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Dr. Salwa Abdel-Aziz, MD

Dr. Salwa Abdel-Aziz, MD

Age 44 Ophthalmology* F
(5) 5 reviews
Accepting New Patients


Dr. Salwa Abdel-Aziz, MD works in Tucson, AZ as an Ophthalmology Specialist and has 16 years experience.

They are board certified in Ophthalmology and graduated from University of Utah School of Medicine in 2008. Dr. Abdel-Aziz completed a residency at Pittsburgh Medical Center. At present, Dr. Abdel-Aziz has received an average rating of 5.0 from patients and has been reviewed 5 times. They are affiliated with Banner - University Medical Center South and Banner University Medical Center Tucson. They are accepting new patients. Dr. Abdel-Aziz practices at Catalina Eye Care in Tucson, AZ.


  • Glaucoma Jules Stein Eye Institute, University Of California At Los Angeles, Fellowship Hospital — 2016
  • Jules Stein Eye Inst UCLA, Fellowship Hospital — 2016
  • Pittsburgh Medical Center, Residency Hospital — 2015
  • University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center Pittsburgh, Pa, Residency Hospital — 2014
  • University of Utah Hospital and Clinics, Internship Hospital — 2010
  • University of Utah School of Medicine, Medical School — 2008
  • University of Utah, Undergraduate School — 2002
  • UCLA Medical Center Los Angeles California, Other Education

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  • Aetna
  • Ameritas
  • Anthem
  • Anthem Blue Cross
  • Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS)
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  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona
  • Buckeye Community Health Plan
  • CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • First Health
  • Guardian
  • Health Net
  • Humana
  • Medicare
  • MetLife
  • UnitedHealthCare

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What stood out for me about this doctor is how much she cares and explains things in a way I understand. Thank you.
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Dr. Salwa Abdel-Aziz, MD accepts new patients on Medical News Today. See Dr. Abdel-Aziz's profile to make an appointment.

Dr. Abdel-Aziz accepts Access Care, Aetna and Ameritas as well as many others.

Dr. Abdel-Aziz's office is located at 3925 E Fort Lowell Rd Ste 100 Tucson, AZ 85712. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.

Dr. Abdel-Aziz has a star rating of 5.0/5 and has been reviewed 5 times.

Dr. Abdel-Aziz is board certified in Ophthalmology.

Dr. Abdel-Aziz has been practicing as an Ophthalmology Specialist for 16 years.

Hospital Affiliations

  • Banner - University Medical Center South
  • Banner University Medical Center Tucson


  1. Catalina Eye Care

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      Catalina Eye Care PC
      3925 E Fort Lowell Rd Ste 100, Tucson, AZ 85712 Directions (520) 576-5110

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