Boston Children’s Health Physician’s (BCHP) Division of Pediatric Ophthalmology provides comprehensive pediatric eye care as well as adult strabismus (crossed eyes) care in Westchester County. We utilize cutting-edge procedures and technologies to provide advanced diagnostic testing and surgical treatment. Our providers excel at meeting the unique needs of the pediatric population. 

Our areas of expertise include:

  • Early detection. Research has proven that early detection of eye problems can vastly improve future outcomes. With decades of experience, advanced training, and screening equipment, the BCHP Division of Ophthalmology, we have experience diagnosing a range of conditions in children of all ages.
  • Meeting the needs of patients with developmental and neurological diversity. Patients with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, anxiety, and other conditions often need specialized care. We have experience and skills to tailor our care around our patients’ behavioral needs.  

Our Services

We provide full-spectrum ophthalmologic diagnosis and treatment to children and adults with strabismus. This includes eye exams, exercises, glasses, patching, surgery, and education. We work collaboratively with parents and caregivers to ensure the best outcomes for each individual patient.

In addition to providing diagnostics and treatment, we provide education and support to help patients and families manage vision issues. We also connect patients who have low vision and blindness to nonprofit organizations such as the Lighthouse Foundation for additional support.

What Makes Us Unique?

  • Fast appointment scheduling. When your child has an eye problem, you want them to be seen as soon as possible. We have the resources and staff to schedule appointments with minimal delay. 
  • A vast network of eye specialists. Our physicians perform eye surgery at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital and are also affiliated with specialists at Boston Children’s Hospital for additional support with complex eye conditions. This gives families the assurance of specialized expertise should they need it for surgical or other complicated eye issues.
  • Collaborative care: Many of our patients have complex medical conditions affecting their eyes. We consult with pediatricians, neurologists, endocrinologists, rheumatologists, and other pediatric specialists to coordinate our patients’ care.
  • Access to emerging treatments. We actively participate in research studies. This gives patients opportunities to access the latest treatment and evidence-based care.

Conditions & Treatments


40 Saw Mill River Road
Suite LL4
Hawthorne, NY 10532
United States

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