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- Currently 4 of 4 stars
The overall average patient rating of Dr. Mohamed Soliman, Pediatric ophthalmology and Adult strabismus is Excellent.
Specialties & Research
- He has special expertise in 8 areas:
- Cataract Surgery
- Lazy Eye (Amblyopia)
- Lazy Eye (Strabismus)
- Pink eye (Conjunctivitis)
- Refractive Errors
- Retinopathy of Prematurity
- Tear Duct Problems
- Vision Disorders
Education & Awards
Dr. Soliman has 1 hospital affiliations:
- University of Texas Medical Branch
Accepted Insurance Plans
Dr. Soliman accepts these health insurances in at least one office:
- Aetna - 2 plans
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- Where does Dr. Mohamed S. Soliman practice?
Dr. Mohamed Soliman practices Ophthalmology and Pediatric Ophthalmology near Galveston, TX.
Additional practice locations include: Friendswood, TX.
See Galveston Ophthalmologists.