CMC 3619 Park East (7 mi.)
3619 Park East Dr
Beachwood, OH 44122
Biography: Charles Duffy, MD, PhD
- Director, Brain Health and Memory Center, UH Cleveland Medical Center
- Clinical Professor, CWRU School of Medicine
Certifications & Memberships
- Neurology - American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
- Medicine, National Board of Medical Examiners
Research Fellowship | Neurology
Neurology - National Eye Institute (1988 - 1993)
Residency | Neurology
Neurology - Massachusetts General Hospital (1985 - 1988)
Internship | Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine - Johns Hopkins Hospital (1984 - 1985)
Johns Hopkins University School Of Medicine (1984)
Harvard University (1977)
Research & Publications
Brain Health and Alzheimer's Disease, Behavioral Neurology, Visual cortical information processing
Patient Experience Reviews
I am Teresa Lofton's spouse.Dr. Charles Duffy is so nice and shows that he sincerely cares, he's amazing and I would never take my wife anywhere else!
I appreciate the great effort Dr. Duffy takes to help me understand my condition and treatment plan. The dignity and respect I feel when seen by him is so beneficial to me. It takes a brilliant man to explain things so clearly and a kind and humble man to raise up his patient's spirit and confidence when dealing with such a challenge.
This was a great experience. Everyone was so pleasant. Dr Duffy spent so much time with me explaining and also listening to my concerns.
Dr. Duffy and his team were the most thorough and thoughtful practitioners I have seen in many years.
Dr. Charles Duffy is a phenomenal doctor! He's super intelligent, is a great listener and truly cares and it really does show!
My Wife and I like Dr. Duffy very Much ...
I sure hope UH realizes what an exceptional doctor you have on board - he listens, he is kind and occasionally funny. He went over my brain scans with me, making sure I knew just what was going on in my brain. He explained what is going on now and what lies ahead. He never speaks to me as if I could not understand - of course I am not his equal intellectually but somehow in his own unique way he makes me feel part of the team. Most importantly, when I leave an appointment I know I am in really good hands. Please don't make him mad - this guy is most definitely a "keeper"!!!
Dr Duffy is very good!!
Excellent serviceKnowledgable provider
Very professional doctor.explained everything good
This was an intense type of visit. I expected to be. I felt relieve in the knowledge that I can gained from this visit and the test coming up that will continue to help clarify my condition.
Dr. Duffy is one of the finest doctors I have ever met. He is concerned about his patient and listens to what the patient says.
I was very impressed with the attention that the entire staff gave us
As an elderly male feeling confused, fearful, and diminished by my ***, I felt truly seen and heard by Dr. Duffy. He had the skills and took the time to establish an authentic doctor-patient relationship as he conducted his assessment. This was of great benefit to me and my family and to the "student" who had the opportunity to observe and learn from such a knowledgeable and caring doctor.
It was a very good experience.
This was a very positive experience. From the nurse, to the social worker, to Dr Duffy, all were excellent.
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As of December 31, 2016, Charles Duffy did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.