Dr. Amy Kotecha, MD
Dr. Kotecha is a native of Princeton, NJ. After graduating as class valedictorian she attended a 6 year BS/MD program at Villanova University where she was an honorable presidential scholar. She received her medical degree from the Drexel School of Medicine. She honed her knowledge and talent during her ophthalmology residency at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. She currently is a diplomat of the American Board of Ophthalmology and a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Societ of Cataract and Refractive Surgery.
Dr. Kotecha has worked as a board-certified ophthalmologist since 1999 and founded Capital Vision in Arlington, VA in 2008.
Dr. Kotecha has worked with several athletes, politicians, and a few celebrities. She has also traveled to India to perform medical missions. Dr. Kotecha is the medical director for the Hispanic Institute of Blindness Prevention in northern Virginia. This clinic focuses on providing low cost and affordable medical care. They also strive to provide free screenings and health care education to the community.
Dr. Kotecha's depth of knowledge and experience along with her exceptional caring personality has made Capital Vision a special place for eyecare and has made her a top Arlington Ophthalmologist. Dr. Kotecha has also been named a top Fairfax Ophthalmologist and a top McLean Ophthalmologist.