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Q: Ophthalmologist in Shanghai?

Hi everybody.

Anyone knows about a good ophthalmologist/ophthalmology facility in Shanghai (Pudong area)?

7 years 3 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - Shanghai

 
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This is about the best that it comes in Shanghai.  The Department of Ophthalmology at Shanghai Jiao Tong University Ruijin Hospital.

 

http://www.rjh.com.cn/pages/index.shtml

 

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Thanks much!

Can You recommend any specific doctor?

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Hi - the ophthalmology department from the 12th Floor of Ruijin Hospital moved last year. The English website is here: http://eng.rjeye.com or Chinese www.rjeye.com

 

You can find doctor's profiles on their website, but Dr. Lian is highly recommended for LASIK and Natural Lens Exchange / presbyopia surgery, and Dr. Wang is highly recommended for eye disease. She is the Medical Director of Ophthalmological Department of Shanghai Ruijin Hospital.

 

 

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Hi - the ophthalmology department from the 12th Floor of Ruijin Hospital moved last year. The English website is here: http://eng.rjeye.com or Chinese www.rjeye.com

 

You can find doctor's profiles on their website, but Dr. Lian is highly recommended for LASIK and Natural Lens Exchange / presbyopia surgery, and Dr. Wang is highly recommended for eye disease. She is the Medical Director of Ophthalmological Department of Shanghai Ruijin Hospital.

 

 

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This is Dr. Robert Wolff. I am the only American Eye Specialist working full-time in China. I am at Parkway Health in Shanghai (2015) I trained at Stanford and had a private Clinic in San Francisco area for 12 years. I will correctly diagnosis and treat your eye problem. I am also friendly.   You can email at

don.wolff@parkwayhealth.cn

I work at both Pudong (Jin Qiao) and People Square (JW Marriott tower--Tomorrow Square)

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I know an American guy who went there. Let me know if you want me to ask him about the address of it.

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