Serving All Your Eye Needs
An Ophthalmologist, who is
either a Medical Doctor (MD) or Osteopathic Doctor
specializes in eyes and vision care.
Eye M.D.s are specially trained to provide
the full spectrum of eye care, from prescribing
glasses and contact lenses to complex and delicate
eye procedures and surgery.
Many Eye M.D.s are also involved in
scientific research into the causes and cures for
eye diseases and vision problems.
Eye M.D.s are an essential part of the eye
care team, in addition to four years of medical
school and one year of internship, every Eye M.D.
spends a minimum of three years of residency in
An Eye M.D. spends an additional one to two
years training in a sub-specialties such as:
Cornea and External Disease
Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery
Uveitis-inflammatory Eye Disease
Why Choose an Eye M.D.
The Palm Beach County Ophthalmology
and the Florida Society of Ophthalmology represents
the best and the brightest in eye care physicians.
Unlike other eye care providers and
ophthalmologist is required to go to four years of
medical school, one year of internship and three
years minimum of residency in ophthalmology.
You can depend on our organizations to be
involved in the community and caring about proper
So when you are seeking the best in eye care
go to an PBCOS and FSO ophthalmologist.
You can do that by going to the FSO website
and clicking on patient.
You can search for an ophthalmologist in your
our website, PBCOS.org,
search by area or name, using the menu on the top
When you find an ophthalmologist that is a
member of the PBCOS and FSO you will have an
advocate for your eye care health.
Our ophthalmologists follow strict guidelines
on patient care and ethical behavior to assure you
that the care you are bening provided is the best
and most thorough.
Eye M.D.s can be found in almost every one of
Florida’s 67 counties.
Our goal is to provide information and
resources so when you or a member of your family
need any type of eye care.