Dr. Fang Sarah Ko is a Florida native who grew up in Tallahassee and graduated from Lincoln High School. Dr. Ko is dedicated to serving people in the Tallahassee community and has volunteered at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital and as a simultaneous translator at the Tallahassee Chinese Christian Church.
Dr. Ko attended Harvard, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in biochemistry. She then attended Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where she received the Stephen J. Ryan Prize in Ophthalmology. She received residency training at Wilmer Eye Institute and went on to a fellowship at the elite Moorfields Eye Hospital in London.
She has volunteered her time toward increasing the availability of cataract surgery in underserved rural areas and provided free cataract surgery in rural China. Dr. Ko dedicates her time to blindness prevention through the management of ocular diseases, especially glaucoma. Dr. Ko has also published numerous papers and book chapters on a wide variety of topics in ophthalmology.
Dr. Ko enjoys the outdoors and traveling with her family.