Patrick J. Riddle, MD



Patrick J. Riddle, MD

Patrick J. Riddle, MD

Education: Creighton University, 1967
Medical School: Creighton Medical School, 1971
Internship: Letterman General Hospital, 1972
U.S. Air Force: 1971 to 1974
Residency In Ophthalmology: Medical College of Wisconsin, 1977
Practice of Ophthalmology: 1977 to present
American Board Certified: 1978
Fellowships:
•  University of Florida, Cornea and External Disease
•  Louisiana State University, Cornea and External Disease
•  Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Ophthalmic Pathology
•  Vitreo-Retinal Research Foundation, Vitreo-Retinal Disease

Dr. Patrick Riddle was born and raised in Iowa and Nebraska. He graduated medical school and was a member of the A.O.A (Alpha Omega Alpha) honor society. He joined the US ARMY and became a flight surgeon in Alaska. After his ophthalmology residency, he completed fellowships in cornea and external disease and ophthalmic pathology. He joined the department of Ophthalmology at George Washington (GW) University and attained the rank of associate professor. While at GW he served as a consultant at Walter Reed ARMY medical center and worked at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology. After completing a vitreoretinal fellowship, he joined Nashua Eye Associates. He is a board-certified ophthalmologist and is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons. He has over ten peer reviewed publications in ophthalmology and has received the physicians selected award of NH Top Ophthalmologist many times. He loves people and is honored to try and help everyone. His life outside of medicine revolves around his family, friends, reading, caring for animals, gardening, and exercising.

Dr. Patrick Riddle was born and raised in Iowa and Nebraska. He graduated medical school and was a member of the A.O.A (Alpha Omega Alpha) honor society. He joined the US ARMY and became a flight surgeon in Alaska. After his ophthalmology residency, he completed fellowships in cornea and external disease and ophthalmic pathology. He joined the department of Ophthalmology at George Washington (GW) University and attained the rank of associate professor. While at GW he served as a consultant at Walter Reed ARMY medical center and worked at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology. After completing a vitreoretinal fellowship, he joined Nashua Eye Associates. He is a board-certified ophthalmologist and is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons. He has over ten peer reviewed publications in ophthalmology and has received the physicians selected award of NH Top Ophthalmologist many times. He loves people and is honored to try and help everyone. His life outside of medicine revolves around his family, friends, reading, caring for animals, gardening, and exercising.

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