DR. MATTHEW BUJAK OPHTHALMOLOGIST
Dr. Matthew Bujak is a double board certified ophthalmologist practicing in the Greater Toronto Area. He has developed a practice specializing in corneal disease, cataract surgery, and refractive surgery but welcomes all ophthalmology referrals. He provides all forms of cataract surgery, from standard lenses to premium astigmatism lenses and ultrasound based to laser assisted cataract surgery. Similarly his cornea procedures range from traditional full thickness corneal transplants to the newest laser assisted lamellar corneal transplants.
He is currently a lecturer at University of Toronto and operates both at St.Michael’s Hospital and Kensington Eye Institute. He is fluent in English, French and Polish. He received a University wide Humanitarian award for his dedication to patient care. He has a strong interest in international development and his work has been recently featured in several Toronto Star articles. As co-director of International Ophthalmology he plans to further expand University of Toronto’s role in the developing world.
EXTENSIVE EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Dr.Bujak completed his ophthalmology training at University of Toronto after which he opted to pursue two consecutive fellowships in Cornea, external ocular disease and refractive surgery at renowned centers in the United States. His first fellowship was a comprehensive cornea fellowship at Doheny Eye Institute/ University of Southern California. His second fellowship was based out of the Moran Eye Center in Utah where he focused on complex anterior segment cataract surgery as well as provision of eye care and corneal transplantation to the developing world. During his two years of fellowship, Dr.Bujak worked in the USC refractive clinic and the London Vision Clinic in England where he received training in refractive surgical procedures such as Lasik, PRK, PTK, Phakic IOLs.
ASSOCIATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
• University of Toronto Lecturer
• University of Toronto Department of Ophthalmology and Vision Sciences
• The Canadian Medical Association
• American Medical Association
• The Canadian Ophthalmological Society
• The American Academy of Ophthalmology
• American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons
• Canadian Cornea, External Diseases & Refractive Surgery Society