NJRetina is proud to announce the opening of our newest location in Elizabeth, NJ!
Elizabeth has a rich American history and continues to flourish as one of New Jersey’s largest industrial and entertainment hubs. More importantly, it is home to a thriving and diverse community that deserves nothing more than the most advanced medical care possible. We are excited to be able to add support to the already amazing community of primary eye care specialists in the area by bringing specialized retinal care to this cherished city. Located on Elmora Avenue, NJRetina’s Elizabeth office is fully equipped and staffed to diagnose and treat all medical and surgical conditions of the vitreous and retina.
To make an appointment, please consult your primary eye care specialist or feel free to call our office at (908) 409 – 4900
Patient Medical Record Portal
NJRetina Patients can now view their medical records online.
To Log in or Sign up to the Patient Portal click here.
If you have any questions, please feel free to speak to our front desk staff at your next visit.
2017 Top Docs from New Jersey Monthly Magazine
Congratulations to Dr. Howard Fine for being selected as a 2017 NJ Top Doctor!
Welcome to NJRetina
At NJRetina, our vision is clear—to provide the most advanced and compassionate care for our patients. Our physicians have outstanding professional credentials and are recognized for their expertise in diagnosing and treating the full range of retinal disorders. Because our physicians are sub-specialists with advanced training in a specific area of eye care, it is likely that your general eye care provider referred you to us. At NJRetina, you have easy access to our entire team of specialists and sub-specialists should you require additional vision care.
Diseases of the retina
- Macular Degeneration
- Branch retinal vein occlusion (BRVO)
- Central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO)
- Central serous retinopathy
- Complications of cataract surgery
- Macular edema
- Degenerative myopia
- Diabetic retinopathy
- Inherited retinal disorders
- Lattice degeneration
- Macular hole
- Macular pucker