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Dr. Randall Wong, MD is an ophthalmology specialist in Fairfax, VA and has been practicing for 25 years. He graduated from Jefferson Medical College Of Thomas Jefferson University, Thomas Jefferson University in 1988 and specializes in ophthalmology.Read his story
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Dr. Wong's bio
This content was provided by Dr. Wong "In this digital age where patients are becoming consumers, I believe it is very important for doctors to display 3 things; personal transparency, running a transparent medical office and to provide value. Professionally, I am board certified ophthalmologist and my practice is limited to diseases and surgery of the retina. Many of my patients have diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration or need surgery. Intraocular injections are given commonly for a variety of disorders, too. I have a combined family of 5 children, I play competitive tennis, hate to play golf, love Dunkin' Donuts coffee (black!) and feel Starbucks is simply no treat at all. Our kids love our labrador retrievers. As I have recently changed my practice locations, I hope that if you are a previous patient of mine we can reconnect here! All the best, Randy Randall Wong, M.D."
This content was provided by Dr. Wong "My goal is to educate you about your retinal eye disease. Often retinal diseases are difficult to understand in one visit. I have created a blog, www.RetinaEyeDoctor.com, to help you understand more of your disease. I also believe that communication online (e.g. email and blogs) can be a great way to enhance your knowledge and enhance our relationship."
One of the daily challenges for any doctor is to be timely. I respect your schedule and time. There are a host of factors that lead to "running behind." If it happens daily, then there clearly is a problem with the office. Emergencies, especially for a retinal specialist, are very common. With every patient I try to educate and the time required varies. I am proud of my "scores!"
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