PAC Homepage
Learn More and Contribute Today!


Welcome! A message from our President


Our professional association, The New Jersey Society of Optometric Physicians (NJSOP), represents seven hundred of the state’s optometric physicians.  Our 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 and it 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, and Medicare.  We are positioned to meet your eye health and vision care needs for a lifetime! 

If you are looking for a well-trained eye doctor who has met the highest professional standards of the American Optometric Association and the NJSOP, then click our Doctor Locator tab to find an optometrist available near your home.  Welcome to the NJSOP!

-- Dr. Jesús Barrios
NJSOP President

 Apply Online Download a printable application

 



Latest News

View All

AOA News

Calendar

 February 2023 
SMTWTFS
   1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
262728    
Sun
26
2023
March 26, 2023

Spring CE

Virtual Event

Tue
11
2023
July 11-12, 2023

Summer CE

The Breakers on the Ocean - Spring Lake, NJ

Fri
20
2023
October 20-21, 2023

Therapy by the Sea

Hard Rock Hotel -- Atlantic City, NJ

View All

Partners

View All

The NJSOP is committed to having our website accessible to all, and welcomes your feedback and suggestions about improving access to our content. If you have difficulty accessing or viewing our website content, please contact us at 609-323-4012 or via email. Click here to read information about website accessibility (https://www.aoa.org/about-the-aoa/web-accessibility) as shared by the American Optometric Association.