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Masks are still required in healthcare facilities per OAR 333-019-1011. This applies to all patients, staff, and visitors.
A Message to our Patients:
The past few years have been difficult, but, despite the challenges, we are proud to have been able to continue to provide sight-saving eye care while keeping our patients and staff healthy and safe. Thank you to everyone for your hard work, patience, and dedication to our shared endeavor. We are hopeful that we will soon reach a state of calm and normalcy. In the meantime, we are committed to continue taking measures to ensure your safety, and our policies to reduce the risk of disease transmission and exposure remain in place.
Andrew Westfall, MD
Justin Baynham, MD
Monica Michelotti, MD
Scott McClintic, MD
The majority of our appointments are important to the preservation of vision, and we are encouraging our patients to keep their scheduled appointments. If you previously cancelled an appointment due to the COVID threat, please contact our office to discuss a plan for rescheduling.
Also, if you have tested positive for COVID or have had COVID-like symptoms within the last 5 days, please call our office prior to your appointment.
With regard to eye injection appointments, please read this statement from our providers:
“Eye injections are intended to reduce the risk of vision loss by temporarily suppressing disease activity. Delays in treatment beyond what has been recommended by your physician could potentially lead to permanent loss of vision. If a delay does occur, treatment can often be restarted and in some cases the vision may be at least partially restored; however, the exact degree of risk for each treatment delay is impossible to know up front. Each patient must make a personal decision regarding their risk of potential harm from infection exposure versus their risk of losing vision. If you do choose to keep your appointment, we will take all reasonable and known precautions to keep you safe during your visit.”
The following protocols have been put in place to protect both patients and our staff:
Dr. Scott McClintic is an ophthalmologist in Salem, Oregon. He received his medical degree from The Ohio State University College of Medicine.
Monica Michelotti, M.D., was born and raised in Los Alamos, New Mexico. She received her B.A. with honors from the University of Chicago. She did her medical school training at the University of Michigan where she graduated with honors and then stayed for her ophthalmology residency at the Kellogg Eye Center. She completed subspecialty training in retinal surgery at OHSU’s Casey Eye Institute and is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology. She has been invited to international institutions and conferences to present her work on improving the quality of care given by eye care providers. Dr. Michelotti and her husband enjoy hiking, playing soccer, kayaking, and travelling with their young daughter.
Andrew Westfall was born in North Carolina, and raised in Dickinson, North Dakota. He received his B.A. from Drake University and his M.D. from Oregon Health and Sciences University where he was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha a medical honor society. Following medical school, he performed his internship at Providence St. Vincent’s Hospital and then returned to OHSU for his ophthalmology residency at the Casey Eye Institute and received a Distinguished Service Award. His advanced training in vitreoretinal disease was at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Dr. Westfall has broad experience in all areas of medical and surgical retinal disease, and his research has been published in numerous journals and has also authored a chapter on the treatment of vitreoretinal trauma. Dr Westfall joined Dr. Servais and Dr Farmer at Retina Consultants LLC in 2005 and is an associate staff at Casey Eye Institute at OHSU. He is Board Certified and a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. He enjoys playing golf and basketball along with spending time with his wife and children.
Place and Year of Birth:
Boone, North Carolina, 1973
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Justin Baynham, M.D. was Born in Houston, Texas, and raised in Arlington, Virginia. He received his B.S. and M.D. from University of Virginia, and while there was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. Completing his internship at George Town University, Dr. Baynham performed his residency in Ophthalmology at the University of California, San Francisco, receiving a Heed Fellowship, the national award recognizing excellence in ophthalmology residency. His subspecialty of vitreoretinal surgery was performed at OHSU’s Casey Eye Institute, receiving an appointment of Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology. He is certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology. Dr. Baynham and his wife Allison enjoy tennis, skiing, hiking with their dog Coco, running, and exploring the Pacific Northwest.
2000-2004 – University of Virginia College of Arts and Sciences, B.S., Summa Cum Laude, Biology
2005-2009 – University of Virginia School of Medicine, M.D.
2009-2010 – Georgetown University/Fairfax INVOA Hospital, Intern, Transitional Medicine
2010-2013 – University of California, San Francisco, Resident, Ophthalmology
2013-2015 – Casey Eye Institute, Fellow, Vitreo-Retinal Surgery
2014 – Certification, American Board of Ophthalmology
2013 – Medical Licensure, State of Oregon (MD161869)
2010 – Medical Licensure, State of California (A114519), retired
2013 – Heed Foundation Fellowship
2012 – Hogan/Garcia Award for best resident scientific paper
2012 – Starr E. Shulman MPA Fellowship
2007 – Alpha Omega Alpha, 3rd year
2007 – Pass with Distinction for preclinical courses
2007 – Pathology Honor Society
2004 – Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society
2015 – present Private Practice, Retina Consultants of Salem, Salem, OR
2015 – present Affiliate Instructor, Casey Eye Institute, OHSU, Portland, OR
2013 – 2015 Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology, Casey Eye Institute, OHSU, Portland, OR
2017 – Chiang H, Sandhu R, Baynham J, Wilson D, Lauer A. A case of ophthalmomyiasisinterna in the Pacific Northwest.Am Jour of Ophthal Case Reports. 2017. June; 6: 11-14.
2016 – Thomas AS, Baynham JT, Flaxel CJ. Macular holes, vitetlliform lesions, and midperipheral retinoschisis in Alport Syndrome. Retin Cases Brief Rep. 2016. Spring; 10(2): 109-11.
2015 – Campbell J, Beardsley R, Palejwala N, Baynham J, Lin W, Suhler E, Rosenbaum J, Flaxel C, Lin P. Peripheral vascular leakage in patients with uveitis: prevalence and associated clinical and angiographic findings. Ophthalmology. 2015. June; 122(6): 1269-70.
2012 – Baynham J, Moorman M, Donnellan C, Cevallos V, Keenan J. Antibacterial effect of human milk for common causes of paediatric conjunctivitis.Br J Ophthalmol. 2013; 97(3): 377-9.
2009 – Baynham, J, Newman S. Ocular vaccinia with severe restriction of extraocular motility. Archives of Ophthalmology. 2009; 127(12): 1688-90.
2014 – Baynham J. Lipemiaretinalis and hypertensive retinopathy. Casey Eye Institute Posterior Segment Conference. Portland, OR; July, 2014.
2014 – Baynham J. Cuticulardrusen. Oregon Ophthalmological Alumni Association Annual Meeting. Portland, OR; June, 2014.
2014 – Baynham J.Sorsby fundus dystrophy. Casey Eye Institute Posterior Segment Conference. Portland, OR; June, 2014.
2014 – Baynham J. Atypical central serous chorioretinopathy. Casey Eye Institute Posterior Segment Conference. Portland, OR; June, 2014.
2014 – Baynham J. Vitamin A deficiency retinopathy. Casey Eye Institute Posterior Segment Conference.Portland, OR; April, 2014.
2014 – Baynham J. Macular hole associated with Alport syndrome. Casey Eye Institute Posterior Segment Conference.Portland, OR; March, 2014.
2014 – Baynham J. Ophthalmic artery occlusion. Casey Eye Institute Posterior Segment Conference. Portland, OR; February, 2014.
2014 – Baynham J. Acute macular neuroretinopathy. Casey Eye Institute Posterior Segment Conference. Portland, OR; January, 2014.
2013 – Baynham J. Hereditary retinal artery tortuosity/retinal vascular anomalies. Casey Eye Institute Posterior Segment Conference. Portland, OR; July 2013.
2013 – Baynham J. Crystalline retinopathy associated with intravitreal kenalog. Casey Eye Institute Posterior Segment Conference. Portland, OR; October 2013.
2013 – Baynham J. Blood brain barrier maculopathy. Casey Eye Institute Posterior Segment Conference. Portland, OR; September 2013.
2013 – Baynham J. Angioid streaks. Casey Eye Institute Posterior Segment Conference. Portland, OR; August 2013.
2013 – Baynham J. Blunt posterior segment trauma. Casey Eye Institute Posterior Segment Conference. Portland, OR; July 2013.
2013 – Baynham, J. Pseudotumorcerebri. UCSF Ophthalmology Grand Rounds Case Report. San Francisco, CA; April 2013.
2013 – Baynham, J. Ectodermal dysplasia. UCSF Ophthalmology Grand Rounds Case Report. San Francisco, CA; April 2013.
2012 – Baynham, J; Keenan, J. Growth inhibition by human breast milk of common bacterial causes of pediatric conjunctivitis. UCSF Alex R. Irvine Residents’ Day. San Francisco, CA; March 2012.
2012 – Baynham, J. Pseudoxanthoma elasticum. UCSF Ophthalmology Grand Rounds Case Report. San Francisco, CA; February 2012.
2011 – Baynham, J. Sclopetaria. UCSF Ophthalmology Grand Rounds Case Report. San Francisco, CA; December 2011.
2011 – Baynham, J. Severe persistent pupillary membranes. UCSF Ophthalmology Grand Rounds Case Report. San Francisco, CA; December 2011.
2010 – Baynham, J. Retinoblastoma. UCSF Ophthalmology Grand Rounds Case Report. San Francisco, CA; November 2010.
2010 – Baynham, J. Myasthenia gravis. UCSF Ophthalmology Grand Rounds Case Report. San Francisco, CA; September 2010
2010 – Baynham, J. Estimating intracranial pressure by ophthalmodynamometry. Georgetown University Transitional Residents’ Research Day. Fairfax, VA; May 2010.
2004 – Baynham, J; Menaker, M. Circadian Responses to Light in the Rpe65 Knockout Mouse. Katz’s Undergraduate Research Symposium. Charlottesville, VA; April 2004.
2014 – Baynham J, Flaxel C. Macular Hole and Mid-Peripheral Retinoschisis in Alport Syndrome. Annual Retina Society Scientific Meeting. Philadelphia, PA; September 2014.
2014 – Baynham J, Rosenbaum J, Suhler E, Goldstein D, Biggee K, Lin P. Novel autofluorescence and optical coherence findings in birdshot chorioretinopathy. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Annual Meeting. Orlando, FL; May 2014.
2013 – Baynham J, Moorman M, Donnellan C, Cevallos V, Keenan J. Demographics and bacterial contamination influences in antibacterial effectiveness of human milk. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Annual Meeting. Seattle, WA; May 2013.
2011 – Baynham, J; Jeng, B. Incidence, risk factors, and outcomes of ulcerative keratitis in the medically uninsured population of San Francisco, California. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Annual Meeting. Fort Lauderdale, FL; May 2011.
2004 – Doyle, S; Castrucci, A; Baynham, J; Bodmer, D; Provencio, I; Menaker, M. Circadian Responses to Light in the Rpe65 Knockout Mouse. Ninth Meeting of the Society for Research on Biological Rhythms. Whistler, BC; August 2004.
2004 – Doyle, S; Castrucci, A; Baynham, J; Bodmer, D; Provencio, I; Menaker, M. Circadian Responses to Light in the Rpe65 Knockout Mouse. Gordon Research Conference. Queen’s College, Oxford University, June 2004
2012-2013 – Vice President, Co-chair of the educational content of the Frederick C. Cordes Eye Society, annual scientific meeting and business alumni society of the Department of matters of the alumni society. Ophthalmology, UCSF
2012-2013 – Member-in-Training Representative, Board of Councilors, California Academy of Eye Physicians and Surgeons
2015 – preset Affiliate Instructor, OHSU Supervise retina fellows in medical and surgical care of on-call retina patients
2013 -present Clinical Instructor, OHSU Supervise residents and medical students at the OHSU medical center and the Portland VA medical center in retina clinics, supervise resident surgery, lecture residents on retina-related subjects
2012-2013 – Clinical preceptor for UCSF Preceptor for 3rdyear medical students on medical students the ophthalmology rotation.
2008-2009 – Medical student tutor Provided academic support for medical students in the pre-clinical courses.
2008-2009 – Medical student physical Provided instruction on performing the exam instructor physical exam for 2ndyear medical students.
2013-2014 – Casey Eye Institute Novel autofluorescence and optical Mentor: Phoebe Lin, MD, PhD coherence tomography findings in birdshot chorioretinopathy
2013-2014 – Casey Eye Institute Novel optical coherence tomography Mentor: Christina Flaxel, MD findings in patients with macular hole and Alport syndrome
2012 UCSF – Department of Ophthalmology Growth inhibition by human breast milk of and Francis I. ProctorFoundation for common bacterial causes of pediatric
Research in Ophthalmology conjunctivitis Mentor: Jeremy Keenan, MD, MPH
2011 – UCSF Department of Ophthalmology Incidence, risk factors, and outcomes of and Francis I. Proctor Foundation for ulcerative keratitis in the medically
Research in Ophthalmology uninsured population of San Francisco, Mentor: Bennie Jeng, MD California
2002-2004 – UVA Center for Biological Timing Circadian light entrainment in Rpe65
2008-2009 – Mentor: Michael Menaker, Ph.D. knockout mice. Phase response and anatomic expression of C-fosby immunocytochemistry in cone-only diurnal
Rpe65/Opn4 knockout mice.
2006 – UVA Kluge Children’s Retrospective analysis of peri-operative and Rehabilitation Center follow-up variables in children with Mentor: Mark Abel, MD neuromuscular scoliosis undergoing spinal instrumentation and fusion.
2006 – UVA Department of Retrospective analysis of vital sign markers Emergency Medicine of cardiac arrest preceding the event. Mentor: William Brady, MD
2002 – UVA Department of Surgery Surgical team communication aptitude on Mentor: Forrest Calland, MD mortality and morbidity outcomes.
2005 – Region Ten Mental Health Performed house visits and mental health services, Charlottesville, VA assessments on mentally ill patients in the community.
2004-2005 – Arlington County Free Clinic Performed histories and physical exams Arlington, VA on low-income patients.
2002-2004 – Charlottesville-Albemarle Performed emergency pre-hospital care as Rescue Squad, Charlottesville, VA an EMT.
2004-2005 – Syracuse Research Corporation, Toxicologist performing human health Arlington, VA and ecotoxicity reviews of new chemicals for the Environmental Protection Agency.
2004-2005 Syracuse Research Corporation, Toxicologist performing human health, Arlington, VA and ecotoxicity reviews of new chemicals for the Environmental Protection Agency.