Stephen Doro, M.D., Ph.D. currently Clinical professor at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital and certified American Board of Ophthalmology since 1988, received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Miami and his Doctor of Philosophy degree from Yale University. While in graduate school, Dr. Doro received numerous awards, including the President's Scholarship, a Yale Fellowship and the National Science Foundation Grant.

Following his medical internship at Greenwich Hospital, the Yale affiliate in Greenwich, Connecticut, he went on to complete a residency in ophthalmology at Boston University. Dr. Doro did sub-specialty in pediatric ophthalmology at Boston Children's Hospital and in neuro-ophthalmology at Boston City Hospital. In recognition of his clinical and surgical skills, Dr. Doro was named R. Townley Paton Fellow at the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital in New York City.

Dedicated to academic pursuits and higher learning, Dr. Doro has published his work in the major professional and ophthalmic journals and presented his findings at major scientific conferences. Currently, Dr. Doro is an attending physician at the Edward S. Harkness Eye Institute at Columbia University.

Dr. Doro is dedicated to sensitive, high-quality eye-care. He listens to the concerns of the anxious or fearful patient and communicates a clear, concise explanation of each problem and how it may be handled. Particularly at ease with children, Dr. Doro is highly recommended by patients and colleagues alike.


A Comprehensive Approach to Eye Care

Dr. Doro provides a full range of services to preserve your eye’s health:

Every effort is made to treat each patient with the highest degree of professionalism and compassion. Dr. Doro believes patients are entitled to a clear, Low-key discussion of their condition and of the options available to correct it. Patients are treated with courtesy and flexibility, as a treatment plan is tailored to individual patient’s need.

In addition, Dr. Doro is prevention-oriented, patients can avail themselves of a wide variety of vision care screening; such as: slit Lamp biomicroscopy, retinoscopy and glaucoma testing. Sophisticated modalities; such as: Computerized perimetry, fluoresein angiography, OCT, and nerve fiber analysis are available, as needed.