Ronald S. Aslett, M.D.
Ronald S. Aslett, M.D., co-founder
of the Aslett-Kurica Eye Center, has been in practice in
Ophthalmology serving the River Parishes for over 25 years. Dr.
Aslett went to Texas Tech University Medical School in Texas,
then completed both an internal medicine residency and an
ophthalmology residency at Ochsner Foundation Hospital in New
Orleans. His experience is very extensive, ranging from
state-of-the-art cataract and refractive laser surgery to in
office diagnosis and treatment of diabetic retinopathy and
glaucoma. He is committed to keeping up with the latest advances
in Ophthalmology and has a conservative and thoughtful approach
to his patient’s needs.
Philip J. Kurica, M.D.
Philip J. Kurica, M.D., co-founder
of the Aslett-Kurica Eye Center, is a native of New Orleans and
a graduate of the LSU School of Medicine. He completed his
ophthalmology residency at the Medical University of South
Carolina’s STORM Eye Institute, where he was Chief Resident. He
is certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology.
Daniel K. Kurica, M.D.
Daniel K. Kurica, MD, a native of
LaPlace, joined Aslett Kurica Eye Center in July of 2009. He
received his doctor of medicine degree from LSU Medical Center
in New Orleans in 2005, then completed an internship in Internal
Medicine at Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans. He completed
his ophthalmology residency at the LSU/Ochsner Ophthalmology
training program in New Orleans in 2009, where he served as
Rudolph Franklin, M.D.
Rudolph M. Franklin, M.D. earned
his undergraduate and medical degrees at Johns Hopkins
University in Baltimore, Maryland. His postgraduate training in
ophthalmology was done at The Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns
Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore Maryland. His additional
training in immunology and retinal diseases also took place at
Wilmer. Dr. Franklin served two years in U.S. Public Health
Service stationed in Bethesda, M.D. performing immunology and