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Dr. Gregory Sulkowski, MD is an ophthalmology specialist in Madison, IN and has been practicing for 8 years. He graduated from Harvard Medical School in 2004 and specializes in ophthalmology.Read his story
This content was provided by Dr. Sulkowski "Dr. Greg Sulkowski was born and raised around Boston, MA. He majored in cognitive neuroscience at Harvard University and then entered Harvard Medical School. He moved to Chicago, IL for his medical training, completing a residency in ophthalmology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He practiced comprehensive ophthalmology in Chicago before moving to Louisville, KY. Here, he joined the Taustine Eye Center in 2010 and completed a fellowship in glaucoma. He is a member of the American Glaucoma Society and focuses his clinical and surgical practice on glaucoma. He also heads our Research Center, which allows interested patients to participate in trials of new medications before they come to market. These are principally related to the treatment of glaucoma or dry eyes and are sponsored by the various major ophthalmic pharmaceutical companies, such as Allergan, Pfizer, Inotek, and Santen. Dr. Sulkowski believes the role of a physician is not only to optimize the patient's health through diagnosis, treatment, and surgery, but to effectively communicate his logic and actively engage the patient in the decision-making process. He is open to discussing various approaches to different conditions, from simple observation to aggressive treatment, and believes that the patient is entitled to the final say in any medical or surgical plan."
This content was provided by Dr. Sulkowski "At the Taustine Eye Center, focusing on total patient care is our goal. We pride ourselves on combining old-fashioned patient care with modern technology. We believe that even though technology is an important part of our ophthalmology practice, it cannot take the place of the relationships we have with our patients."