From elective eye surgery to a traumatic eye injury, our ophthalmologists will treat you as if you are family, because for us – you are.

At Long Island Community Hospital, you can count on highly personalized and compassionate care for your routine or complex eye condition delivered by a highly collaborative team of board certified ophthalmologists. Our ophthalmologists are local physicians, who have trained at some of the region’s top academic medical centers, all of whom have a long-standing commitment to caring for our community.

 

As members of Long Island Community Hospital’s medical staff, our eye doctors collaborate with your primary care physician and other specialists to ensure that you receive high quality and compassionate care for your eye disease in a comforting environment that feels like home.

 

Our comprehensive eye care includes specialized procedures, such as:

  • cataract surgery
  • diabetes eye care
  • glaucoma surgery
  • refractive lens surgery (refraction IOLs)
  • medical retina specialty care (macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and more)

 

At Long Island Community Hospital, you’ll receive high-touch quality eye care from a team of board certified ophthalmologists who know our community, and our hospital.

 

Our skilled ophthalmologists are your neighbors who don’t just care about your eyes, they care about you as a whole person and are committed to seeing you stay healthy. Our team works with staff throughout the hospital to identify acute eye conditions and provides specialized evaluation and treatment regardless of where you are being treated in the hospital.

 

Our ophthalmologists provide integrated medical and surgical care and are a valued resource for the:

  • Designated Stroke Center
  • Emergency Department
  • Intensive Care Unit
  • Medical/Surgical Inpatient Units
  • Trauma Center

 

See an ophthalmologist for an evaluation, if you have:

  • Changes in vision (unexplained change in vision, new flashes of light, floaters)
  • Diabetes (newly diagnosed patients: baseline exam; all diabetics: annual eye exam)
  • Eye Infection (redness, discharge in eye, light sensitivity)