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Dr. Brian Hunter, MD

Dr. Brian Hunter, MD

Age 51 Ophthalmology* M
(62) 62 reviews
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Dr. Brian Hunter, MD works in Tucson, AZ as an Ophthalmology Specialist and has 20 years experience.

They are board certified in Ophthalmology and graduated from University of Minnesota Medical School in 2004. Dr. Hunter completed a residency at University of Arizona Medical Center. Dr. Hunter has has worked on more claims relating to Chalazion, Pterygium and Senile Cataracts than other providers in the area. At present, Dr. Hunter has received an average rating of 4.6 from patients and has been reviewed 62 times. They are affiliated with Northwest Medical Center. They are accepting new patients. Dr. Hunter practices at Practice in Tucson, AZ.

Education

  • University of Arizona Medical Center, Residency Hospital — 2010
  • Medical College of Wisconsin, Internship Hospital — 2006
  • Moran Eye Center, University of Utah, Fellowship Hospital — 2005
  • University of Minnesota Medical School, Medical School — 2004

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  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona
  • Cigna
  • Humana
  • UnitedHealthCare

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Sep 27, 2021
Dr. Hunter preformed cataract surgery on both my eyes which was PERFECT! From our first meeting to my last postop visit, he never seemed hurried, patiently explaining everything which gave me an overall feeling of complete confidence on the outcome of the surgeries. I give him our highest recommendations!
— Sep 27, 2021
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Dr. Brian Hunter, MD accepts new patients on Medical News Today. See Dr. Hunter's profile to make an appointment.

Dr. Hunter accepts Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona as well as many others.

Dr. Hunter's office is located at 5599 N Oracle Rd Tucson, AZ 85704. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.

Dr. Hunter frequently sees patients for Chalazion, Pterygium and Senile Cataracts. Check Dr. Hunter's experience on other conditions or procedures on their MedicalNewsToday profile.

Dr. Hunter has a star rating of 4.6/5 and has been reviewed 62 times.

Dr. Hunter is board certified in Ophthalmology.

Dr. Hunter has been practicing as an Ophthalmology Specialist for 20 years.

Hospital Affiliations

  • Northwest Medical Center

Locations

  1. Practice

    1. 1
      Northwest Eye Specialists the Ctr for Eye Surgery
      5599 N Oracle Rd, Tucson, AZ 85704 Directions (520) 293-6740
  1. Practice

    1. 2
      Office
      10425 N Oracle Rd Ste 135, Tucson, AZ 85737 Directions (520) 293-6740

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