A Jan Berlin is a Portland, Maine based male Ophthalmologist who is specialized in Ophthalmology. Active license number of A Jan Berlin is 012778 for Ophthalmology in Maine. A Jan Berlin is medically trained to diagnose, monitor and medically or surgically treat all ocular and visual disorders. This includes problems affecting the eye and its component structures, the eyelids, the orbit and the visual pathways. In so doing, patients can be prescribed vision services, including glasses and contact lenses.
A Jan Berlin speciality, credentials, practice address, contact phone number and fax are as below.
Patients can directly walk in or can call on the below given phone number for appointment.
189 Park Ave, Portland, Maine, 04102-2909
Professional Identification Codes:
NPI number stands for National Provider Identifier which is a unique 10-digit identification number issued to health care providers in the United States by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
NPI details are as mentioned below.
NPI Enumeration Date:
07 Jul, 2006
NPI Last Update On:
08 Jul, 2007
Doctors can have one or more medical licenses for different specialities in the same state or different states. Related medical licenses for A Jan Berlin are as mentioned below.
Business Mailing Address:
Business mailing address can be used for mailing purpose only, for visiting purpose patients need to refer above mentioned address.
189 Park Ave, Portland, Maine
Patients can reach A Jan Berlin at 189 Park Ave, Portland, Maine or can call to book an appointment on 207-774-6273. Data of this site is collected from Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and NPPES. Last updated on 08 May, 2023.
Ophthalmologists is a physician who specializes in eye and vision care. He/she is medically trained to deliver total eye care: primary, secondary and tertiary (i.e., vision services, contact lenses, eye examinations, medical eye care and surgical eye care), diagnose general diseases of the body and treat ocular manifestations of systemic diseases.
Patients having eye problems like bulging of one or both eyes; dark curtain or veil that blocks vision; decreased vision, even if temporary;
distorted vision; double vision; excess tearing; eyelid abnormalities; family history of eye disease; halos (colored circles around lights); injury to the eye;
loss of peripheral (side) vision; misaligned eyes; new floaters (black "strings" or specks in the vision) and/or flashes of light; pain in the eye; thyroid disease-related eye problems (Graves' disease);
unusual red eye; high blood pressure related eye problems; diabetes mellitus related eye problems; HIV or AIDS patients who can have eye problem in future need to consult an ophthalmologist as soon as possible to save their sight.
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