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Retina Specialists

Most visits for a retinal evaluation require that eyes be dilated for a full and thorough assessment of the retina. Dilation of the eyes causes blurring of the vision and may interfere with activities that require visual coordination, such as driving and operating machinery. It is recommended that patients set aside approximately 5 hours of time after the set appointment time to allow the dilation to wear off before engaging in any activity that requires the concentration of the eyes.


Upon every visit, a quick test for visual acuity using a reading chart and eye pressure check are essential for continual assessment of your current eye status. If you normally wear glasses or contact lenses, be sure to bring them with you to every visit.


Each patient has individualized needs and therefore may require various diagnostic testing for the doctors to have a complete assessment of their condition.


Expected wait time can vary depending on the patient’s individual needs, appointment times, and office workflow.

New patients

To save time on the day of your appointment, please fill out these forms and bring them with you. If you have any questions, please fill out as much as you can and our staff will be happy to assist you when you come to the office.


These files are in PDF format. If you do not have Adobe® Reader® on your computer, you can download it for free by clicking here or on the Get Adobe Reader icon.


To bring list reminder

  • Glasses/contact lenses
  • State ID or other form of identification
  • Insurance card(s)
  • Referral letter, if applicable
  • List of current medications taken
  • Additional caretaker, if possible

Existing patients

If there are recent changes in your medical insurance, primary care physician, or other changes in demographics, you may contact us directly at (212) 604-9800 to update these changes for you in your medical profile or submit them to the front desk at your next appointment.


Interpreter services

As a courtesy to provide better understanding between doctors and patients, our team is also equipped with speakers fluent in the following languages to assist with translation:

  • Cantonese
  • Mandarin
  • Spanish
  • Russian
  • Farsi
Retina Specialists

Our Neighborhood

Retina Specialists is conveniently located in the heart of the Village and is easily accessible to public transportation with multiple nearby hotels and eateries. 

To learn more about our Retina and Vision Services

To learn more about our Retina and Vision Services please contact us at
(212) 604-9800 today to schedule an appointment
retina specailists
  • 20 West 13th Street New York, NY 10011
  • Telephone Number: (212) 604-9800
  • Fax: (212) 242- 4757