Dr. Alice Hong, MD

Dr. Alice Hong is a graduate of the prestigious New York Eye and Ear Infirmary from both the residency in Ophthalmology and fellowship in Cornea/Refractive/Cataract surgery. Dr. Hong has two doctorate degrees. She received her medical degree from New York Medical College and graduated valedictorian from SUNY for her optometric degree. Her other credentials include Internal Medicine training at North Shore University Hospital, undergraduate studies from Wellesley College. Given her extensive training, Dr. Hong's expertise include LASIK corrective surgery, Cataract surgery, and treatment and management of corneal related diseases, such as keratoconus, and other forms of trauma and non-trauma related dystrophies and degenerations. 

Dr. Karen Fallis, MD

Dr. Fallis graduated from Creighton University School of Medicine where she was selected for membership in Alpha Omega Alpha, the national medical honor society. She completed her residency at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary and subsequently pursued additional training in cornea and external disease. Dr. Fallis is board certified and has been providing compassionate care in the New York area as a comprehensive ophthalmologist for over 35 years. She prides herself on spending whatever time is necessary with each patient in order to perform a thorough exam and treat each person as an individual. Dr. Fallis is a member of the New York State Ophthalmological Society and Long Island Ophthalmological Society.

Dr. Scott Russell, MD

Dr. Russell completed his undergraduate education at Boston College and Harvard College graduating with honors. He was awarded an N.I.H. Neurobiology Training Grant to study at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University.  After medical school he completed a general surgical internship at New York University, and his ophthalmology residency at Cornell. He also completed fellowships in Ophthalmic Pathology at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, and in Corneal,  External Disease and Refractive Surgery  at the L.S.U Eye Center.  Dr. Russell served as  a full time staff member in the Department  of Ophthalmology of Columbia University and is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the department.  His  research interests include  corneal pathology, and anterior segment surgery, about which he has published several papers and delivered several presentations. He currently practices in Queens and Southampton, New York.   

Dr. Pamela Arnett, OD

Dr. Arnett is a licensed optometric glaucoma and ocular disease specialist who is therapeutically certified. She was an Intel Science Talent Search semifinalist, and after completing her undergraduate studies at New York University under the Presidential Honors scholars program, with honors, she received her Doctorate of Optometry from the New England College of Optometry. During her clinical education, she completed externships with emphasis in ocular disease and glaucoma treatment and management at Hudson Valley VA Hospital and Northport VA Hospital. She completed a primary care externship at Codman Square Health Center in Dorchester, MA, with emphasis in ocular disease and pediatrics. She further completed a cornea and specialty contact lens rotation at New England Eye, and a low vision rehabilitation rotation at Jamaica Plains VA Medical Center. Dr. Arnett’s clinical interests include primary care, pediatrics, punctal plugs and contact lens fittings including specialty GPs and toric/astigmatic lenses. She is a member of the NYS Optometric Association, NJ Society of Optometric Physicians and American Optometric Association.

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