Island Retina is a unique retinal practice. Dr. Pamela Weber will provide you and your family with the most state-of-the-art retinal treatments in a private and comfortable setting. We have two convenient locations in Suffolk County. Both offices provide laser treatment, minor surgical procedures and advanced diagnostic equipment. In addition, the William Floyd Center has a Medicare approved ambulatory surgery center. Dr. Weber has a specialized staff trained to facilitate your visit and provide advanced diagnostic testing in a friendly and warm environment. We pride ourselves in providing shorter wait times. Multiple research projects are conducted in our practice, allowing us to provide our patients with cutting edge technology. If you, a loved one or a friend suffer from retinal disease, please give us a call or reach us by email through our website’s secure contact page! We accept most insurances.
Dr. Pamela Weber - Top Doctor, Long Island 2019
We are thrilled to announce that our very own Dr. Pamela Weber was selected as a Castle Connolly's Top Doctor in the field of ophthalmology! For over 20 years, Castle Connolly is committed to recognizing excellence in the field of medicine. The Castle Connolly Top Doctor award is exclusively presented to the top doctors in the nation.
Island Retina Celebrates 22 Years in Practice - June 2020
For 22 years the doctors and staff have strived to fulfill this mission of excellence in eye care. We have been instrumental in the research and development of the latest treatments for retinal disease. We remain academically active through our participation in clinical research trials, speaking at multiple industry conferences, and publication of peer-reviewed articles. We look forward to serving the community for many more years to come.
We are developing new treatments for diabetic retinopathy
We offer treatments for age-related macular degeneration (ARMD)
We have laser treatment for floaters that interfere with vision
Dr. Pamela Weber and Dr. Michelle Guevarra-Pena.
Why might that be important to you?
Research published in JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) Internal Medicine found “Patients Cared For By Female Doctors Fare Better Than Those Treated By Men”Learn More