Pittsburgh's Best Doctors 2016

The list of the region's 687 leading physicians across 80 specialities.



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Robert C. Arffa
1370 Washington Pike Ste 108 
Bridgeville, PA 15017
412/206-0335

Robert L. Bergren
Retina Vitreous Consultants
300 Oxford Dr, Ste 300 
Monroeville, PA 15146
412/683-5300

Daniel Buerger
Pittsburgh Oculoplastic Associates
3471 Fifth Ave, Ste 1115 
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
412/681-4220

David G. Buerger
Pittsburgh Oculoplastic Associates
3471 Fifth Ave, Ste 1115 
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
412/681-4220

Edward J. Chang
Everett and Hurite Ophthalmic Associates
1835 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
412/288-0885

Garry P. Condon
Allegheny Health Network
East Wing Office Bldg
Ste 116 
420 E North Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
412/362-8677

Deepinder K. Dhaliwal
UPMC Eye Center, Eye and Ear Institute 
203 Lothrop St, 8th Fl 
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
800/533-UPMC

Bernard H. Doft
Retina Vitreous Consultants
300 Oxford Dr, Ste 300 
Monroeville, PA 15146
412/683-5300

Andrew Eller
UPMC Eye Center, Eye and Ear Institute 
203 Lothrop St, 6th Fl 
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
800/533-UPMC

Thomas R. Friberg
UPMC Eye Center Mercy
1400 Locust St, Ste 3103 
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
800/533-UPMC

Cari Lyle
Pittsburgh Oculoplastic Associates
3471 Fifth Ave, Ste 1115 
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
412/681-4220

Joseph N. Martel
UPMC Eye Center, Eye and Ear Institute 
203 Lothrop St, 7th Fl 
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
800/533-UPMC

Ellen B. Mitchell
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, UPMC Eye Center 
4401 Penn Ave, 3rd Fl 
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
412/692-PEDS

Karl Olsen
Retina Vitreous Consultants
300 Oxford Dr, Ste 300 
Monroeville, PA 15146
412/683-5300

Pamela P. Rath
Retina Vitreous Consultants
300 Oxford Dr, Ste 300 
Monroeville, PA 15146
412/683-5300

Joel S. Schuman
UPMC Eye Center, Eye and Ear Institute 
203 Lothrop St, 6th Fl 
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
800/533-UPMC

Susan Tonya Stefko
UPMC Eye Center, Eye and Ear Institute 
203 Lothrop St, 6th Fl 
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
800/533-UPMC

Evan L. Waxman
UPMC Eye Center Mercy
1400 Locust St, Ste 3103 
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
800/533-UPMC

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