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Dr. Reid Schindler, MD

Dr. Reid Schindler, MD

Age 81 Ophthalmology* M
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Dr. Reid Schindler, MD works in Tucson, AZ as an Ophthalmology Specialist and has 51 years experience.

They are board certified in Ophthalmology and graduated from COMMUNITY HOSPITAL OF ROANOKE VALLEY / COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES in 1973. At present, Dr. Schindler has received an average rating of 4.6 from patients and has been reviewed 9 times. They are affiliated with Gila Regional Medical Center, Saint Joseph's Hospital and Tucson Medical Center. They are accepting new patients. Dr. Schindler practices at Practice in Tucson, AZ.



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Took my father to Dr Schindler for his macular edema. We are very pleased with how they handled his treatment and the level of expertise. My father was out of pocket and the price was very reasonable. Dr Schindler is very knowledgeable and caring!!! Will definitely recommend De Schindler to others.
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Dr. Reid Schindler, MD accepts new patients on Medical News Today. See Dr. Schindler's profile to make an appointment.

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

Dr. Schindler's office is located at 4753 E Camp Lowell Dr Tucson, AZ 85712. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.

Dr. Schindler has a star rating of 4.6/5 and has been reviewed 9 times.

Dr. Schindler is board certified in Ophthalmology.

Dr. Schindler has been practicing as an Ophthalmology Specialist for 51 years.

Hospital Affiliations

  • Gila Regional Medical Center
  • Saint Joseph's Hospital
  • Tucson Medical Center


  1. Practice

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      Retina Specialists of Southern Arizona P.l.l.c.
      4753 E Camp Lowell Dr, Tucson, AZ 85712 Directions (520) 881-1400

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