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Retina Macula Consultants in Westchester County, NY

The doctors at VRMNY are world-recognized retina experts in difficult-to-diagnose and rare conditions offering the latest treatments for retinal diseases, focusing on treating macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and retinal tears and detachments.

Retina doctors in Westchester, NY

Westchester County, NY

244 Westchester Avenue, Suite 407
White Plains, NY 10604
Ph: (914) 422–9797
Fax: (914) 422–9798

Working Hours

Monday 9am – 5pm
Tuesday–Friday 8am – 5pm

Why choose our retinal doctors in Westchester?

The group of ophthalmologists who comprise the best retina doctors provide patients in Westchester with access to the newest cutting-edge diagnostic tools, retinal imaging technologies, and groundbreaking research.

Publications. Our New York ophthalmologists and retina eye doctors publish more in the foremost peer-reviewed journals about retinal diseases than any other private or academic group in the United States.

Innovations. Many current concepts in retinal disease and some of the best treatments recognized worldwide were invented at VRMNY macula retinal center.

Groundbreaking Research. Our renowned retinal specialists lecture worldwide on retinal detachment treatments and serve as academic leaders in the field as the most published group in major peer-reviewed journals in the U.S.

Reputation. Our specialists have been selected as Castle Connolly Top Doctors, New York Super Doctors, the prestigious group of New York Magazine Best Doctors, one of the best physicians in the United States by “The Best Doctors in America” and are consistently quoted by well-known retina specialists.

Affiliations. Our physicians hold academic appointments at Lenox Hill Hospital, New York University, and the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary.

Driving Directions

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If you are using a GPS unit or directions from a website, please enter the city as Harrison instead of White Plains.

Public Transportation

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Take the Metro North Railroad from Grand Central Station on the Harlem line to the White Plains station. Walk across the street to the Bee Line bus station. Take the Loop A bus to stop A8.

Updated on Jan 12, 2022 by Michael J. Cooney, MD, MBA (Ophthalmologist/Retina Specialist)


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