UH Cleveland Medical Center (0 mi.)
11100 Euclid Ave
Cleveland, OH 44106
UH Landerbrook Health Center (7 mi.)
5850 Landerbrook Dr
Mayfield Heights, OH 44124
Biography: Manasvee Kapadia, MD
- Assistant Professor, CWRU School of Medicine
Certifications & Memberships
- Ophthalmology - American Board of Ophthalmology
Residency | Ophthalmology
Ophthalmology - University Of Washington Medical Center (2000 - 2003)
Internship | Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine - Cleveland Clinic (1998 - 1999)
Research Fellowship | Refractive Surgery
Refractive Surgery - Cleveland Clinic (1997 - 1998)
Smt Nhl Municipal Medical College, Gujarat University (1993)
Manasvee Kapadia, MD, is the residency program director in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, University Hospitals/Case Western Reserve University. She is assistant professor in the Case Western Reserve University Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, a member of the Center for Anterior Segment Diseases and Surgery in the University Hospitals Eye Institute and Staff member at the Louis Stokes VA Medical Center. Dr. Kapadia has completed two residencies in ophthalmology, one in India and the other at University of Washington, Seattle.
Dr. Kapadia joined faculty at Case Western Reserve University in 2006. She worked at St. Vincent Charity Hospital in downtown Cleveland from 2005 to 2012 before joining the VA Medical Center in 2013 and UH Eye Institute in 2014. She has worked closely with residents since 2006. She was appointed residency program director in 2015. Since then she has worked passionately to advance the program.
Clinical and Research Interests
Dr. Kapadia’s primary interest is comprehensive ophthalmology with focus on glaucoma, retina and anterior segment. Having done a double residency, she has developed a great insight in treating patients with complex comprehensive problems. Her main asset is providing compassionate care to patients. She is interested in clinical research involving outcome measures of cataract surgery and glaucoma management. She is involved in research at the VA Medical Center.
Dr. Kapadia is committed to teaching residents. Her primary goal is to train residents to be competent comprehensive ophthalmologists with great clinical and surgical skills. She also strives to train them to be compassionate and empathetic physicians. She is a mentor to multiple residents in the program.
Patient Experience Reviews
My visit was alright and I couldn't be more happy
A visual acuity and dilation had to be completed before the provider could see me - someone was caring for me or performing some test up until 5 minutes before the provider saw me. I was told when the appointment was scheduled that the exam would take over an hour. Also. This appointment was scheduled less than 24 hours after my consultation request was entered. *** I was pleased with the thoroughness of the exam and the professionalism of the tech & the ophthalmologist.
Thorough, professional, concerned.
DR Kapadia personable and very informative.
Great experience! ***
Always a good experience with Dr. Kapadia. She appears very interested in my care. I trust her greatly.
Dr. Kapadia is caring, professional and always makes sure that I know exactly where I stand with my vision care. I could not ask for a better ophthamologist.
The provider was very warm and friendly and explained the condition well. She provided care that I should follow at home and recommended a specialist if the condition did not clear up as expected. I felt that I received good medical advice and care with this provider.
Very satisfied with this provider.
Dr K is an eye Dr and not a regular general Practitioner so she was just following up with my eye floaters.So the focus was on my vision and eye health. I am very satisfied with my care .
I really appreciate the punctuality and the courtesy in which I was treated. Dr. Kapadia and her staff are top notch providers.
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As of December 31, 2016, Manasvee Kapadia did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.