Jefferson Health

Physician Profile

Julia Haller, MD

Academic Title: Professor
Chair, Department of Ophthalmology

Specialties
Ophthalmology - Retina

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Office Locations

Philadelphia
840 Walnut Street
Suite 1020
Philadelphia PA 19107
Phone: (215) 928-3300

Medical Services

Board Certifications

  • Ophthalmology

Hospital Affiliation / Admitting Privileges

  • Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Awards and Honors

Philadelphia Magazine's Top Docs 2016,2015,2014,2012,2011,2010

Education

  • Harvard Medical School, Medical School

Internship

  • Johns Hopkins University Hospital

Residency

  • Wilmer Eye Institute @ Johns Hopkins University Hospital

Fellowship

  • Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary
  • Wilmer Eye Institute @ Johns Hopkins University Hospital

Recent Publications

Discussions

Efficacy of laparoscopic appendectomy in appendicitis with peritonitis

Pediatric short bowel syndrome: Redefining predictors of success

"Respectful image": Revenge of the Barber surgeon

Postoperative outcomes of extremely low birth-weight infants with necrotizing enterocolitis or isolated intestinal perforation: A prospective cohort study by the NICHD Neonatal Research Network

Evolution of Staged Versus Primary Closure of Gastroschisis

Expanded Application of Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation in a Pediatric Surgery Practice

Pediatric Trauma Is Very Much A Surgical Disease

Surgical Adverse Events, Risk Management, and Malpractice Outcome: Morbidity and Mortality Review Is Not Enough

Insulin Independence Following Isolated Islet Transplantation and Single Islet Infusions

Why Pediatric Surgery? A Personal Journey Through the First 50 Years

The evolution and current status of emergency medical services for children

Caring for the injured children of our world: A global perspective

Cardiorespiratory functions is significantly improved following corrective surgery for severe pectus excavatum: Proposed treatment guidelines

Management of a floating sternum after repair of pectus excavatum

Routine insertion of a silastic springloaded silo for infants with gastroschisis.

History of the operative management of pectus deformities

Cardiorespiratory function is significantly improved following corrective surgery for severe pectus excavatum. Proposed treatment guidelines

To the editor [1]

Pectus excavatum: Increase of right ventricular systolic, diastolic, and stroke volumes after surgical repair. Commentary