"Dr. Andrew Wallmann grew up in both Seattle, WA and St. George, UT. Growing up as an Eagle Scout, he gained an appreciation for the outdoors and a knack for hard work.
He earned his undergraduate degree at Brigham Young University where he studied neuroscience and graduated magna cum laude. He then went to medical school at the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix. Dr. Wallmann completed his residency at the University of Texas Medical Branch where he was awarded the Silver Scalpel- an award given to the resident with the greatest surgical skill.
Dr. Wallmann is an ophthalmologist at our Yuma eye center and specializes in comprehensive ophthalmology and cataract surgery.
In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and kids, cycling, camping, reading, and watching sports."
"Southwestern Eye Center was established in 1982 in Mesa, Arizona, by Dr. Lothaire Bluth. For more than 35 years, the practice has grown and continues to offer world-class technology and down-to-earth values.
Dr. Bluth pioneered the concept of bringing the doctor to the patient and bringing comprehensive eye care to rural and underserved areas throughout Arizona. On a given morning, three to four airplanes take Southwestern Eye Center ophthalmologists and their crews to outlying offices and ambulatory surgery centers where operations for cataracts, retinal disease, glaucoma, and oculoplastics are performed on those who are unable to travel to or afford care in larger metropolitan centers. Offering outpatient surgical procedures locally allows patients to receive superior and more convenient care at a fraction of the cost the same procedures required in a metropolitan or hospital setting.
More recently, Southwestern Eye Center partnered with Barnet Dulaney Perkins Eye Center as a founding practice in the American Vision Partners network. We will continue to operate all of our centers with the same level of quality you expect, and you will work with the same doctors and staff you have always trusted for your ophthalmology needs."