Mark J. Trevino, M.D. Comprehensive Ophthalmology and Cataract Surgery

Trevino

Dr. Mark J. Trevino, a San Antonio native, is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist, specializing in comprehensive ophthalmology. He attended the University of Texas at Austin where he earned his business degree with honors. While at the University of Texas, Dr. Trevino decided to pursue his lifelong interest in medicine. After graduation, he attended the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston where he earned his medical degree. Following medical school, he completed his medical internship as well as his residency at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia. While there, he was honored to be selected as the Chief Resident during his final year of training for the ophthalmology program. During Dr. Trevino’s time in Georgia, he worked closely with specialists in all fields of ophthalmology, learning the latest techniques to provide the best care with the safest and most reliable and innovative technology in the industry.

After graduation, Dr. Trevino and his family moved back to Texas to be closer to family and friends. After arriving in San Antonio in 2013 and gathering valuable experience, Dr. Trevino began searching for a practice that met his high standards of patient care and had an excellent standing in the medical community. He was happy to find this with Ophthalmology Associates of San Antonio, where he will continue to practice comprehensive ophthalmology. Dr. Trevino is also happy to give back to the medical community by serving as an Adjunct Assistant Professor with the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Texas - San Antonio Medical School. With his training, experience, and exceptional surgical skills, Dr. Trevino is able to provide medical and surgical treatments for conditions such as cataracts, dry eye, glaucoma, and diabetes, as well as performing eyelid surgeries.

Dr. Trevino enjoys spending time with his wife, Amy, whom he met at the University of Texas, and their two young sons, Will and Knox. An avid Longhorn and Spurs fan, he also enjoys spending time with his active family and friends hunting, fishing, cooking/grilling, watching the Masters, and being outdoors.

Dr. Trevino considers it a blessing to work in eye care and especially enjoys the long-term patient-physician relationship ophthalmology affords.