Our optometrist, Dr. Moshe Roth, and our staff are the reason that our patients have confidence in our service and return year after year.
Our staff is exceptional. We are frequently complemented for the thoroughness and care that we provide. Each of our staff members contributes to the level of expertise of our office. They will help you gather the necessary information for your examination and will assist you in selecting eyeglass frames that enhance your features and your vision. They will find convenient times for you and your family to schedule your appointments. We would like to introduce each one and how they contribute to your care.
I am the Director of Patient Services and have enjoyed working here for the past 14 years. I will likely be the person you will speak with when you call our office. I can usually answer your questions and often anticipate them even before you ask. I will help you understand any vision insurance coverage and benefits you may have.
I will be the happy face greeting you when you arrive, helping you through the preliminary exam, and doing the specialized testing such as the visual fields, retinal photographs and the Heidelberg Retinal Scans.
I will also assist you in selecting stylish eyewear that compliment your appearance, and meet all your vision needs.
I look forward to meeting you!
I am the official number-cruncher here at Family Eye Care and I make sure the business side of the office runs smoothly. I have the distinction of being the longest running staff member, having been here since 1992.
We are a very caring family and always put our patients needs first!
I am the Vision Therapy Administrator and I will answer your questions about Vision Therapy and Brain Injury Rehabilitation. I oversee the testing and help you arrive at a solution. I will help you obtain benefits when possible and review our Service Agreement. I also will see you at the front desk and help you find convenient appointment times. I also schedule presentations for groups, organizations, and professionals who want more information on Vision Therapy.
I am the first person you will see if you come in the afternoon. I am at the front desk and I will check you in and will do my best to help you with insurance benefits and setting up appointments for your family. I can help you select eyeglasses that will help you look your best. In our office, we work together as a team to make sure your visit goes as smoothly as possible. I would be happy to answer your questions and look forward to you visiting our office so I can meet you in person.
I am the happy face you will see when you arrive in our office. I look forward to attending optometry school in the near future so I really care about helping you the most I can. I listen carefully to the reason you are here or the reason you brought your child to our office and we will do tests that you need so the doctor can help you the most. When needed, I will also help you select eyeglass, or do some of the more sophisticated tests we do in the office like fundus photography, OCT, and ultrasound. I can help you learn how to insert and remove contact lenses and care for them. I look forward to meeting you in person.
In my role as Optometric Assistant, I will gather the information the doctors need so we can make sure your eyes are healthy and we arrive at the exact prescription for you. We will help determine if your eyes are working together as a team to help you or your child do their best in school or at work. I love helping people in every way I can. I will be with you from start to finish at your visit in our office. I am looking forward to meeting you and helping you in every way I can.
I’m the Head Therapist. I am directly involved with our patients’ therapy. I handle scheduling of vision therapy and notifying patients and parents of upcoming progress visits with the doctor. My goal is to help our patients to make changes to improve their vision and thereby improving their quality of life.
I am a Senior Vision Therapist and I find it fulfilling and gratifying to help children and adults to improve their lives whether with reading, homework, sports, or being better coordinated. I help people who have had strokes, brain injuries or concussions, in regaining their visual skills. I love seeing the successes that individuals achieve through Vision Therapy, as they gain new abilities, accelerate learning and enhance the full expression of their potential.
It is inspiring to see the changes in our patients that have struggled throughout their lives or as a result of a stroke or motor vehicle accident. I love seeing the improvements people make as they gain or regain abilities. Seeing your success and being a part of helping you make those changes motivates me further in encouraging patients to reach even greater heights.
I have a background in neuroscience which makes seeing independent variations within similar conditions very interesting. It is fascinating to pinpoint areas of difficulty and work with patients in challenging and engaging activities to help resolve their visual dysfunction. I have a passion and drive for helping others and working with people from all walks of life, pushing them to achieve their fullest potential. Chances are, if you come to us for Vision Therapy, you’ll get to work with me — first hand!