Omaida has over 25 years of experience in making your financial transaction seamless between your insurance company’s benefits and your responsibilities. Omaida strives to understand your benefits to help you make the right selection of services.
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Dr. Anthony Gurdak is a New York native of Cuban and Polish descent. Dr. Gurdak attended St. Peter’s Prep in Jersey City and completed his graduate studies in biochemistry and management at Saint Peter’s University and the Chemical Institute of Sarriá in Barcelona, Spain. Dr. Gurdak received his Doctor of Optometry degree from Inter-American University in Puerto Rico. He is accredited and continues his professional education with the American Optometric Association, American College of Nutrition and International Academy of Orthokeratology.
Dr. Anthony Gurdak completed his doctoral internship at Omni Eye Services in New York City and New Jersey, working with their ophthalmological specialists in the areas of retina, glaucoma, dry eye, cataract, oculoplastic-reconstructive, and neuro-ophthalmology.
As a member of the organisation Volunteering Optometric Services to Humanity (VOSH), Dr. Anthony Gurdak participates in screenings and delivering eye care to needy areas in the Dominican Republic. He has received recognition from the Lions Club and local authorities of the Dominican Republic for his work.
Dr. Anthony Gurdak is a member of the Dante Alighieri Society of Jersey City, the West New York Lions Club and is actively engaged in community health screenings. He is fluent in Spanish and can communicate in Polish and Italian. When the weather permits, Dr Gurdak enjoys skiing, cycling, surfing and sailing.
Dr. Anthony Gurdak is very pleased in fulfilling his childhood aspiration to be an optometric physician, and he is proud to be serving the greater West New York community with his mother Dr. Madeline Romeu.
Eliana is our friendly and professional optometric technician. Eliana prides herself in making your experience at our office pleasant and time efficient. Eliana takes the time to show our contact lens wearers the proper technique for inserting, removing and caring for their contact lenses. If you have any questions about what to expect before your exam, give us a call and ask for Eliana.
MariaChristina received her Masters of Science in Clinical Nutrition from the New York Chiropractic College. Maria is certified by the Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists. Maria's clinical experience encompasses evidenced based nutritional and lifestyle approaches to preventing and treating chronic disease. Maria can explain complex scientific concepts regarding human health, in a manner that is comprehensible and personable. As a clinician, her message is clear, nutrition and lifestyle are the most powerful determinants of our health. We are proud to have Maria on our primary eye care team.
Optometric Physician Diplomate American Board of Optometry Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry Diplomate of the Cornea, Contact Lens and Refractive Technologies Board-certified in the Treatment and Management of Ocular Disease Orthokeratology Academy of America Dr. Romeu received the Bausch & Lomb Contact Lens Excellence Award
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