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Welcome
MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTORS

It is with pleasure that we, along with the physicians of The Retina Institute, welcome you to St. Louis and our practice.  The Retina Institute has a long and storied history in terms of patient care, research, and teaching.

An integral part of the teaching mission for The Retina Institute is the training of retina fellows.  Each of the attending physicians at The Retina Institute brings with them years of experience, and varied skills and techniques that are passed along to the fellows each year.  Diversity of the training includes involvement in both the office and operating rooms in a private setting.  The diversity of the patients encompasses the spectrum of retinal diseases allowing a complete and fulfilling experience for the fellows.

Besides learning about retinal diseases, the fellows obtain education with regards to the economics of a retinal practice and practicalities that apply to everyday clinical practice.  We can assure you at The Retina Institute we are firmly committed to fellowship training and continue to strive to make the fellowship an enriching experience for all involved.

Nicholas E. Engelbrecht, MD
Co-Director
Fellowship Program

Gaurav K. Shah, MD
Co-Director
Fellowship Program


General Information:


Co-Directors:
Gaurav K. Shah, MD
Nicholas E.
 Engelbrecht, MD

Address:
Suite 800
1600 S. Brentwood Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63144

Fellowship Coordinators:
Kelly McKittrick
314-367-1181
ext. 2157

Jennifer Freeman
314-367-1181
ext. 2388

Length:
2 years/2 positions

Restrictions:
This fellowship does require a restrictive covenant to be signed  limiting the
geographic  options
for future practice.


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