Sumana Kommana, M.D.
Dr. Kommana’s Services Include:
- Comprehensive Eye Exams
- Diabetic Eye Exams
- Cataract Surgery with Premium Lens Technology
- Ocular Surface Disease
- Dry Eye Treatment
- Corneal Disorders
- Corneal Surgery
- Pterygium Surgery
- Laser Vision Correction/ Refractive Surgery
- Laser Treatments
- Glaucoma Care
- Montebello Office – Pueblo Northside
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Dr. Kommana was born in India but grew up mostly in Central New Jersey. She earned her undergraduate degree from Duke University, graduating cum laude in Neuroscience. She then earned her medical degree at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and completed her ophthalmology residency at Temple University in Pennsylvania. Following her passion for advanced technology and surgery, Dr. Kommana completed a surgical fellowship at Weill Cornell in New York City focused on cornea, cataract and refractive surgery.
She joined Rocky Mountain Eye Center in 2021, excited to care for the Southern Colorado community.
Dr. Kommana is passionate about advances in cataract surgery with premium lens technology, ocular surface disease, dry eye treatment, corneal disorders, corneal surgery, and laser vision correction.
American Academy of Ophthalmology
American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery
Colorado Society of Eye Physicians & Surgeons
Dr. Kommana is married to a fellow physician whose cardiology fellowship brought her to Pueblo and the beautiful Rocky Mountains. She enjoys Pueblo and specifically loves the warm sense of community amongst the local population. You can find Dr. Kommana hiking, running, or trying the newest local restaurant when not performing surgery.
What personal history helped you become a better eye doctor?
“My medical training in various domestic and international settings (underserved societies, rural communities, and specialty hospitals) has helped me better understand and connect with my patients – allowing me to provide patient-centered care.”
What scholastic accomplishment are you most proud of outside of the operating room?
“Authoring multiple peer-reviewed publications in ophthalmology journals, leading several research projects, and participating in ophthalmology related podcasts have all been experiences I have found rewarding. It has been a great way to give back to the ophthalmology community when I am not in clinic or in the operating room.”