Reder, M.D., Surgery/Medicine
Reder graduated from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, before attending Loma
Linda University School of Medicine. After graduation from medical school in 1997,
Dr. Reder completed his transitional internship in Austin Texas, and his ophthalmology
residency at Friedenwald Eye Institute at Maryland General Hospital in Baltimore,
residency he joined the ORBIS project – dedicated to teaching ophthalmology
to physicians in under developed countries. Dr. Reder received his Board Certification
in ophthalmology in 2002 and is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology
Frederick A. Richburg, M.D. Retired, Founder
A. Richburg, M.D.
Dr. Richburg attended Princeton University and began medical
school at the University of Illinois in Chicago after only three years of undergraduate
training. He completed his internship at Valley Medical Center in Fresno. He served
as U.S. Army Captain from 1962-1963 with honorable discharge. His post-graduate
work was done at Harvard Medical School Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary in
Boston and his ophthalmology residency at Valley Medical Center in Fresno and
University of California, San Francisco through July 1967. He holds several positions
in Fresno including staff and courtesy staff memberships at St. Agnes, Fresno
Community Hospital, Valley Children’s Hospital and V.A. Hospital.
including Fresno/Madera Medical Society, American Medical Association, American
Academy of Ophthalmology, American College of Surgeons, American Board of Eye
Surgeons, Society for Excellence in Eyecare, ASCRS, Out-patient Ophthalmic Surgery
Richburg’s Masonic history includes Las Palmas Lodge, Scottish Rite and
Tehran Shrine Temple (Potentate 1987), and Tehran Temple Trustee (1991-1996).
He and his wife Linda enjoy their four grown children and the newest addition
to the family, granddaughter Helena. They enjoy traveling, especially to Kona
Hawaii. They started Mission Cataract in 1991 and in 1995 this program provided
1,500 cataract IOL procedures throughout the US free for patients who had no Medicare,
MediCal, or other means of paying for necessary surgery.