The Virginia Retina Center

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The Virginia Retina Center


The Virginia Retina Center is pleased to announce the opening of our new Warrenton location on May 1st 2017!


45 N. Hill Drive Suite 202 Warrenton, VA 20186


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Virginia Retina Center is pleased to announce that Dr. Sam Mansour and Dr. Marena Patronas have both been named TOP Doc 2016 by Washingtonian Magazine.


The Virginia Retina Center is a comprehensive clinical and research center for the diagnosis and management of diseases of the retina and vitreous. Dr. Mansour and the staff of VRC are committed to providing the most comprehensive, state-of-the-art care to patients with vitreoretinal disorders. Our highly qualified staff is dedicated to providing this specialized care in the most compassionate fashion. The education of patients about their specific vitreoretinal disorder is an important component of the practice at VRC. Dr. Mansour and the VRC staff are readily available to answer your questions and concerns to ensure that you understand your condition and all available treatment options. The mission of VRC is to provide the highest quality vitreoretinal care available anywhere. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.


Mission Statement

The Virginia Retina Center seeks to preserve and restore the sight of present and future generations by continuing to provide the highest quality and most complete health care to our patients, by developing new knowledge and skills, and by passing on our knowledge to other health care providers and patients.