Paul Francis Campion, M.D.


Cenegenics of San Francisco
President 2013-Present

Cenegenics of Beverly Hills
Managing Partner 2014-Present

Cenegenics of Santa Fe
President 2018

Restored Performance, Inc.
President 2017-2018

Solo Practice Ophthalmology


California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco
Assistant Clinical Professor 1989-1993

LICENSURE California G56193, New Mexico MD2018-0027
District of Columbia 15594 (inactive), Nevada (inactive)


American Board of Ophthalmology 1988
Fellow, American Academy of Ophthalmology


The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
Ophthalmology 7/85-6/88


The University of Southern California
Huntington Memorial Hospital, Pasadena, California
Internal Medicine 7/84-6/85


The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
Doctor of Medicine 8/80-6/84
University of California at Los Angeles
B.A. Biology 9/76-6/80
Emergency Medical Technician 84


Age Management Medical Group 2011
Cenegenics Fellowship Training 2011
Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy 2017


The George Washington University, Department of Ophthalmology
Clinical trials and data correlation for the ocular toxicity
(cataract) of Mevacor. 1985-1986

The George Washington University, Department of Pathology
Research assistant in Fine Needle Aspiration of Breast Tumors. 1984

The Smithsonian Institution, The National Zoo
Comparative Vertebrate Morphology, Large Animal
Dissection. 1984

U.C.L.A., Department of Oncology
Research assistant on the identification of a Human Breast Cancer
Antigen using Mouse Mammary Tumor Virus. 1979


Committee Positions – Petaluma Valley Hospital
Surgery Executive Committee 95-96 Policy regarding
hospital surgical services, physician performance review,
morbidity and mortality review. Experienced with Title 22
requirements and their application at Petaluma Valley Hospital.

Bio-ethics Committee 96 Consider states of DNR orders
and development of suggestions for staff ethics.

Operating Room Committee 94-96 Responsible in aiding
streamlining of OR functions.

PHO Development Committee 91-94 Community outreach programs including OB/GYN services, prostate screening, vision and glaucoma screening, health fairs, senior outreach programs. Aid in placement of new physicians to the community.

Library and Education Committee 89-94 Developed educational programs at Petaluma Valley Hospital along JCAH guidelines, made decisions regarding purchases of educational materials for staff physicians.

Multi-disciplinary Projects 95 Integration of anesthesia, ophthalmology, nursing, OR technicians and recovery room for increased efficiency in services and cost. Positive
developments include significant cost cutting with increased efficiency and patient and physician satisfaction.


Biology 2-5 grades Peninsula Enrichment Program, Palos Verdes Peninsula 76-80


Proficient in French, understanding of Spanish and Italian