Over 59,000 procedures performed
Gerald Horn, M.D. graduated from Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 1970-1973, and is a fellow of and board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology. Dr. Horn received his medical degree in ophthalmology from the University of Illinois Medical School. He completed an internship at Rush-Presbyterian St. Luke's Hospital and went on to complete several mini-fellowships. He is a laser vision specialist, one of the pioneers in the field and few to have dedicated their careers full time to laser vision correction since joining Lasik Plus in 1997. He has performed over 59,000 laser correction procedures during that time.
Dr. Gerald Horn believes the key to success is experience - analyzing multiple scans and exam information prior to treatment and having the rare availability of selecting from two of the world's leading laser platforms at LasikPlus in order to optimize the best all laser treatment option. He offers each patient his personal contact information following their procedure. He co-authored “Idiopathic macular telangiectasis,” along with having numerous publications in peer reviewed literature, and most recently lectured on "Evolution and Management of Laser Vision Correction 1997-2014" to a group of eye specialists in October of 2014.
Dr. Horn is a native Chicagoan, with his wife of 21 years. He has three children: Taylor, Sheridan, and Colton. Dr. Horn enjoys family, pharmaceutical development projects, tennis, skiing and fitness.
"The joy in being able to restore natural, unaided, precise, high quality of vision for so many people who place their trust in me, and being able to devote 100% of my time to laser vision correction has made these the most gratifying years of my ophthalmic career." - Gerald Horn, M.D.
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