Improving health equity and access to vision and medical eye care.
Welcome to the New Jersey Society of Optometric Physicians!
Our professional association, The New Jersey Society of Optometric Physicians (NJSOP), represents approximately 682 members, 200 paraoptometric members, and approximately 140 student members. Our practicing licensed optometrists members serve patients in every community within the state and in all practice modalities, including private offices as well as retail settings.
We believe vision is our most dominant sense, which is so essential to lifelong learning and productivity. It is never too early to confirm having adequate visual skills -- ideally, one's first eye exam should occur before starting school. Our members are also prepared to diagnose and treat ocular disease, eye injury, infection, inflammation, and allergy and can coordinate care with primary care physicians and surgeons. Optometric physicians participate in vision care plans, major health insurance plans, Medicaid and Medicare. We are positioned to meet your eye health and vision care needs for a lifetime!
Find an optometrist in your New Jersey community today!
Dr. Dawn Arnold
FDA warns consumers not to purchase or use certain eye drops from several major brands due to risk of eye infection
[10/27/2023] FDA is warning consumers not to purchase and to immediately stop using 26 over-the-counter eye drop products due to the potential risk of eye infections that could result in partial vision loss or blindness. Patients who have signs or symptoms of an eye infection after using these products should talk to their health care provider or seek medical care immediately. Click the article title to read more.
March 10, 2024
8:15AM - 12:00PM EDT
July 9 (7:45AM EDT) - 10 (5:00PM EDT), 2024
Spring Lake, NJ
September 27 (9:00AM EDT) - 28 (5:00PM EDT), 2024
Atlantic City, NJ
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