Natalia Kramarevsky, MD
Best part of my work: I love to restore the quality of vision by performing cataract, or corneal surgery. In addition, I love to preserve people’s vision through the regular monitoring of dry eyes, glaucoma suspects or early stages of glaucoma and macular degeneration.
Why I became an ophthalmologist: I decided to become a physician after my father became sick and died from lung cancer at the age of 52. I loved taking care of people in their healthcare needs and wanted to acquire knowledge and skills to do it. When I was in college, my mother became legally blind from cataract. Her surgeon allowed me to watch the surgery in the operating room. It was remarkable to see the procedure and quick post-surgical recovery. I took a class in college called “Vision” and I was amazed by the visual phenomenon.
- University of Washington Medical School
Current licenses and certifications
- Minnesota Board of Medical Practice
- Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia
- University of Minnesota
- Cornea, anterior segment, surface disease and refractive surgery
Years of experience
- New Ulm Medical Center
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Major health plans we accept
- Allina Health | Aetna
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota
Other health plans we accept
- America's PPO
- First Health/Coventry
- Hennepin Health (formerly Metropolitan Health Plan)
- South Country Health Alliance
- United Behavioral Health
- Wisconsin Physician Services (WPS)