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Dr. Sam Sato, MD

Dr. Sam Sato, MD

Age 74 Ophthalmology* M
(41) 41 reviews
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About

Dr. Sam Sato, MD works in Tucson, AZ as an Ophthalmology Specialist and has 40 years experience.

They are board certified in Ophthalmology and graduated from Indiana University Medical Center in 1984. Dr. Sato has has worked on more claims relating to Squamous Blepharitis, Exotropia and Strabismus than other providers in the area. At present, Dr. Sato has received an average rating of 2.3 from patients and has been reviewed 41 times. They are accepting new patients. Dr. Sato practices at Practice in Tucson, AZ.

Education

  • Indiana University Medical Center, Medical School — 1984

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  • Aetna
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  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona
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  • UnitedHealthCare

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2.3
Based on 41 Reviews
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Sep 11, 2018
I brought my 4 yr old son to Dr. Sato as a 2nd opinion after his previous Dr. Wanted to jump into surgery for amblyopia (after patching for less than a month). Come to find out my sons eye is improving and we have one hour less of patch time to see if it continues to improve before jumping into surgery.
Cecilia in Tucson, AZ — Sep 11, 2018
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Dr. Sam Sato, MD accepts new patients on Medical News Today. See Dr. Sato's profile to make an appointment.

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

Dr. Sato's office is located at 3910 N Campbell Ave Tucson, AZ 85719. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.

Dr. Sato frequently sees patients for Squamous Blepharitis, Exotropia and Strabismus. Check Dr. Sato's experience on other conditions or procedures on their MedicalNewsToday profile.

Dr. Sato has a star rating of 2.3/5 and has been reviewed 41 times.

Dr. Sato is board certified in Ophthalmology.

Dr. Sato has been practicing as an Ophthalmology Specialist for 40 years.

Locations

  1. Practice

    1. 1
      Sam E Sato MD PC
      3910 N Campbell Ave, Tucson, AZ 85719 Directions (520) 323-2466

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