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A Message about Coronavirus:

Please read before you enter our office!

 During the COVID crisis, expect these changes to eye exams and office procedures:

• Please check in with the receptionist. She will ask for or give you appropriate paperwork if warranted. Your temperature will be taken and a screening paper will be given to you to complete. For the safety of others, please fill it out accurately. If you have a fever, cough, been around anyone with corona, or have been out of the country within the last month we will request you to leave and call to reschedule your appointment.

• You may be asked to wait outside in your car instead of in the waiting room if there are more than 3 people in the waiting room for social distancing. Our staff will call your cell phone when you are ready to be examined.

• You must wear a protective face covering or mask. If you do not have one, you cannot be seen.

• We are restricting the number of people who enter our offices. Unless you must have someone to assist you, do not bring anyone else into the office and have them wait for you outside. Assistants must wear a face covering or mask and will be screened before entering the office. Please do not bring any unnecessary belongings in with you.

• During your examination, your eye doctor will wear a mask or a plastic shield. There may also be special shields on testing equipment.

• Your doctor may ask you to wait to speak until after your eye exam is complete. They then will talk with you and answer questions from a safe distance.

• If you need to cough or sneeze during your visit, move back from equipment and staff. Bury your face in the crook of your arm or cover your face with a tissue. Wash your hands with soap and water right away.

Welcome to Suburban Eye Associates

Suburban Eye Associates is one of the most dynamic ophthalmic practices in the metro Philadelphia and Delaware Valley areas. The team has three practice locations in Huntingdon Valley, Jenkintown, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Their skilled team of ophthalmologists strives to provide the best and most compassionate eye care possible to their patients. 

The multi-subspecialty ophthalmic practice is staffed with fellow trained physicians and optometrists in the major ophthalmic fields. They provide comprehensive and integrated ophthalmic care for conditions like diabetic eye disease, glaucoma, detached retinas, dry eyes, macular degeneration, and much more, by incorporating new technology to provide safer, more comprehensive care to their patients. 

Since its inception, Suburban Eye Associates has achieved many milestones. For instance, Suburban Eye Associates was the first practice and is currently the only in the area to utilize the newest and fastest 500-Hz excimer laser for LASIK surgery. They were also the first practice in the area to use the wave light excimer laser technology, collagen cross-linking to treat keratoconus, and INTACS for vision correction.

All of their offices are equipped with the most advanced imaging modalities, namely the SPECTRALIS® by Heidelberg Engineering and ultra-widefield (UWF™) retinal imaging by Optos to treat retinal diseases. What makes their retina services exceptional is that they do not take a Wal-Mart approach to patient care – they offer highly compassionate, personalized care in a comfortable setting.

Their team also specializes in pediatric ophthalmology, so you can rest assured knowing that your child's vision is in good hands. Their team is well-equipped to deal with complex pediatric eye diseases and offers functional testing such as VEP and ERG that have tremendous value in caring for children with eye diseases.

The goal of the team at Suburban Eye Centers is to treat each patient like family and never dismiss a patient's complaints. They consider it an honor and privilege to take care of patients and are deeply aware of the trust patients and their families place in them.

To schedule an appointment at Suburban Eye Centers, call the office or request an appointment online. 


Mission Statement

We look forward to getting to know you and your family and taking care of all your eye and vision needs.


All of your eye and vision needs:

  • Lasik Procedures
  • Laser Vision Correction
  • Cataract Surgery
  • Glaucoma Treatments
  • Diabetes and Eye Care
  • Keratoconus Treatment (INTACS)
  • Multifocal IOL
  • Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL)
  • Pediatric Eye Care
  • Cosmetic Procedures

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