Dr. Marcellus Chow is an optometrist treating patients in San Francisco, California, and the surrounding communities. In addition to his practice, he serves as
a clinical examiner for the National Board of Examiners in Optometry. Dr. Chow also holds membership in professional organizations including the Optometric Retina Society, the American Academy of Optometry, and the American Optometric Association.
For his undergraduate degree, Dr. Chow attended the University of California, San Diego. He pursued his medical degree at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Optometry. Dr. Chow continued his medical education at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Here, he received residency training in hospital-based geriatric and primary-care optometry.
Patients visiting Dr. Chow can receive a full range of optometric services. He provides comprehensive dilated-eye examinations, fittings for contact lenses and eyeglasses, and general and pediatric eye consultations. Treatment is available for issues including dry eye, eye misalignment, glaucoma, allergic eye problems, vision loss, and diabetic retinopathy. When he is not treating patients, Dr. Chow enjoys bicycling, maintaining his mini reef aquarium, and spending time with his family.…
Great impressive experience to meet Dr.Chow. I would say he is one of the best doctors l have ever met in U.S. because of his serious great attitude and professionalism towards his work.
June 26, 2012by a Verified Patient
A very pleasant experience....Dr. Chow is very friendly, approachable, knowledgeable and experienced eye doctor. He leads and guides and explains his next step and procedure very carefully so you know what to expect. He answers any questions you may have with patience and detail.
June 6, 2012by Jerry K. (Verified Patient)
Great doc, good personality and very professional!
April 27, 2012by David V. (Verified Patient)
The doctor abd clinic were great, but the zocdoc appointment didn't sync with the internal system, so I had to wait over an hour while they put me in the system and found a time for me to be seen