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Sean P Donahue, MD, PhD

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Coleman Professor and Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs; Chief, Pediatric Ophthalmology Service

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Insurance plans accepted

Insurance plans accepted

Areas of Expertise

Amblyopia
Cross Eyes / Strabismus
Ophthalmology
Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences
Pediatric Cataract
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Board Certificates

Ophthalmology - American Board of Ophthalmology, 1995

Education

MD - Emory University, 1989
PhD - Emory University, 1988
Fellowship - University of Iowa Healthcare, 1995
Fellowship - University of Iowa Healthcare, 1994
Residency - Eye and Ear Institute, University of Pittsburgh, 1993
Internship - University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, 1990

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Patient Comments

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He is a good doctor that is caring and explain's things.
Patient | April 28, 2017

Although he is very busy, Dr. Donahue is a kind and understanding man. I really appreciate him.
Patient | March 3, 2017

I felt everything went as professional as it should have. All of my expectations were met if not exceeded.
Patient | January 16, 2017

He was very good at explaining my son's condition. I wish he had been our dr. when my son was first diagnosed at age 6 (he is 11 now). If he had been our dr., I feel his outcome would have been better. He was excellent.
Patient | January 12, 2017

My only concern is that the Dr. didnt have any information or knowledge of whether or not radioactive iodine treatment for Graves disease would make eye involvement or proptosis worse or permanent. He just stated "dont worry about that, if something like that happens down the road, we can take care of that with surgery"
Patient | November 5, 2016

Absolutely love Dr. Donahue. He said we can see someone closer to home but I will not do that cause no one compares to Dr. Donahue.
Patient | October 7, 2016

Dr. Donahue expressed great concern for my son's eye health and discussed all treatments available with attention to making sure I understand so we can make the best choices.
Patient | October 6, 2016

I would have liked more detail about my son's progress. I was not given the visual acuity information from where he was at last time compared to where he was at the day of the visit. And since this is a visit regarding his vision it would be nice to know what the visual acuity was.
Patient | September 26, 2016

He doesn't listen to me, has said my child has no sight, then next visit she's good, then back to poor sight.
Patient | August 26, 2016

I liked the way the dr explained her condition in a way I could understand
Patient | July 25, 2016