Michael L. Wang, M.D., FACS
Dr. Wang is a Phi Beta Kappa honors graduate from the University of California, Los Angeles where he was a Regents Scholar and received a Bachelor of Science in Psychobiology. He was one of only four seniors in the graduating class of 1982 granted the Outstanding Senior Award. As a Regents Scholar, he received his medical degree and residency training from the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. In 1986 he was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honors Society.
Dr. Wang is a Diplomate of the American Board of Ophthalmology and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He is also a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, California Academy of Ophthalmology and the Alameda-Contra Costa Medical Association. He is Chief of Ophthalmology at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center and he teaches at UCSF School of Medicine as a Clinical Professor. In 2009, he was the only East Bay comprehensive Ophthalmologist selected to "Best Doctors in America” by the independent organization Best Doctor, and has been re-selected the next five years. He has also served as consulting physician at the University of California, Berkeley, Tang Health Center up until the end of 2017.
Dr. Wang is a highly skilled surgeon who specializes in cataract surgery and incorporates the latest in cataract treatment modalities including Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery with the femtosecond laser, in addition to multi-focal and astigmatism correcting lenses: ReSTOR multifocal, PanOptix trifocal, Vivity Extended Depth of focus and Toric intraocular lenses. Dr. Wang also donates his time performing surgery as a volunteer at Hospital de la familia on semi-annual surgical mission trips to Guatemala. He has always been dedicated to personalized high quality care for his patients.
Steven G. Pascal, M.D.
Dr. Pascal has been practicing comprehensive ophthalmology in the East Bay since 1990. He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate from Stanford University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree with Distinction and with Honors in Medical Microbiology. He received his medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine at the New England Medical Center, where he was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society. While in medical school in Boston, he spent three years researching ocular oncology at Harvard's Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, leading to journal publication and national academic presentation. His ophthalmology training was through the University of Southern California at the Doheny Eye Institute and Los Angeles County General Hospital.
Dr. Pascal is a Diplomate of the American Board of Ophthalmology and a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, California Academy of Ophthalmology, Alameda-Contra Costa Medical Association, and the Pan-American Association of Ophthalmology. He served as Chief of Ophthalmology at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center, and he worked as a consulting physician at the UC Berkeley Tang Health Center for twenty years. Dr. Pascal regularly donates his time teaching cataract surgery at Alameda County-Highland General Hospital through his academic appointment as a Clinical Instructor at California Pacific Medical Center. Dr. Pascal volunteers on annual charitable missions to provide medical and surgical ophthalmic care at the Hospital de la Familia in Guatemala, and he continues to be an invited lecturer, locally and internationally, to speak on current topics in ophthalmology.
Jane V. Loman, M.D.
Dr. Loman is a Magna Cum Laude honors graduate from the University of Pennsylvania where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Biological Basis of Behavior and a minor in comparative literature. She received her medical degree at the University of Pennsylvania and did her residency training at the Tufts - New England Eye Center in Boston, Massachusetts where she received the Preefer Award for research excellence. Dr. Loman is a Diplomate of the American Board of Ophthalmology and completed a glaucoma fellowship at the University of California, Los Angeles Jules Stein Eye Institute and specializes in complex glaucoma and cataract surgery with multifocal lenses.
She has served as the department Chief of Ophthalmology at Summit Medical Center and teaches ophthalmology residents at Highland General Hospital. Dr. Loman was also a consulting physician at the University of California Berkeley, Tang Health Center.
She enjoys international surgical eye missions and loves to travel and learn about different cultures.
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