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Dr Yaghouti of Global Laser Vision Receives Patient's Choice Award for 2009
Date:2/12/2010

Dr Farzad Yaghouti of Global Laser Vision San Diego was recently honored by his patients with Patient’s Choice Recognition for the year 2009

San Diego, CA (Vocus) February 12, 2010 -- Dr Farzad Yaghouti of Global Laser Vision San Diego was recently honored by his patients with Patient’s Choice Recognition for the year 2009.

What is Patient’s Choice Award? It’s an honor that reflects the difference a doctor made in people’s lives through the exceptionally high praise granted to a doctor by his or her patients.

According to the consumer research, every month more than 40,000 patients across the US provide online feedback about their experiences with their doctors. They rate various components such as bedside manner, doctor-patient face time, degree of follow up, courtesy of office staff, and overall opinions. Over the course of 2009, of the nation’s 720,000 active physicians, less than 6% are recorded with a near perfect score as voted by their patients for this honor.

Dr. Yaghouti has been recognized as one of those physicians most highly regarded by his patients.

“To me, it is of great importance having my patients feel comfortable and be informed of their choices,” said Dr. Yaghouti, adding; “At Global Laser Vision, one of our primary goals is to thoroughly educate our patients about the condition of their eyes and about all of the treatment options available to them.”

Dr. Yaghouti is one of only a handful of ophthalmologists who has completed a formal two year fellowship specializing in refractive surgery, cornea and external eye disease at the renowned Harvard Medical School. He is a leading corneal and refractive surgery specialist educating eye surgeons from all over the world about the most recent advances in refractive surgery.

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