The team of doctors

MD PhD Piotr Fryczkowski

SPECIALIZATION: Ophthalmologist

Head of Retina Eye Hospital. A graduate of the Medical Academy of Warsaw with the second degree of specialization in ophthalmology. He deepened his knowledge on advanced retina surgery at the Duke University in North Carolina. A graduate of the European VitreoRetinal Training School in Bremen. He did his specialization under the guidance of Doctor Klaus Lucke. He is a member of the Polish Ophthalmology Society and the European VitreoRetinal Society.

In 2008 he published the first eye ultrasonography handbook in Poland. He conducts ultrasonography trainings for ophthalmologists from the whole Poland who want to improve their qualifications in eyeball ultrasonography. He was the laureate of the Polish nationwide competition for performing vitrectomy at the Central Clinical Hospital of the Ministry of Interior and Administration in Warsaw. In 2004 he organized the cataract surgery ward at the Attis hospital in Warsaw. Since 2004 he has run his own medical practice. That same year he also established Retina Eye Surgery and in 2012 – Retina Eye Hospital. In his free time (though scarce) he writes medical handbooks but also children’s stories with his own illustrations.

MD PhD Agnieszka Siennicka

SPECIALIZATION: Ophthalmologist

2nd level of specialization in ophthalmology at the K. Marcinkowski Medical University in Poznań. Trainings at universities in Liege, Kiel and Tubingen. Specializes in comprehensive diagnostics and surgical treatment of eye conditions and eye orbit with special emphasis on retina and vitreous conditions. He specializes in diabetic patient care, age-related macular degeneration as well as retinal vein thrombosis, and degenerative changes and retinal detachment. Performs basic surgical procedures within conjunctiva and lacrimal apparatus, as well as retina laser treatments. Lectures on ophthalmology at the University of the Third Age.

MD PhD Piotr Tesla

SPECIALIZATION: Ophthalmologist

A microsurgeon with an extensive professional experience. Specializes in the surgery of retina, vitreous and cataract. He performs surgeries in treatments of: the yellow spot hole,
epithelial membrane, bleeding into vitreous, retinal detachment, vitreous degeneration, intraocular foreign body, lens dislocation or an artificial lens implant to the vitreous chamber, secondary implantation of artificial lens, cataract surgery. He also performs intravitreal injections and laser therapies. He is also very experienced in USG of the eye. He is a co-author (with Prof. Jerzy Szaflik MD) of the first text book published in Poland on the study of the visual field: “Perimetry” and a book “Glaucoma. Compendium of diagnosis and treatment.” (with Prof. Jacek J. Kański MD). He received numerous individual clinical trainings in England, Island and in Germany.

He spends his free time with family. He is a fan of biographical books. A bicycle is his main means of communication in Warsaw.

MD Michał Szot

SPECIALIZATION: Ophthalmologist

Graduate of the Medical Department of Collegium at the Jagiellonian University. He did his residency at the Ophthalmological Clinic of the Military Institute of the Aerial Medicine, supervised by Prof. M. Prosty MD. He specializes in diagnostics and treatment of the anterior and posterior segments of the eye.

His hobby is travelling.

MD PhD Agnieszka Nowosielska

SPECIALIZATION: Ophthalmologist

Highly experienced ophthalmologist and surgeon. She holds the 1st and the 2nd degree of specialization in ophthalmology. Doctor Nowosielska specializes in the retina and vitreous conditions treatment.  She specializes in AMD treatment – its exudative and dry form, as well as in diabetic retinopathy and venous thrombosis treatment. Doctor Nowosielska as one of the first ophthalmologists in Poland has in 2006 started performing vitreous injections in the course of the exudative form of AMD. Doctor Nowosielska performs the cataract removal procedures followed by various types of lenses implantation. She also performs vitrectomy and combined procedures. Dr. Nowosielska gained her experience in prestigious medical centers in Poland and abroad, among others in the Private Eye Clinic in Hamburg under the direction of Professor Paul Fechner (cataract, refractive surgery), in the Will Eye Hospital in Philadelphia at professor’s George Speath (cataract, glaucoma, retina diseases).

Agnieszka Nowosielska holds memberships of prestigious scientific associations, the European VitreoRetinal Society (EVRS). She holds membership of the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) and the European Society of Cataract Surgeons (ESCS). She co-authored the Polish translation of two American ophthalmology textbooks: “Wills Eye Manual” and “Basic and Clinical Science Course, vol. 15”.

MD PhD Anna Borucka

Graduate of the 1st Faculty of Medicine at the Medical University of Warsaw.
She gained specialization in ophthalmology at the Department and Clinic of the 2nd Faculty of Medicine at the Medical University of Warsaw, where she worked until December 2017.
In 2013, she received the title of doctor of medical sciences with distinction for the dissertation “Evaluation of the polymorphism of the promoter region of the vascular endothelial growth factor gene (VEGF) in relation with the development of diabetic retinopathy based on the image of fluorescein angiography”.
In the years 2005-2009 lecturer at the courses of optical coherence tomography (OCT), fluorescein and indocyanine angiography, as well as concerning photodynamic therapy (PDT), procedures for intravitreal injections, diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
She co-hosted lectures on fluorescein and indocyanine angiography for doctors during ophthalmology specialization.
She is the author or co-author of 20 scientific publications.
In her medical practice she deals mainly with the diagnosis and treatment of retinal diseases, including macula, she performs and interprets retinal angiography, OCT and angio-OCT, she performs laser retina treatments, laser iridotomies and capsulotomies of the posterior capsule.

MD PhD Adam Trapkowski

SPECIALIZATION: Ophthalmologist

Graduate of the Medical University in Gdańsk; between 1995 and 2008 Assistant Professor and Associate Professor at the AMG Eye Disease Clinic. Eye specialist (graduated with distinction); MD PhD; in 2002 he won a prize of the Gdansk Scientific Society in Biological Sciences; two times Fellow of the Deutsche Retinologische Gesellchaft (fellowships in Heidelberg and Luebeck), member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and World Glaucoma Association. He is especially interested in laser treatments in the fields of refractive surgery, intravitreal injections and angiography glaucoma.
Fan of jazz, diving and literature.

MD Łukasz Staszczak

SPECIALIZATION: Ophthalmologist

Graduate of the Medical University in Warsaw.  He holds the 2nd level specialization in ophthalmology. He completed his specialization training at the Central Hospital of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration in Warsaw and gained his professional experience as an assistant at the Diagnostic and Therapeutic Center for Vision Disorders in Warsaw and later was treating patients in several outpatient clinics in Warsaw. Doctor Łukasz Staszczak specializes in diagnostics as well as in the treatment of retina diseases, glaucoma, anterior eye section diseases (cornea, eyelids). For many years he has been performing laser procedures of the posterior eye section (retina) and the anterior eye section (irydotomy, capsulotomy). He performs and analyzes the OCT tests of: the retina, the optic nerve and the anterior eye section. The doctor also specializes in the facial aesthetic medicine (injections). Doctor Staszczak is fluent in English.

MD Robert Gilewski

SPECIALIZATION: Ophthalmologist

Graduate of the Medical University in Białystok. Currently works as a Junior Assistant at the Department of Ophthalmology of the MSW Central Clinical Hospital. Primarily he specializes in diagnostics and treatment of the anterior segment of the eye and performs basic surgical procedures on the lacrimal apparatus.

In his free time he listens to good music and loves reading sensational novels.

MD Tomasz Markowski

SPECIALIZATION: Intensive Therapy and Anesthesiology

Graduate of the Medical University in Warsaw. Between 1978 and 1979 he did his residency in CSK WAM in Warsaw. In 1983 he obtained a 2nd degree specialization at the Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Therapy of the Medical University in Warsaw. From 1990 to 2014 Chief of the Anesthesiology and Intensive Therapy Department in the Bielański Hospital in Warsaw. Presently working as a Senior Assistant in the Bielański Hospital. Since 2004 an anesthesiologist in the Retina Clinic and later, Retina Hospital.
To enhance his professional expertise he participated in the following training courses: 05.2008 Stockholm – Sweden ERA, 03.2009 Universitat de Barcelona – Spain, 12.2009 ICM Brussels – Belgium, 11.2011 Amsterdam – Holland ESA, 06.2012 Paris – France, 06.2013 Barcelona – Spain EZA and IT.

Nursing Team

Manager of the Operating Theater

Manager of the Ophtalmological Clinic

Operating room nurse

Operating room nurse

Nurse Anesthetist

Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant

Coordinator for clinical trials

Monika Izowska

Graduate of the Pharmaceutical Department at the Medical University in Gdańsk. During her 15 years of professional career in pharmacy she has gained an extensive experience in working with patients and in clinical research conducted in cooperation with pharmaceutical companies.

Leads a healthy and active lifestyle. Her interests are cosmetology and healthy nutrition.

Coordinator for diagnostic and scientific research

Anna Kowalik

Graduate of the Medical University in Białystok. Currently works as a Junior Assistant at the Department of Ophthalmology of the MSW Central Clinical Hospital. Primarily he specializes in diagnostics and treatment of the anterior segment of the eye and performs basic surgical procedures on the lacrimal apparatus.

In his free time he listens to good music and loves reading sensational novels.

Managing Director

Ewa Chojnowska

Graduate of the School of Administration Studies and Health Care Management. M.A. in Health Care Management. For over 15 years worked in pharmaceutical companies. Cooperating with private and public medical centers for many years she has gained experience in the field of ophthalmology. Presently works as a Managing Director of our facility.

Her hobbies are kitesurfing and sensational fiction.

Retina Ophtalmological Hospital in Warsaw is a modern medical facility with an excellent and experienced team of specialized physicians – including pediatric ophthalmologists. Retina opened in 2004. Since that time we have performed over 10,000 eye surgeries, hundreds of angiographic tests and ultrasounds, and have had over 15,000 patients.

The name of our hospital comes from Greek. Retina is an inner coat of the eyeball responsible for vision. A Patients’ ability to see is the most important for us, ophthalmologists. Knowledge and many years of experience help our team to achieve that goal.

We are unique in our non-standard approach to eye diseases, innovative solutions and patient-friendly approach. Knowledge and experience are not enough and need to be supported by tests, which we perform on the most up-to-date equipment.