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Dr. Amanda Cook, MD

Ophthalmology
4.2 (21)
Accepting new patients
22 years of experience

Offers telehealth

Overview

Dr. Amanda Cook, MD is an Ophthalmology Specialist in Beaver, PA. They specialize in Ophthalmology, has 22 years of experience, and is board certified in Ophthalmology. They graduated from Pennsylvania State University College Of Medicine and is affiliated with Heritage Valley Beaver, Heritage Valley Kennedy and Heritage Valley Sewickley.

Dr. Cook works at Daniel J Nadler MD in Beaver, PA with other offices in Sewickley, PA. They frequently treat conditions like Visual Field Defects and Stye along with other conditions at varying frequencies. They are accepting new patients and accepts Aetna, Anthem and Blue Cross Blue Shield as well as other major insurance plans. Please call ahead to schedule an appointment and to confirm all accepted insurance plans.

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Locations

  1. 1
    Daniel J Nadler MD
    1200 Sharon Rd Ste 202, Beaver, PA 15009 Icon Directions Right Arrow Directions Phone Icon (724) 774-5920
  2. 2
    Daniel J. Nadler MD PC
    111 Hazel Ln Ste 102, Sewickley, PA 15143 Icon Directions Right Arrow Directions Phone Icon (412) 741-5577

Hospital Affiliations
Admitting Hospitals

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  • Heritage Valley Beaver
  • Heritage Valley Kennedy
  • Heritage Valley Sewickley

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Visual Field Defects
Stye
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    May 03, 2022
    The staff in Sewickley was very courteous and Dr. Amanda Cook could not have been kinder and Dr Cook explained everything about the surgery that put me at ease. She and her staff are awesome.
    Lori Brown — May 03, 2022
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    About Dr. Amanda Cook, MD

    Specialties
    • Ophthalmology
    Specialties
    Years of Experience
    • 22 years of experience
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    Languages Spoken
    • English
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    NPI Number
    • 1912999822
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    Education & Certifications

    Residency
    • University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC)
    Residency
    Medical Education
    • Pennsylvania State University College Of Medicine
    Medical Education
    Undergraduate School
    • University of Pittsburgh
    Undergraduate School
    Board Certifications
    • Ophthalmology
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Dr. Amanda Cook, MD is accepting new patients on Healthline FindCare. You can check to see if Dr. Cook is offering online scheduling or call the provider’s office for more information.

    Dr. Cook has an average wait time of 31 – 45 minutes at their office(s).

    Dr. Cook has indicated that they do offer telehealth services. Please call the provider’s office at for more information.

    Dr. Cook has seen patients for Visual Field Defects and Stye, and more. You can see other conditions treated by Dr. Cook on their profile. Please call the provider’s office to confirm all visit reasons.

    21 patients have reviewed Dr. Cook. The overall rating for this provider is 4.2. You can read verified reviews and ratings and leave your own review based on your experience with Dr. Cook.

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