Our Doctors



In this day and age, personalized care has in many respects become obsolete. However, Norman Rockwell’s image of a doctor spending time with his patients is precisely what you will find with Dr Michael Brosman MD.  To be a patient of Dr Brosman is to have the personalized care we all deserve.  “I listen to my patients, and ensure their questions and concerns are addressed, rather than rushing them out the door with a pamphlet stuck in their pocket,” says Dr Brosman.  This doctor feels that one of the most crucial aspects of medical care is having a human connection between doctor and patient.  “I believe in treating my patient with the same compassion and care as I would expect for my own family.”  He applies this philosophy to every aspect of the practice.


Dr Brosman, a native of Santa Monica, CA, and his wife Victoria, from Toronto Canada, have chosen to raise their four young children in Wilmington. “We are ever amazed at how warm, kind and caring the city has been to our family,” says Victoria. 


Dr Brosman graduated Magna Cum Laude from Brown University, and then attended The Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California.  He then trained in Ophthalmology at Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia.


He provides a wide range of services to include routine eye exams, contact lens fitting, care for dry eyes, allergies and both medical and laser treatment for glaucoma.  He also performs no needle, no stitch cataract surgery.  He uses the most advanced premium lens implants with cataract surgery to either reduce or eliminate the need for glasses.


For him helping and connecting with people is the reason he chose a career in medicine. “I strive to be more than just an eye doctor, but rather, my focus is the total health and well being of my patients.”



    Dr. George Popel is founder of The Eye Center of Delaware.  Although Dr. Popel is currently retired, he was one the first ophthalmologists (i.e., eye surgeons) in the Wilmington area to perform "no-stitch" cataract surgery using phacoemulsification (or ultrasound), which is the standard today.      

    Dr. Popel graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Fordham University in 1965 and Cornell Medical College in 1969.  He completed his internship in Internal Medicine prior to an one-year residency in neurology at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City.  Dr. Popel then completed his ophthalmology residency at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmiry in 1974 .  The Eye Center of Delaware thanks Dr. Popel for all of the quality care he has provided his patients and to the state of Delaware.




     Dr. Wayne Dunn is a board-certified vitreoretinal surgeon for The Eye Center of Delaware and is the current Medical Director.  His advanced training and expertise is in the evaluation and treatment of diseases of the posterior segment of the eye (or the back part of the eye, including the retina and vitreous).  Dr. Dunn evaluates and treats all retinal diseases of the eye including diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, retinal detachments, and other diseases of the retina. 

    Dr. Dunn graduated from New York University with a bachelor's in economics.  He then received his medical degree from Rush Medical College in Chicago, IL in 1991.  After completing his internship at Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's Hospital, he received his ophthalmology residency training at Interfaith Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY.  Afterwards, Dr. Dunn completed additional fellowship training in vitreoretinal diseases and surgery at the University of Toronto.  Prior to joining The Eye Center of Delaware, Dr. Dunn was a former director of the Georgia Retinal Eye Center before moving to Pennsylvania, where he was a retinal consultant and surgeon with Retina and Diabetic Eye Specialists.  He is currently an active member of The American Academy of Ophthalmology, The Delaware Academy of Ophthalmology, and The Medical Society of Delaware.



     Dr. Christopher Davolos is a board certified Optometrist specializing in primary eye care, and specialty contact lenses. He is experienced in medical management of ocular diseases. Born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware, he earned his Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree from the University of Delaware. He attended the Pennsylvania College of Optometry earning his Doctorate of Optometry (O.D.) in 2004. He completed internships in private practice, and at the Elsmere Veterans Hospital.  Dr. Davalos is a member of The American Optometric Association and The Delaware Optometric Association.