Ellen Chance Sanders, MD
We are sad to say that Dr. Sanders has moved to Colorado and is no longer with our practice. We will miss her and we know that her patients will, too. Patients are being reassigned to the other doctors in our practice, primarily to Dr. Rita Page.
Dr. Sanders earned a bachelor or arts degree in music, with honors, from the University of North Carolina and a medical degree from Wake Forest University School of Medicine.
• Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center—residency in ophthalmology
Licensure & Board Certification
• Diplomate, American Board of Ophthalmology
• Monticello Community Surgery Center
Memberships, Offices & Committee Appointments
• American Medical Association
Awards & Honors
• Honor Council, Wake Forest University School of Medicine
• Honor Council and Dean’s List, University of North Carolina
• University of North Carolina Honors Program Study Abroad, London
• “DSEK and Use of Autologous Serum,” Southeastern Corneal Conference, University of Miami, 2007
• “Traumatic Fungal Contamination of Anterior Chamber,” Trauma Grand Rounds, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, 2007
• “Comparison of 5-Fluorouracil Chemotherapy Versus Surgical Excision in the Treatment of Conjunctival Intraepithelial Neoplasia,” Annual Meeting, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, 2007
• “Varying Ptosis and Surgical Management,” Oculoplastics Semiannual Grand Rounds, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, 2007
• “Moebius, Duane’s and Goldenhar Syndromes,” Pediatric Ophthalmology Grand Rounds, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, 2006
• “Management of Fungal Endophthalmitis,” Southeastern Cornea Conference, Emory University, Atlanta 2006
• “Fungal Endophthalmitis,” Cornea Grand Rounds, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, 2005
• Kroening L, Davis, Jr. “Management of Lower Extremity Riding Lawn Mower Injuries in Children,” Orthopedic Nursing., 2003 Mar-April, 19(2):29-37. (Researcher).
• Chance, Ellen T. “A Psychedelic Experience: The Beatles and LSD.” Senior Honors Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Archives. 2000.