Dr. Whitney Boling is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist, specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of eye disease, cataract surgery, aesthetic procedures and LASIK.
She graduated from the University of Indianapolis with her bachelor’s in psychology and a Minor in Pre-Med in 2006 before serving as an Ophthalmology Research Assistant to the IU School of Medicine. Dr. Whitney Boling then served as the Vice President of Phi Delta Epsilon International Medical Fraternity in 2009 prior to graduating summa cum laude and Valedictorian of her Medical School Class from the American University of Antigua School of Medicine in 2011.
Dr. Boling completed the Transition Year of her Residency at the Detroit Medical Center’s Sinai Grace Hospital in 2013, where she met her husband! She went on to complete her Ophthalmology Residency at the Indiana University School of Medicine where she served as the Refractive Surgery Program Liaison through the conclusion of her tenure there in 2017.
Dr. Boling carries on the “Boling Legacy” with her commitment to service, as she has served as a tutor for the Sunshine Home for Girls, a Volunteer for the Free Vision Clinic, and development initiatives for the Children’s Miracle Network.
Dr. Boling is also a proud member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) and the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ASCRS). She volunteers for Operation Sight, which is the ASCRS Foundation’s U.S-based charitable cataract surgery program. The program matches eligible cataract patients with volunteer surgeons who are members of the Operation Sight Network. ASCRS empowers surgeons to improve the vision, outcomes, and quality of life for their patients through innovative approaches to Education, Advocacy, and Philanthropy.
Dr. Boling is also a volunteer for the Kindness to Prevent Blindness (KTPB) mobile unit. In collaboration with the Elkhart Education Foundation, the KTPB eye care mobile unit was designed with the goal to provide free vision screenings, exams, and glasses to all 1st, 3rd, 5th, and 8th grade students in Elkhart and St. Joseph County Schools—as is required by the Indiana Department of Education. This nonprofit initiative, funded by tax-deductible donations and in-kind community support, is focused on ensuring school children have the vision care they need to be successful in school.
Dr. Whitney Boling and her husband, Matt, who is an Internal Medicine Physician with Goshen Health Physician Network, have a sweet baby girl named Brielle and Pomsky named Luna. She is thrilled to work in Michiana and serve the community who has supported her since childhood.
I am beyond grateful for this amazing honor to join the family business as a 3rd generation ophthalmologist, where I welcome the responsibility of serving my community with Integrity, Compassion & Excellence! My daily goal is to fulfill and exceed guest expectations by providing exceptional service, cutting-edge technology, the highest quality of care and a personalized vision experience that our community has come to know and love, which has been set forth by the amazing Dr. Boling(s) that came before me.