The doctors of Binghamton Eye Associates, Binghamton, New York, proudly serve the complete eye care needs of patients throughout Broome and Tioga Counties, including these cities: Barker, Barton, Berkshire, Binghamton, Candor, Chenango, Colesville, Conklin, Dickinson, Endicott, Endwell, Fenton, Johnson City, Kirkwood, Lisle, Maine, Nanticoke, Newark Valley, Nichols, Owego, Port Dickinson, Richford, Sanford, Spencer, Tioga, Triangle, Union, Vestal, Whitney Point, Windsor and the northern tier of PA including Bradford, Susquehanna, Wayne and surrounding areas.
Ophthalmologists & Optometrist, Binghamton, New York Comprehensive Eye Care, Serving Broome and Tioga Counties
Welcome To Our Practice
Our mission is to provide the best quality eye care in an ethical and caring manner. This practice has promoted state-of-the-art technology and the advanced surgical procedures used in the science of saving, enhancing, and restoring eyesight.
With sophisticated diagnostics, microsurgery, and lasers, we're meeting our commitment to provide the highest quality medical and surgical care possible.
Your eyes are meant to last a lifetime. It's reassuring to know that by choosing Binghamton Eye Associates, you place your trust in doctors and staff who are committed to preserving, enhancing, and restoring the gift of sight.
Your Office Visit
Please go directly to the front desk. We will confirm your information to be sure all requirements are met for your insurance. With the many different medical and vision plans available in our area, it is often necessary for the authorizations to be obtained before a patient can be seen.
Please fill out a Patient Registration Form as well as a Health History Form, and bring them with you. For your convenience, we have included a link to our medical release form here, and our Privacy Practices
Please allow approximately one hour for all comprehensive and routine eye exams. Our ophthalmic technician will take a history and perform preliminary testing. Drops to dilate the pupil will be used, which can take up to 20 minutes to effectively allow a view of the retina. Your vision will be blurred, especially when viewing close-up.
If you are concerned about driving under these circumstances, please have someone drive you. Dilated eyes will be sensitive to light. Sunglasses will make your eyes more comfortable.