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Dr. Mark Walsh, MD

Dr. Mark Walsh, MD

Age 49 Vitreoretinal Disease & Surgery* M
(12) 12 reviews
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Dr. Mark Walsh, MD works in Tucson, AZ as a Vitreoretinal Disease Specialist and has 22 years experience.

They are board certified in Ophthalmology and graduated from Washington University School of Medicine in 2002. Dr. Walsh completed a residency at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Walsh has has worked on more claims relating to Macular Hole and Retinal Detachment and Retinal Tear than other providers in the area. At present, Dr. Walsh has received an average rating of 3.7 from patients and has been reviewed 12 times. They are affiliated with Saint Joseph's Hospital. They are accepting new patients. Dr. Walsh practices at Practice in Tucson, AZ and has additional offices in Green Valley, AZ.

Education

  • Beaumont Hospital - Royal Oak Campus, Fellowship Hospital — 2009
  • Johns Hopkins University, Residency Hospital — 2007
  • Saint Francis Hospital, Internship Hospital — 2004
  • Washington University School of Medicine, Medical School — 2002

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  • Accepts most major Health Plans. Please contact our office for details.
  • Anthem
  • CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield

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Dec 12, 2021
Still having problems with eye. Numerous visits with 2 different doctors and still have a concern with vision. Been going on for 6 months since first lazar treatment. Had one done in June and another last Tuesday in Green Valley by Dr.Joseph Dec 18. Can't see today out of left eye again. The appointments are outstanding to get but still have the problem. Need some help please.
robert lottermann — Dec 12, 2021
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Dr. Mark Walsh, MD accepts new patients on Medical News Today. See Dr. Walsh's profile to make an appointment.

Dr. Walsh's office is located at 6561 E Carondelet Dr Tucson, AZ 85710. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.

Dr. Walsh frequently sees patients for Macular Hole and Retinal Detachment and Retinal Tear. Check Dr. Walsh's experience on other conditions or procedures on their MedicalNewsToday profile.

Dr. Walsh has a star rating of 3.7/5 and has been reviewed 12 times.

Dr. Walsh is board certified in Ophthalmology.

Dr. Walsh has been practicing as a Vitreoretinal Disease Specialist for 22 years.

Hospital Affiliations

  • Saint Joseph's Hospital

Locations

  1. Practice

    1. 1
      Retina Associates Southwest PC
      6561 E Carondelet Dr, Tucson, AZ 85710 Directions (520) 886-2597
  1. Practice

    1. 2
      Office
      7470 N Oracle Rd Ste 100, Tucson, AZ 85704 Directions (520) 886-2597
  1. Practice

    1. 3
      Carondelet Rehabilitation Services
      1055 N La Canada Dr Ste 103, Green Valley, AZ 85614 Directions (520) 886-2597
  1. Practice

    1. 4
      Office
      6130 N La Cholla Blvd Ste 230, Tucson, AZ 85741 Directions (520) 886-2597

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