Dr. Arie Markovitz is a graduate of the Medical faculty of the Technion, Haifa, Israel. He completed his internship at the Opthalmology Unit at Kaplan Hospital, Rehovot, Israel. Subsequently, he completed his Post Doctoral Fellowship at UFT University in Toronto,Canada, specializing in Corneal surgeries and the anterior part of the eyes. During his residence in Canada he accumulated an abundance of experience in the field of Corneal and Cataract surgeries.
Upon return to Israel. Dr, Markovitz became the director of the Corneal and outer diseases of the eyes clinic for Kaplan Hospital as well as the director of the corneal transplantation unit. Having acquired vast experience in the field of refractive laser surgery, cataract and corneal surgeries, Dr. Markovitz furthermore investigates and researches topics related to these areas of Opthalmology. Moreover, he lectures at scientific conventions worldwide and in Israel.
Dr. Markovitz is presently the directive administrator of the Israeli Physician's Corneal Foundation. In the past, he was a participant on the supervisory committee of the Israeli Cataract Society.
Dr. Arie Markovitz states: "Professionalism, experience and precision during the surgical process, as well as access to utilize the most advanced devices and technologies in Opthalmology is what brands 'Enaim' Medical Centers the best alternative for Opthalmic treatment. This type of approach optimizes the chances for unsurpassed results in the field of corrective eye surgery."
Presently, Dr. Arie Markovitz resides as director of the Corneal Transplant clinic, outpatient clinic and Corneal Center at Kaplan Hospital located in Rehovot. By the same token, he performs as a senior physician at 'Enaim' Medical Center, Tel Aviv as well as at 'Atidim Medical Center', Ramat Hachayal,Tel Aviv, Israel.