Weill Cornell Eye Associates
Our expert and highly specialized physicians at Weill Cornell Eye Associates, with offices at 1305 York Avenue (Upper Eastside) and 156 William Street (Lower Manhattan), protect and preserve eye health, while providing a broad scope of valuable vision care. Ophthalmologists can help patients attain a clearer view of the world. Their specialized medical skills are especially vital when the eyes are affected by disorders, injury, disease complications or degeneration.
Our comprehensive adult and pediatric ophthalmology services include general eye health exams, vision evaluations, and preventive care, as well as therapeutic and surgical options for the most challenging conditions. Our highly regarded New York ophthalmologists can diagnose and treat eye conditions in a full range of complexities.
Ophthalmological subspecialty services include:
These and other eye conditions are treated:
» Conjunctivitis (aka: Pink Eye)
» Corneal disease
» Double vision
Our commitment to excellence distinguishes us from other institutions and provides patients with a specialist support system that is nonpareil.
To schedule an appointment, please call (646) 962-2020 or click here to book on-line.
- Ana G. Alzaga Fernandez, M.D.
- Robison V. Paul Chan, M.D., F.A.C.S.
- Jessica B. Ciralsky, M.D.
- Donald J. D'Amico, M.D.
- Anna-Maria Demetriades, M.D., Ph.D.
- Marc J. Dinkin, M.D.
- Szilard Kiss, M.D.
- Edward C. Lai, M.D.
- Michelle N. Lee, O.D.
- Jia Lee, O.D.
- Gary Joseph Lelli, M.D.
- Benjamin Levine, M.D.
- Richard L. Levy, M.D.
- Cristiano Oliveira, M.D.
- Anton Orlin, M.D.
- Sarju Patel, M.D.
- Leila Rafla-Demetrious, M.D.
- Kimberly C. Sippel, M.D.
- Priyanka Sood, M.D.
- Christopher E. Starr, MD, FACS
- Grace Sun, M.D.
- Grace Y. Wang, O.D.