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Dr. Donald McCormack, MD is an ophthalmology specialist in Boulder, CO and has been practicing for 28 years. He graduated from Roy J Lucille a Carver College Of Medicine At University Of Iowa in 1985 and specializes in ophthalmology, anterior segment ophthalmology, and more.Read his story
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Dr. McCormack's bio
This content was provided by Dr. McCormack "Dr. McCormack, originally from Ames, Iowa, started practicing at the Boulder Medical Center in 1993. Before moving to Colorado, he was part of a private practice in St. Louis, Missouri. He and his wife Alison have three children. Dr. McCormack enjoys hiking, sailing, and playing the oboe. Dr. McCormack is a general ophthalmologist who treats a wide range of eye conditions. He has special interests in cataract surgery, laser treatments of retinal conditions, and in treatments for glaucoma and dry eye. He enjoys providing general eye exams for children and adults and believes that annual exams are important to detect eye diseases. He has been a principal investigator for 20 national clinical research trials in treatments for glaucoma, dry eye and eye infections. Dr. McCormack did his eye residency at the University of Iowa, one of the most respected ophthalmology training sites in the country. "
This content was provided by Dr. McCormack "I offer a variety of tests for various eye conditions. However, I suggest testing only if I think that a test result will alter the treatment. So I don't do unnecessary testing.
My assistant and I work closely together to try to stick right to our schedule so that patients rarely have to wait long to see the doctor. Your time is just as important as our time.
I enjoy seeing patients of all ages. In fact, this is one of the things that attracted me to ophthalmology.
I am a careful listener and explain conditions in plain English. It is your right to fully understand your eye condition and to ask questions to further your knowledge. I act as an adviser in your health care. You can communicate with us via phone or email. "