David Doka, MD practices as an Ophthalmologist in El Paso, TX.David Doka, MD graduated from Baylor Coll Of Med, Houston Tx 77030.
Doka/Vazquez Eye Ctr
Baylor Coll Of Med, Houston Tx 77030
Univ Iowa Hosps & Clinics, Ophthalmology; Dallas Co Hp-Parkland Mem, Ophthalmology
ServicesDavid 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.
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...
I visited this office because my toddler was referred to them by her pediatrician due to poor vision. I had to wait 6 weeks in order to have her seen! I begged and pleased if they could see her sooner, but I was told 6 weeks was the next available date. My appointment was at 1p, we showed up at 12:10p. We didn't end up leaving until a little after 5:30p. I was going crazy. When I asked questions, they kept telling me that they didn't want to "jump to conclusions" quite yet. Therefore, my questions weren't really answered to my satisfaction (my daughter's eye was starting to cross). Although the staff is friendly and they seem to know what they are doing, I am still taking her to another doctor for a second opinion.
The magazines in their waiting room were so boring. It made my time in the waiting room drag. Whenever I have a question, even if it's very basic, they always make me schedule an appointment, which is extremely frustrating. There are times when I've been there, that I feel like they're favoring certain clients. It's not all the time, but I don't appreciate it when it happens.
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