Reviews of Dr. Donald L. McCormack, MD (Ophthalmologist)

2750 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304, United States

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REVIEWS OF Dr. Donald L. McCormack, MD IN Colorado

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Margaret Ruttenber - CDPHE

I saw Dr. McCormack for the first time today for several eye issues I had been experiencing. I found him to be one of the most knowledgeable doctors I have ever been to for anything!! I feel very fortunate to have met him and I look forward to working with him on my eye issues.

Jessie Albarian

Margaret Ruttenber - CDPHE

I saw Dr. McCormack for the first time today for several eye issues I had been experiencing. I found him to be one of the most knowledgeable doctors I have ever been to for anything!! I feel very fortunate to have met him and I look forward to working with him on my eye issues.

Jessie Albarian

Anne P Mitchell

If you need an ophthalmologist in Boulder, I *highly* recommend Dr. Donald McCormack! In fact, he will *save* your eyesight - at least he did mine. Here's my story: I went to a different eye doctor in a different part of town, because I had flashes and floaters in one of my eyes. He correctly diagnosed a PVD (posterior vitreous detachment) and while in and of itself PVDs are common in my age group, he told me to call if I had either lots of flashes or "a veil coming over that eye," as that could be a sign of my retina detaching and that is very serious - serious enough that if it happened on the weekend I was to go directly to the emergency room. On Friday I woke up and had a symptom that I *thought* could qualify as a 'veil' but I wasn't positive so when it didn't go away I called his office in the early afternoon, told the receptionist what was going on, and she said she would have someone get back to me. Well, guess what. They *never* called, and by the time I realized they hadn't called it was a few minutes after 5:00. I thought maybe what I had described on the phone hadn't sounded serious to them and thought about just trying again on Monday, but something told me that maybe it was serious, so I called again, just in case, and got the answering service who said the on-call doctor would get back to me. Well, it turns out that all of the ophthalmologists in the Boulder area cover for each other, so instead of another doctor in the same practice, it was Dr. McCormack who called me back. "Yes," he said, "what I was experiencing *was* potentially serious," and he really should see me that very night. As in, within a few hours. Dr. McCormack met us, at 9pm on a Friday night, at the locked building, let us in, opened his office, examined my eye and...whoa! I had a big tear in my retina and it was very serious! Ordinarily it would have required immediately going to the hospital so he could use the laser to try to repair it, but in another stroke of luck (the first being that it was Dr. McCormack on call), that laser had just been moved to the Boulder Medical Center offices the previous week! He performed the procedure on the spot. And that other doctor's office? They didn't contact me again until *Tuesday*! If I'd have waited for them to call me, the odds are very good I would have lost vision in that eye. I have a background in two different medical professions myself, and all I can say is that Dr. McCormack is incredible - he's straight-forward, very competent, and generally wonderful. He has my undying gratitude!

Amanda Wagner

Anne P Mitchell

If you need an ophthalmologist in Boulder, I *highly* recommend Dr. Donald McCormack! In fact, he will *save* your eyesight - at least he did mine. Here's my story: I went to a different eye doctor in a different part of town, because I had flashes and floaters in one of my eyes. He correctly diagnosed a PVD (posterior vitreous detachment) and while in and of itself PVDs are common in my age group, he told me to call if I had either lots of flashes or "a veil coming over that eye," as that could be a sign of my retina detaching and that is very serious - serious enough that if it happened on the weekend I was to go directly to the emergency room. On Friday I woke up and had a symptom that I *thought* could qualify as a 'veil' but I wasn't positive so when it didn't go away I called his office in the early afternoon, told the receptionist what was going on, and she said she would have someone get back to me. Well, guess what. They *never* called, and by the time I realized they hadn't called it was a few minutes after 5:00. I thought maybe what I had described on the phone hadn't sounded serious to them and thought about just trying again on Monday, but something told me that maybe it was serious, so I called again, just in case, and got the answering service who said the on-call doctor would get back to me. Well, it turns out that all of the ophthalmologists in the Boulder area cover for each other, so instead of another doctor in the same practice, it was Dr. McCormack who called me back. "Yes," he said, "what I was experiencing *was* potentially serious," and he really should see me that very night. As in, within a few hours. Dr. McCormack met us, at 9pm on a Friday night, at the locked building, let us in, opened his office, examined my eye and...whoa! I had a big tear in my retina and it was very serious! Ordinarily it would have required immediately going to the hospital so he could use the laser to try to repair it, but in another stroke of luck (the first being that it was Dr. McCormack on call), that laser had just been moved to the Boulder Medical Center offices the previous week! He performed the procedure on the spot. And that other doctor's office? They didn't contact me again until *Tuesday*! If I'd have waited for them to call me, the odds are very good I would have lost vision in that eye. I have a background in two different medical professions myself, and all I can say is that Dr. McCormack is incredible - he's straight-forward, very competent, and generally wonderful. He has my undying gratitude!

Amanda Wagner

Jeanne Lewis

Great Ophthalmologist and staff!!

Jeanne Lewis

Great Ophthalmologist and staff!!

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8AM–5PM
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8AM–5PM
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CLOSED

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