Conditions & Procedures
Retinopathy of Prematurity,
Tear Duct Abnormalities,
I recommend Dr. Rabiah all the time.
Dr Rabiah is the nicest pediatric eye doctor. He acknowledge that his patient is a child and makes it feel welcomed and important.
I cannot recommend this practice when the wait time was almost 2 hours. When I spoke to someone in the office I was told that appointments are usually 1 to 2 hours. To make a four-year-old wait almost 2 hours to see a doctor while staying in a small enclosed room is ridiculous. I will not recommend this practice to anyone I know.
the Dr is the best in the business we love him.
Dr Rabiah is so professional, thorough, and personable. He is genuinely kind and patient with my special needs son, always taking the time to talk us through his issues. He has even noticed other issues (neurological) with my son and helped refer us immediately to neurology - even calling ahead to the NorthShore neurologist to give a heads up of what he saw and heard from us.
Dr. Rabbah is very friendly and professional. He explained everything well and did not rush through appointment. Had patience to answer all questions. He cares about his patients.
Dr Rabiah was phenomenal I have already recommended him to so many!
He seemed very rushed. Given the long wait time we experienced and the fact that it took us a very long time to get her eyes dilated, I can't say I blame him, but it still felt a little disconnected.
love the whole staff there AWESOME
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In fact, there can be vision threatening issues associated with myopia, aside from just having to wear glasses, when kids become adults, said Peter Rabiah, MD, an ophthalmologist with NorthShore...