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Specializing in Helping You See!

The doctors at Joshi Eye Institute welcome you to our website. We dedicate ourselves to enhancing the quality of life for every individual we treat by helping each patient to see his or her best. We are committed to responding compassionately to our patients' individual needs and to achieving the highest standards of eye care throughout life.

We Put Patients First

We aim to improve quality of life through the enhancement, preservation, and restoration of vision. We care about our patients and our concern extends beyond the scope of ophthalmology. Our patients are also our friends, our neighbors, and our family. We are here to do the best, and be the best for our patients, the community, and the world. We aim to serve as a beacon of hope for our patients and our staff.

Why Choose Us?

Perfect Mix of Premium and Family care – Patients are treated with the highest level of medical care

Board Certified & Internationally Recognized

Advanced Practice with a Family Feel

Your Choice For Advanced Cataract Surgery.

You will be using your new eyesight every waking moment for the rest of your life. Please take as much time as needed to consult with us as well as your family. Our surgeons, technicians and coordinators are available to help you make the best decision.

Things to think about before cataract surgery

Do you need cataract surgery and are searching for a reliable vision correction solution? Consider our premium options for lens implants to improve your sight after a cataract is removed. These lifestyle lens implants allow you to have freedom from cloudy vision and glasses.

Call Joshi Eye Institute today to schedule an appointment and one of our highly trained physicians will help decide which lens options are right for you!

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Complex Retina Analysis & Second Opinions

State-Of-The-Art Retinal Imaging

Every comprehensive eye exam should include an evaluation of the retina. Our digital retinal imaging detects subtle eye and vision problems as well as indicators of health issues as diabetes or high blood pressure.

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Meet The Doctors

Dr. Joshi

After graduating with Honors from Carnegie Mellon University, Dr. Joshi went on to medical school at St. George’s University where he graduated first in his class. He completed his residency in Ophthalmology at the University of South Florida after which he practiced comprehensive ophthalmology. He went on for sub-speciality training at the University of Florida to become a vitreoretinal surgeon. After fellowship, he remained in Gainesville to stay on as faculty at the University of Florida. He dedicated his time to Veterans as the Chief of Vitreoretinal Surgery as well as the Ophthalmology Residency Site Director at the VA Hospital. He has extensively trained many residents as well as retina fellows and was considered to be among the best surgical educators at the University.

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Dr. Gorman

Dr. David Gorman graduated from New York University Medical School and completed residencies in Medicine, then Ophthalmology at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. He completed two fellowships: 1) Corneal Disease and Corneal Transplantation at the Cornea-Plastic Unit in East Grinstead, England, and 2) Cataract Surgery with Dr. Manus Kraff in Chicago, Illinois. He returned to New York to work with Dr. Robert Coles, and then opened his own practice in Manhattan in 1986. Dr. Gorman specializes in Cataract and Anterior Segment Surgery.

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Monday - 8:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday - 8:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday - 8:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday - 8:00am - 5:00pm
Friday - 7:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday - Closed
Sunday - Closed
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