Georgia Eye Partners’ Dr. Reena A. Garg Was a Featured Guest on “The Weekly Check-Up” On WSB Radio
On Sunday, October 14, Dr. Reena Garg appeared alongside host Dr. Bruce Feinberg and fellow ophthalmologists Dr. Leff Goldstein of Georgia Ophthalmology Associates and Dr. Clayton Blehm of Gainesville Eye Associates on WSB radio’s popular medical show, “The Weekly Check-Up.” The show, which airs Sundays from 3-5 p.m. on 95.5 FM and AM 750 News/Talk WSB, covers a wide range of important healthcare topics and news every week. Dr. Garg discussed topics about eye health and answered questions related to cataracts and glaucoma. Listen to the entire show here for more of her expert insight.
Dr. Reena Garg is a highly respected board certified, fellowship trained, ophthalmologist, specializing in all aspects of medical, laser, and surgical treatment for glaucoma. She is an accomplished cataract surgeon who offers routine cataract surgery as well as laser assisted refractive cataract surgery with toric and extended range of vision lens options. She also performs MIGS, or minimally invasive glaucoma surgeries, in conjunction with cataract surgery for cataract patients who have glaucoma.
Dr. Garg graduated from Drexel University School of Medicine with high honors and completed her Internship at the University of Maryland Medical Center. She then completed her Ophthalmology residency at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine where she served as Chief Resident. Dr. Garg went on to complete a fellowship in the field of Glaucoma at the world-renowned Columbia University.
Dr. Garg is known for her kindness and compassion towards patients, co-workers, and colleagues. She was awarded the prestigious Humanism in Ophthalmology award during her Chief Residency – an honor only given to one resident per year.
Prior to relocating to Atlanta, Dr. Garg served as an Assistant Professor at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai. During her time there, she was involved with many clinical trials developing cutting edge surgical techniques and ground breaking medications in the treatment of glaucoma.
Dr. Garg sees patients at our Johns Creek and Midtown locations. She will perform surgery at Eye Surgery Center of Georgia, our state of the art ambulatory surgery center, as well as Northside Hospital. Dr. Garg is also fluent in Spanish and Hindi.