Andrew K. Bailey, MD | Appointed to Glaucoma Specialist

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Andrew K. Bailey, MD | Appointed to Glaucoma Specialist

 

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Andrew K, Bailey, MD – Oklahoman

 

Oklahoman
January 18, 2015

 

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The Dean McGee Eye Institute appointed glaucoma specialist Andrew K. Bailey, M.D.,as a clinician, surgeon and clinical assistant professor in the Ophthalmology Department at the University of Oklahoma’s College of Medicine. Bailey completed his residency in ophthalmology and his glaucoma fellowship at Dean McGee. Before that, he was a general medical officer with the Navy and served two combat deployments in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

 

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