Christi Warren, DVM, Diplomate ACVO
Dr. Warren earned her veterinary degree from Texas A&M University. She completed an internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery and a residency in Small Animal Medicine at Washington State University. She then became a resident in the Veterinary Ophthalmology program at University of Florida under her mentors Drs. Gelatt, Whitley, and Miller.
With completion of the residency, Dr. Warren became a board certified Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists and has worked at private specialty practices in Arizona and Florida.
Dr Warren is an ardent supporter of local and national animal and wildlife charities, and performs volunteer work for sanctuaries and animal rescue groups such as the Conservancy of Southwest Florida for care and rehabilitation of injured Florida wildlife , the Humane Society of Naples, Florida, and Shy Wolf Sanctuary.. She been awarded the Eagle Award from the Conservancy of Southwest Florida and Animal Advocate Award from the Humane Society Naples. Watch Video
In her free time, Dr. Warren is an avid CrossFit athlete.
Maggie Ewald, DVM
Dr. Ewald earned her veterinary degree from the University of Florida. She then completed an internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at Cornell University. She returned to the sunshine state and joined Animal Eye Doctors as an ophthalmology intern under her mentor, Dr Warren.
Prior to attending veterinary school, Dr. Ewald worked with Dr. Warren as a technician and it was during that time that Dr. Ewald’s passion for ophthalmology started. When the opportunity arose for Dr. Ewald to return to Animal Eye Doctors as an intern working with Dr. Warren, she was excited to return.
Dr. Ewald is the proud owner of three dogs, one of which is visually impaired . She is also active with the American Kennel Club.