So many medical practices today are run like an assembly line in a high volume factory, often falling short of creating a quality product. I believe that there is still a place for the thinker, craftsman and innovator in medical practice. And, that it is still possible to be an understanding physician who merges clinical acumen with a warm unhurried manner. I take the time to tease out the correct diagnosis, custom design a treatment plan and execute that plan with pain staking attention to detail. I will never be an assembly line physician.
Dr. Laurence Harris, MD is an ophthalmology doctor who practices in New York, NY. He is 80 years old and has been practicing for 54 years.