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Qualifications and Experience
Dr. Prakash Selvaraj is the Chief of Ophthalmology at Mount Sinai Hospital, Chicago. He earned his Bachelors degree in Biology from the University of Chicago, and his Medical degree from The Ohio State University College of Medicine. Dr. Selvaraj completed his Ophthalmology residency at Cook County Hospital in Chicago and has been practicing since 1998. Dr. Selvaraj is a comprehensive ophthalmologist whose practice focus is cataract & refractive surgery as well as diabetic eye care. He uses the latest cataract surgery techniques and offers multifocal and toric lens implants. Dr. Selvaraj also performs laser eye procedures for the treatment of diabetic eye disease and glaucoma. Dr. Selvaraj has been a clinical instructor of Ophthalmology with the Cook County Hospital Department of Ophthalmology, and he currently lectures there as a volunteer.
Verified Patient Reviews
He took the time to explain the exam findings and outline the treatment plan in an easy to follow manner. He was personable and listened to my concerns.
Dr. Selvaraj was very knowledgeable and professional. The appointment started right on time. I highly recommend him.
Said they accepted EyeMed; then said only some people; seems a bit deceptive. Very friendly staff.
Dr. Selvaraj had an emergency but the office called me and set me up with one of the other doctors. Very nice office, professional and timely. The doctor I saw explained everything so I could easily understand and I had a much better experience than my last visit with another ophthalmologist.
Dt. Selvaraj was great and my exam was fine. I wish I had known ahead of time that he doesn't do contact lens exams because now I have to come back for a separate appointment. Also not a huge deal but when I scheduled through zocodc I received a call that the time actually wasn't available and had to reschedule over the phone.
Very helpful. Visuals in the examination room to walkthrough what was going on was very insightful. Was very clear on treatment and next steps