Dr. David Parver, MD

Retina Specialist (Medical)

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At Retina Consultants, we do not prescribe contact lenses.

Dr. Parver received his degree from The Sackler School of Medicine at Tel Aviv University. He completed an Internship in Internal Medicine at the Johns Hopkins-Sinai Hospital Program in Baltimore, MD. Following his internship, he completed a three-year residency in Ophthalmology and a two-year Fellowship in Vitreo-Retinal Surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Parver authored a chapter in a textbook on retina disease and he has had articles and abstracts published in peer- review literature. Dr. Parver has presented research at national ophthalmology meetings and lectures throughout the Washington DC Metropolitan area on diseases of the retina and vitreous and uveitis. He recently completed a term as President of the Washington DC Metropolitan Ophthalmological Society. He holds teaching appointments at Georgetown University and the Washington Hospital Center.

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I have had lots of issues with contacts, corneal ulcers, etc, so I try to be pretty responsible about getting my eyes checked out. I hadn't been to an opthamalogist in about 2 years before this appt. My contact prescription barely changed and he seemed very confused that I was in his office. I only saw the doctor for 5 minutes, and during those 5 minutes, he more or less told me that I didnt need to come in more often than every 2-4 years. I needed new contacts, which I had always ordered through my opthamologist in the past. The doctors here told me to call 1-800-contacts.

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Dr. Parver really has no bedside manner. He was rushing through the entire appointment. Do not go to this guy. Then he asked if I had any questions at the end - when he clearly had no interest in answering any questions and his foot was basically out the door!

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I felt really bad after visiting this doctor...I dont know what to think about this office. First the technician could not apply the eye drops properly, he tried three times, then he asked for help to another tech to measure my eye pressure. When I asked to the doctor if I could were contact lens he said to me that contact will be be the best choice for me, all I need to do is get to the store and tell them that I came from his office and show my prescripcion, but this did no indicate anything about contac lens...So I could not get my contact lens today.

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He,s very professional, direct and explains everything in detail.

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Very comfortable visit, feel well taken care of

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He took the time to explain things, and responded to all my (numerous) questions without any indication of impatience.

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Dr. David Parver and his support staff were excellent, I was very impress with the way everyone work together to help me with my problem.

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I would recommend Dr. Parver. Diaganosed my eye problem quickly, and actually got me in to see another specialist right away.

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