr. Grice is a member of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, as well as The Cornea Society. She was an Assistant Professor at MUSC, the Cornea Fellowship Director, and she was named Pierre Gautier Jenkins’ Teacher of the Year (2011-2012).
Locations Served: West Ashley I, Mathis Ferry, North Charleston
Certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology.
“Dr. Grice is an outstanding physician. I was referred to her when my doctor couldn’t cure my staph infection in my eyes. I’d had this infection for 9 months. Dr. Grice saved my eyes!
She is compassionate and at the same time quite professional. Also, she listen to her patients. The staff is so nice and welcoming. I am so glad is she is my ophthalmologist.” – Katherine N.
“Outstanding Corneal specialist. She did a corneal transplant on my wife, the case proved very challenging. Throughout, she was available, knowledgeable, professional and warmly engaged, never giving up until vision improved. The staff was likewise supportive, efficient and highly professional.
As a ENT surgeon myself, I am extremely grateful and impressed by her professional engagement and technical experience. She is highly qualified and recommended.” – Dov R.
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