David Doka, MD

David Doka, MD
Doka/Vazquez Eye Ctr 10201 Gateway Blvd W Ste 140
El Paso, TX 79925

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About David Doka, MD

David Doka, MD practices as an Ophthalmologist in El Paso, TX.David Doka, MD graduated from Baylor Coll Of Med, Houston Tx 77030.
Primary Specialty


Practice Doka/Vazquez Eye Ctr
Education Baylor Coll Of Med, Houston Tx 77030
Training Univ Iowa Hosps & Clinics, Ophthalmology; Dallas Co Hp-Parkland Mem, Ophthalmology
Services David Doka, MD practices in El Paso, TX. Ophthalmologists examine and treat common vision disorders, eye injuries and eye diseases. Ophthalmologists such as David Doka, MD are licensed medical doctors and can prescribe medication as well as perform eye surgery.

To determine if David Doka, MD can help you, please call the El Paso, TX office at (915) 591-4441 for more information.
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Recent Reviews
Is this provider's business conveniently located?
Absolutely! It is right off the freeway and close to everthing
Does this provider always put the customer first?
Definitely not. They seem to care more about themselves
Is this provider easy to reach in an emergency?
Absolutely not. I was forced to call the emergency room.
Does this provider adhere to the customer is always right policy?
Absolutely not!! They never listen to customers complaints and argue with them
Was the waiting area spacious?
by Anonymous
Did this provider thoroughly explain the risks and benefits of your treatment?
Yes, I felt informed when I left
Did this provider pressure you to purchase any unnecessary products during your visit?
No, my decisions were always respected
Did you leave the office feeling satisfied with your visit?
Was this provider's office clean?
Yes everything was neat and sterile
Does this provider offer flexible appointment times?
by Anonymous
I was very impressed by the professionalism of Dr Vasquez. He made feel that a very complicate issue with my vision was correctable, while doctors from both Sanford and UCFS said could only be addressed via prism glasses.
He is the right age to be on top of all modern advancements in science (youth) , but on the same hand experienced enough to make good solid advice and perform with the confidence of having been there before.
My situation is complicated by brain cancer requiring brain resections that can be highly unpredictable (as in my case). He explained my situation back to me with little knowledge of my history, to the affect that I quickly became a believer in his abilities.
Next step is to see whether he can follow through...
by Anonymous