Pediatric Ophthalmologist

A pediatric ophthalmologist is a physician who completed four years of medical school, one year of medical internship, three years of ophthalmology residency and one additional year of specialized fellowship training in pediatric ophthalmology. This training gives pediatric ophthalmologists the skills needed to evaluate children of all ages and provide appropriate treatment for pediatric eye problems. A board certified, fellowship trained pediatric ophthalmologist has successfully passed the American Board of Ophthalmology examination and has special competencies in pediatric ophthalmology.

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