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I am very grateful to all of your for your expertise and care during my vitrectomy. Through the special knowledge, teamwork and talents of each of you, you were able to transform what could have been a frightening experience into one that went smoothly and is already showing good results for me. Each one of you was remarkable good at communicating with me what was going to happen in a way that was very comforting and reassuring. The whole experience went as well as possible for me and I feel so thankful to each of you on the team.

I am most thankful that my optometrist sent me to Illinois Retina for the care of my vision.  I would like to thank you for the outstanding care I have received.  It has been a very dificult and somewhat terrifying month as we have navigated through this situation of the vitreous hemorrhage in my left eye.  I am an artist and the potential for loss of my vision and ability to paint was indeed most frightening.  I do believe that the surgery you have done was life-saving in more ways than one, and I am indeed most thankful for your surgical expertise and knowledge.  Your calm and direct approach was reassuring in a stressful time.

When I first walked in I was scared when I heard I needed an injection. The way the doctor and his staff operate, it put me at ease and it was like a piece of cake. From the time you walk in until you leave it is a pleasant experience.

I’ve been receiving treatment from Illinois Retina Associates for the past six years. Without the care and expertise they provided me, I wouldn’t have the vision that I have now. I can still read and drive. I’m very thankful for the excellent treatment that I’ve received from the doctors and staff.

I’m so glad to be under the care of Illinois Retina Associates for my eyes. I feel they are pioneers in their field and feel so grateful to have this exceptional group taking care of my vision. The doctors and staff offer professionalism, knowledge and compassion that is needed to give patients reassurance when it comes to their eyes.

Since we’ve retired, my wife and I often run into an old friend that asks what we do to occupy our time. We jokingly reply that we spend our time visiting doctors. Even though we are fairly healthy, there is rarely a week where one of us has a visit to some doctor’s office.

Many of these visits are pleasant and some are not. My periodic visits to Illinois Retina are some of the more pleasant experiences. In addition to the doctor’s courtesy and professionalism the entire office staff stands out. If I ask a question about some facet of my treatment or routine appointment scheduling, it is always answered in an informative and non-condescending manner.

The office is comfortable and doesn’t feel like a factory. Even though we are retired, our time is valuable and we appreciate being made to feel comfortable and welcome. Thanks for the great service.