Sidney A. Martin, MD, FAAO (Founder)
Lawrence Zweibel, MD, FACS, FAAO
Jeffrey L. Martin, MD, FACS, FAAO
Lawrence M. Buono, MD
Paul A. Choinski, MD, FACS
Kathleen Van Valkenburg, MD
Craig Richter, MD
Stephen Greenberg, MD, FAAO
John Mauro, DO
David Immanuel, MD PhD
Faye Knoll, MD
Paul Sforza, MD
Brad Kligman, MD
Michael Savetsky, MD
William Kasper, MD FACS
Victor Giamos, MD
North Shore Eye Care
260 Middle Country Road, Suite 201
Smithtown, NY 11787
Deer Park Location:
590 Nicolls Road
Deer Park, NY 11729
186 Old Town Road
Southampton, NY 11968
54 Commerce Drive, Suite 6
Riverhead, NY 11901
148 East Main Street, Suite 101
Huntington, NY 11743
233 Union Avenue
Holbrook, NY 11741
41705 County Road 48
Southold, NY 11971
Garden City Location:
520 Franklin Avenue, Suite L9
Garden City, NY 11530
230 Hilton Avenue, Suite 207
Hempstead, NY 11550
Little Neck Location:
55-15 Little Neck Parkway, Suite L10
Little Neck, NY 11362
More About Vision Correction at North Shore Eye Care
The eye surgeons at North Shore Eye Care perform individualized laser vision correction by combining a number of sophisticated technologies, including the VISX Star S4 excimer laser, CustomVue wavefront scanning, and the IntraLase laser, a bladeless alternative to the microkeratome blade used in traditional LASIK surgery.
During the procedure the surgeons use the CustomVue WaveScan to chart all of the flaws in the cornea and create a unique "fingerprint" of the eye. This allows them to detect and measure tiny imperfections that interfere with the patient's vision and that may otherwise be overlooked. Next, the surgeons create a small flap in the cornea with the IntraLase laser and, using the detailed corneal map as a guidance system, correct the cornea's flaws with the VISX Star S4 laser. The flap is then returned to its original position, where it acts as a natural bandage and aids the healing process. Following the procedure, most LASIK patients experience improved vision and are able to discontinue using traditional eyewear.
More About the Surgeons at North Shore Eye Care
Sidney A. Martin, MD, FAAO, founded North Shore Eye Care in 1962 with his wife as his only employee. Dr. Martin was a kind and compassionate doctor who practiced actively into his eighties. Even as North Shore Eye Care grew to four locations with more than 50 employees, Dr. Sid worked out of just one exam room, never rushed and never turned anyone away. He embodied what North Shore Eye Care hopes to be now and in the future.
Lawrence Zweibel, MD, FACS, FAAO, completed his Bachelor of Arts degree at New York University (NYU) and his medical degree at Albany Medical College. He served his medical internship at St. Vincent's Hospital in New York and was a chief resident in ophthalmology at the French and Polyclinic Medical Center. He currently serves as the Chief of Ophthalmology at St. Catherine of Sienna Hospital. Dr. Zweibel is a member of the Medical Society of the State of New York, the Suffolk County Medical Society and the New York State Ophthalmologic Society. He is a Fellow of both the American College of Surgeons and the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
Jeffrey L. Martin, MD, FACS, FAAO, earned his undergraduate degree in biology with summa cum laude honors from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania. He received his medical degree from the School of Medicine at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook. He then completed an internship at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York and served as chief resident in ophthalmology at the Nassau Medical Center. Dr. Martin is an attending ophthalmologist at St. Catherine of Sienna Hospital and teaches resident ophthalmologists at the Northport Veterans Administration Medical Center. He is a member of numerous professional organizations, including the Medical Society of the State of New York, the Suffolk County Medical Society and the New York State Ophthalmologic Society. In addition, he is a Fellow of both the American College of Surgeons and the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
Lawrence M. Buono, MD, earned his bachelor's degree in philosophy at New York University before obtaining his medical degree at Thomas Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, Pa. He then completed a medical/surgical internship at University of Pennsylvania's Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Buono fulfilled his ophthalmology residency at New York Medical College in Valhalla and a subsequent neuro-ophthalmology fellowship at Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia.
Dr. Buono next served as assistant professor of ophthalmology at Duke University in the neuro-ophthalmology and comprehensive ophthalmology departments. He has authored several published ophthalmic papers, and has educated medical students, residents and fellows.
Since relocating to Long Island, N.Y., Dr. Buono has treated countless cataract surgery patients at his private practice, where he offers presbyopia-correcting intraocular lens implants (IOLs). He serves on the medical staff at Eastern Long Island Hospital, Peconic Bay Medical Center and Southampton Hospital.
Paul A. Choinski, MD, FACS, is a board-certified ophthalmologist who has more than 20 years of medical and surgical experience. He practices general ophthalmology with an emphasis on cataract surgery, refractive surgery and treatment of glaucoma. Dr. Choinski attended college at Binghamton University and completed a culture program at the University of Wroclaw in Poland. He attended SUNY Upstate Medical University at Syracuse and went on to complete his internship and residency in ophthalmology at SUNY Buffalo. He joined Hampton Eye Physicians and Surgeons, P.C., and became board certified in ophthalmology in 1991. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and an attending physician at Southampton Hospital, Southampton, New York, and the Suffolk Surgery Center in Shirley, New York.
Dr. Kathleen Van Valkenburg joined North Shore Eye Care in 2015, bringing over twenty years of clinical, educational and surgical experience. Raised in the midwest, she graduated from the University of Minnesota and immediately headed to New York to pursue graduate studies. She received a Masters of Science degree from New York University and completed additional pre-medical studies at Columbia University. During medical school at New York University, she did research at Manhattan Eye & Ear Hospital in diseases of the retina and macula. Her research and publication in Fluorescein Angiography became the impetus to pursue a career in Ophthalmology.
Dr. Van Valkenburg completed her residency at North Shore University and has been in private practice in Manhasset and Garden City for over twenty years. Known by her patients as "Dr. Van", her practice is focused on Comprehensive Ophthalmology and Ophthalmic Surgery for families and takes great pride in the long term multi-generational relationships that have developed since the beginning of her Residency. Specifically, she has expertise in surgical and medical management of Glaucoma, Cataracts and Refractive surgery.
Dr. Van Valkenburg performs the most state of the art cataract and laser surgery and enjoys seeing joyful patients after offering them the most up-to-date intraocular lens implants. In addition, the office provides advanced technology for evaluation and treatment of serious and rare eye diseases. The office prides itself in accommodating ophthalmic emergencies and effective communication with consulting physicians.
Dr. Van Valkenburg is Board Certified in Ophthalmology and continues the extensive continuing education required by the American Academy of Ophthalmology for active board certification. She is a member of the Long Island Ophthalmology Society, American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons, and the Nassau County Medical Society. Dr. Van Valkenburg continues her active involvement in the education of ophthalmology residents and enjoys mentoring ophthalmic surgery techniques to future eye surgeons both locally and abroad.
Internationally, she had has extensive volunteer service abroad, providing Cataract surgery and ophthalmic care to under-served communities. She has traveled to countries such as Peru, Belize, Honduras, and Ghanna, often bringing medical students and her own children along. She is a Fellow for Unite for Sight, a Global Health organization that provides quality eye care to communities that are unable to afford eyecare.
Dr. Van Valkenburg has been married to her husband Paul for 28 years and she has three children. She is an avid downhill skier, enjoys cycling, golf, travel and bridge. She looks forward to welcoming new patients to her practice and continuing her long term relationship with established patients.
Dr. Craig Richter is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and has close to 20 years of medical and surgical experience in the practice of ophthalmology. He takes great pride in the close relationships that he has built with his patients and is committed to offering them the highest level of medical and surgical eye care available.
Dr. Richter completed his undergraduate degree at Cornell University with a major in Biology. He then moved to New York City where he received his medical degree at the New York University School of Medicine. Dr. Richter completed his residency in ophthalmology at the prestigious New York Eye and Ear Infirmary and served as an attending physician where he trained residents in both medical and surgical eye treatments.
Dr. Richter has been in private practice in Huntington for well over a decade. He is a specialist in cataract surgery and utilizes the latest technologies for cataract extraction and lens replacement. Dr. Richter also enjoys practicing general ophthalmology with an emphasis on the medical and surgical treatment of glaucoma, the management of macular degeneration, and the management of diabetic eye disease. His practice employs leading edge diagnostic and treatment modalities including selective laser trabeculoplasty, ocular coherence tomography, optical and ultrasound biometry, corneal topography, tear film osmolarity, and automated perimetry.
Dr. Richter is an attending physician at Huntington and Syosset Hospitals. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the American College of Surgeons, the American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery, and is a member of the Medical Society of the State of New York.
Dr. Richter and his wife have two children and are long term residents of Huntington. In his spare time he enjoys skiing, cycling, and spending time with his family and friends. He looks forward to welcoming new patients to his practice and continuing his relationship with his established patients.
Stephen Greenberg, MD, is a board-certified ophthalmologist with 40 years of experience in Deer Park, N.Y., and Holbrook, N.Y. Dr. Greenberg obtained his bachelor's degree at the City College of New York and his medical degree the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York.
After completing his internship at Montefiore Hospital, Dr. Greenberg served for two years as a physician for the U. S. Public Health Service, achieving the rank of lieutenant commander. Returning to New York, Dr. Greenberg fulfilled his ophthalmology residency at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine / Montefiore Medical Center and was elected chief resident.
Dr. Greenberg has been board certified since 1976 and is a fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Dr. Greenberg served as director of ophthalmic surgery at the Long Island Surgi-Center in Melville and is on the staff of Good Samaritan Hospital and Southside Hospital. He was a consultant at Central Islip Hospital and Pilgrim State Hospital for more than 30 years, as well as Stony Brook Hospital and the Northport Veterans Affairs Medical Center, where he assisted residents in developing their surgical skills.
Dr. Greenberg is an active member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the Long Island Ophthalmologic Society and the Suffolk Ophthalmologic Society. He is a founder and past president of Helping Hands, a charitable organization that helps disadvantaged individuals who live on Long Island.
John Mauro, DO, completed his Bachelor of Science degree at St. John's University in Queens and attended medical school at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He served a medical internship at Mercy Medical Center in Philadelphia, where he received the Outstanding Intern of the Year award. Dr. Mauro completed his medical residency in Ophthalmology at Nassau University Medical Center/Stony Brook University, where he served as chief resident. He completed fellowship training at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Harvard Medical School in Cambridge and at the Boston Eye Group. During his fellowships, Dr. Mauro specialized in the treatment of uveitis, complex ocular inflammatory diseases, as well as cataract surgery, implantation of multifocal and astigmatism correcting intraocular lenses, glaucoma surgery, corneal transplants, and the latest techniques in laser refractive surgery. Dr. Mauro is at the forefront of ophthalmic research and has authored numerous book chapters, articles and presentations. In addition, he has been involved in multiple prospective and experimental research trials. Dr. Mauro is an attending ophthalmologist at St. Catherine of Sienna Hospital and will soon train resident ophthalmologists at the Northport Veterans Administration Medical Center. He is a member of numerous professional societies, including the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
David Immanuel, MD, PhD, is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and fellowship trained as a cornea specialist. His office is located on Hilton Avenue in Hempstead bordering Garden City (less than a mile south of the Garden City Hotel), where he has been in private practice for approximately 10 years (www.cornealeyedoc.com). Dr. Immanuel is very excited about his recent decision to join North Shore Eye Care along with Dr. William Kasper of Garden City. North Shore Eye Care is an expanding group of multispecialty ophthalmologists with several offices in Suffolk County. As a partner, North Shore Eye Care will provide improved administrative support to Dr. Immanuel's practice, including staffing, billing, management and marketing.
Dr. Immanuel specializes in cataract and refractive surgery and performs as many as 400 cataract procedures per year. His goal with cataract surgery is not just to treat the cataract, but also to provide his patients with spectacle-free distance and near vision once the cataract has been removed. This is achieved by utilizing special intraocular lenses along with the precision of laser cataract surgery. Dr. Immanuel is very excited about offering this new technology to his patients because it makes cataract surgery both safer and more precise.
Dr. Immanuel has also trained and supervised cataract surgery for resident physicians at Nassau University Medical Center, where he served as an attending physician. He is currently on staff at Winthrop-University Hospital in Mineola and North Shore University Hospital in Syosset, and he performs surgery at Long Island Ambulatory Surgery Center in Brentwood and Island Eye Surgicenter in Carle Place.
Dr. Immanuel graduated as valedictorian from St. Paul's School in Garden City, N.Y., then graduated as a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn. He had extensive research experience and published numerous articles before embarking on a career in ophthalmology. Dr. Immanuel received his medical training at New York University School of Medicine and was in the Medical Scientist Training Program, where he received a combined MD and PhD degree while studying a gene involved in human sarcomas. He completed an internship in Medicine at York Hospital in York, Pa., and was elected chief resident at University of Maryland in Baltimore, where he completed his ophthalmology residency. He subsequently completed a fellowship in cornea and refractive surgery with Dr. Theodore Perl at Corneal Associates of New Jersey.
The scope of Dr. Immanuel's surgical practice also includes: wavefront-guided bladeless LASIK, corneal transplant, DSAEK surgery and pterygium excisions. He also treats diseases of the cornea and ocular surface, including corneal dystrophies, keratoconus, corneal abrasions, recurrent corneal erosions, corneal infiltrates and ulcers, corneal edema and scarring, band keratopathy, contact related complications, Herpes Simplex and Herpes Zoster infections, dry eyes, meibomian gland disease and blepharitis.
In addition, Dr. Immanuel regularly sees patients with glaucoma (including providing SLT and iridotomy laser treatments), macular degeneration, diabetes and hypertensive retinopathy.
The practice utilizes the latest technology, such as: Fourier domain OCT, specular microscopy, corneal topography, digital photography, tear film osmolarity, ultrasound biometry, high frequency pachymetry and Humphrey visual field. Dr. Immanuel strives to learn about new developments in ophthalmology and attends multiple conferences annually to keep up with the latest information and technology.
Dr. Immanuel is married to a genetics research scientist and teacher who works at Cornell Medical Center, and has a 10-year-old daughter, Leia, who loves to paint. When not working, Dr. Immanuel enjoys windsurfing, skiing and flying radio-controlled gliders.
Faye Knoll, MD, is North Shore Eye Care's cornea and external disease specialist. As an undergraduate, she attended the State University of New York (SUNY) Binghamton, where she majored in biology and minored in Spanish. At SUNY Binghamton, she was elected into the Phi Beta Kappa Society and graduated summa cum laude. Following the completion of her bachelor's degree, Dr. Knoll attended medical school at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, N.Y., where she was elected into the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society and graduated cum laude.
She then completed a transitional intern year at Sound Shore Medical Center in New Rochelle, N.Y. This was followed by an ophthalmology residency at North Shore-Long Island Jewish Hospital in Manhasset, N.Y., where she served as chief resident in ophthalmology. After completing her residency, Dr. Knoll went on to complete a fellowship in cornea and external diseases at the renowned New York Eye and Ear Infirmary in New York City.
Dr. Knoll's special interests include penetrating keratoplasty, Descemet's Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty (DSAEK), cataract surgery, anterior segment reconstruction, sutured intraocular lenses, and refractive surgery. Dr. Knoll has been active in ophthalmic research and has presented at multiple national meetings. She is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, and the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery.
Dr. Paul Sforza graduated with honors from Harvard College, then earned his M.D. from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. After a medical internship at Lenox Hill Hospital, he performed his residency in Ophthalmology at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. He returned to New York for further subspecialty training in Corneal and Refractive Surgery at North Shore University Hospital, an NYU Medical School affiliate.
Dr. Sforza was the chief of Corneal Surgery at SUNY-Downstate Medical School from 1998-2000. He is still actively involved in academic medicine and continues to train doctors in the most advanced microsurgical techniques at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Downstate Medical School. He was named "Attending of the Year" in 2006 by the graduating Ophthalmology residents at Albert Einstein.
Dr. Brad Kligman joins North Shore Eye Care as a fellowship-trained cornea and refractive surgery specialist. He was born and raised on Long Island and is excited to be returning home to practice in his community. After graduating from East Meadow High School, he attended Cornell University where he studied Human Biology, Health and Society. He earned his Bachelor of Science with Distinction and was named an Outstanding Senior in the College of Human Ecology. He was also inducted into the Alpha Omicron Nu honor society for his academic achievements. Dr. Kligman then earned his M.D. at NYU School of Medicine. It was while observing cataract surgery in his third year of medical school that he realized the restoration of sight through intricate and precise microsurgery was the career that he wanted to pursue. During this time, he was invited to complete a pre-residency research fellowship in ocular oncology at the Wills Eye Hospital, where he gained extensive knowledge of the diagnosis and treatment of ocular cancer.
Following medical school, Dr. Kligman completed a transitional year internship at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan. He then began his ophthalmology residency at the Edward S. Harkness Eye Institute of Columbia University Medical Center where he served as Chief Resident in his final year. During residency, he became interested in cornea surgery, due to the rapidly evolving technology and surgical techniques that would allow him to restore sight to the blind and visually impaired. This led him to pursue a fellowship in cornea, external disease and refractive surgery at the world-renowned Cole Eye Institute of Cleveland Clinic. There he learned to perform the most advanced cornea transplant techniques including Descemet’s Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty (DMEK) and Deep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty (DALK), which preserve parts of the patient's own cornea while replacing only the diseased portion. He also gained extensive experience with the most cutting edge technology used in laser refractive surgery for procedures such as LASIK and PRK. Dr. Kligman has a special interest in corneal collagen crosslinking, a recently FDA-approved technique for treating conditions that weaken and deform the cornea. He looks forward to bringing these skills and techniques back to his community on Long Island.
Throughout his training, Dr. Kligman has been very involved in research, publishing over 20 peer-reviewed articles, textbook chapters and abstracts. He has presented his research at both national and international conferences on topics ranging from ocular tumors, to corneal collagen crosslinking (CXL) and corneal transplant techniques. He was awarded Best Paper of Session at the 2016 annual meeting of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons and his work was featured in the Best of ASCRS 2016 session. Dr. Kligman is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the Cornea Society, and ASCRS. He is also an active member of the New York State Ophthalmological Society where he helps to organize events for the Young Ophthalmologists (YO) Subcommittee.
Outside of work, Dr. Kligman enjoys photography, tennis, golf, and cycling. He loves to cook and travel with his wife Erin, who also grew up on Long Island. He is a lifelong fan of the Mets, Jets, Islanders and Knicks.
Dr. Michael Savetsky is a board certified Cornea/External Disease and Refractive surgeon, specializing in LASIK, PRK, Cornea transplants, Cataract surgery, Pterygium, Dry eye, and general ophthalmology. In addition to ocular surface dieases, he also treats other common ophthalmic disorders such as macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and glaucoma. He also offers premium Intraocular Lens technology and Femtosecond Laser-assisted Cataract surgery. Prior to joining North Shore Eye Care, Dr. Savetsky practiced ophthalmic care in Los Angeles, CA. He did his Ophthalmology training at Tulane University Hospital in New Orleans, LA, and went on to train in Cornea and Refractive Surgery at the world renowned Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, OH. He is also a fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and a member of the American Society of Cornea & Refractive Surgery.
Dr. Savetsky has been involved in many studies and clinical trials for new drugs and treatments for the eye. He likes to be up to date on the latest technology to make sure he is giving the best possible therapy to his patients. The most rewarding part of his practice is seeing his patients achieve the best visual results possible. He also likes to educate patients on their ailments and help them understand their treatment options.
When Dr. Savetsky has spare time, he likes to write music, go hiking, and travel.
William Kasper, MD, FACS, is the emeritus acting chairman of the Department of Ophthalmology of Winthrop-University Hospital, Mineola, N.Y., a position that he held for 15 years. He has been listed in the prestigious Castle Connolly publication, "How to Find the Best Doctors: New York Metro Area," for the last 16 years, an honor bestowed by patients and colleagues. As past president of the Long Island Ophthalmological Society and the Ophthalmology Section of the Nassau Academy of Medicine, he has contributed to both the scientific and the educational information of its members. Over the years he has made Nassau County Medical Center ophthalmology residency training a priority, teaching young physicians both the art and science of the specialty. Journal publications have included topics dealing with laser iridotomies, current concepts of cataract surgery and intraocular lenses, a toxic eye medication, corneal iron lines and edema and rhinosporidiosis of the eyelid. Internet articles have dealt with eyelid lesions, toric lenses, diabetic nerve palsy and insurance problems. Research projects in the past have been funded by Hoffman-LaRoche Pharmaceutical firm evaluating treatment for diabetes mellitus, and, presently, an ongoing clinical investigation exists for Amgen involving ocular evaluation associated with prostate cancer treatment.
The practice emphasizes the early diagnosis and treatment of ocular disorders. Urgent and emergency patients are given appointments to rapidly resolve their problems. Treatment is often coordinated with your primary physician, and consultations and referrals to specialists are managed expeditiously. Common conditions that are treated are: cataracts, glaucoma, diabetes mellitus, wet and dry macular degeneration, strabismus or double vision, amblyopia, eyelid growths, bacterial and viral ocular infections, eyeglass examinations, eye fatigue, migraines, headaches, excessive tearing, dry eye syndromes, styes, chalazions, pterygia, allergies, contact lens queries, vitamin therapy, ptosis, blepharitis, traumatic injuries, ocular herpes and shingles. With many years of medical and surgical expertise, Dr. Kasper and his colleagues are committed to providing the best state-of-the-art resolution of your eye problems, for both children and adults.
Caring support to the patient and family is offered, and everyone is treated as an individual, not a number. Your sight is a precious gift, and the practice is geared to give you the best possible results. Dr. Kasper's fluency in French and Spanish and his ability to give examinations in several other languages are very helpful. Consultation reports are sent to the referring physicians, optometrists and opticians. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable, and happy to assist you in any way they can. Brochures are offered to clarify conditions. Our location is central in Garden City, and adequate free parking is available adjacent to the professional building. The bus stops at the office and the Long Island Railroad station is a few blocks away.
On a personal note, the doctor enjoys traveling to different countries. Babysitting for two granddaughters several times a month is a favorite pastime. Marine biology, invertebrate zoology and fishing have always been his hobbies. He is still in touch with most of his Brooklyn College fraternity brothers.
Dr. Victor Giamos provides comprehensive ophthalmology to the patients of Ophthalmic Consultants of the Capital Region. Dr. Victor Giamos joined the Ophthalmic Consultants in July of 2012 providing general ophthalmology care as well as cataract and LASIK surgeriesto his patients. Prior to joining Ophthalmic Consultants of the Capital Region, he spent several years with a multi-specialty eye practice as a medical and surgical ophthalmologist in Long Island, New York.
Dr. Victor Giamos attended St. John's University in Jamaica, New York where he graduated as Summa Cum Laude, receiving his Doctor of Pharmacy. He went on to study medicine at State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Medical and Biomedical Sciences, receiving his Doctor of Medicine in 2008. Dr. Victor Giamos completed a residency preliminary year of internal medicine at New York Medical College, Richmond University Medical Center in Staten Island, New York. He continued his ophthalmology training at Nassau University Medical Center in East Meadow, New York, where he was appointed chief resident during his senior year in 2012. Dr. Victor Giamos also completed a two-month ophthalmology surgical rotation at Columbia University-Harkness Eye Institute in Manhattan, New York in 2012.
Dr. Victor Giamos continues his passion for knowledge in his field through being a part of conferences throughout the United States and abroad. He has attended the Ophthalmology Missionary Trip to the Dominican Republic, the The Osler Institute, Wills Eye Review, American Academy of Ophthalmology and the Alcon Cataract Courses, just to name a few.
While completing his education, Dr. Victor Giamos worked on research for several ophthalmic studies, including Cataract extraction with Premium Intraocular Lens Implant, as well as, a study on Emergency Department Orbital CT and Eye Injury.
Over the years, Dr. Victor Giamos has received many awards including: Department of Internal Medicine Distinguished Service Award in 2009, the Jordan Proficiency in Ophthalmology Award, and Commitment to Excellence Award in 2009.
Dr. Victor Giamos is an active member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, ASCRS, and the Hellenic Medical Society of New York.
Dr. Victor Giamos is fluent in English, Greek, and Spanish.