Medical and Surgical Director
Cataract and Anterior Segment Surgery
Dr. Wallshein is a board certified opthalmologist. He trained at Boston University School of Medicine where he obtained his medical degree. During that time he spent his first ophthalmology training experience at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, which is part of Harvard University. Thereafter, he went to Worcester Medical Center for his internship year. His formal training in Opthalmology was obtained at the prestigious Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn. Dr. Wallshein was the chief of Ophthalmology at JFK Medical Center for more than five years. Dr. Wallshein specializes in cataract, diabetes, macular degeneration, dry eye conditions, lid disease, blephartis, BOTOX® and cosmetic lid surgery.
Specializing in Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery
Dr Barish is a board certified ophthalmologist and cornea specialist. Â He attended tops schools including New York University, Binghamton University, pre-residency fellowship at Tufts and Cornea and a Refractive fellowship under the world renown pioneer James Aquavella MD. Â He utilizes the latest techniques in Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery and bladeless LASIK and refractive surgery. Â His expertise is all areas of the eye including Dry Eye Disease, difficult contact lens fittings, rare corneal disorders as well as all diseases of the eye. Â He further specializes in unique treatments of dry eyes including Lipiflow and Autologous Serum.
Anterior Segment Surgery
Chief of Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery
Shani S Reich MD is a board certified, fellowship trained Ophthalmologist. She was awarded a Justice Brandeis Scholarship to attend Brandeis University. She attended Rush Medical College, completed her residency in New York and Glaucoma fellowship with world renowned glaucoma specialist Dr Janet Serle MD at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.Her areas of specialty include medical and surgical management of glaucoma and cataract surgery. She has published and coauthored scientific papers presented at the American Glaucoma Society, American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery as well as the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology
Cataract and Anterior Segment Surgery
College: Case Western Reserve University. Ophthalmology Residency: Sinai Hospital of Baltimore (jointly with the Wilmer Eye Clinic, Johns Hopkins University) - Chief Resident 2 years Ophthalmology Fellowship: Anterior Segment Surgery - Girard Institute of Ophthalmology, Houston, Texas Delray Medical Center: Vice-Chief of Surgery, Chief of Surgery, Vice-Chief of Staff, Chief of Staff (2 years) Founder Delray Outpatient Surgery Center Solo Comprehensive Ophthalmology practice in Delray Beach, Florida 1982-2015 Joined Palm Beach Eye Center 2015 specializing in Refractive Cataract Surgery and Dry Eye Disease Founder and President of the Florida Scholastic Hockey League (16 years) - The Premier High School Ice Hockey Program in Florida
Dr. Newmark received his B.S. degree from Rutgers University College of Pharmacy and his M.D. degree from Duke University School of Medicine.
He completed his medical internship at George Washington University Hospital and his residency and fellowship at the University of Florida Shands Teaching Hospital. A research fellowship from Fight for Sight and the National Institutes of Health were awarded to him during his training. His research established Natamycin as a new treatment for fungal corneal ulcers. Natamycin is the only commercially available treatment for this disease and is prescribed by eye doctors all over the world. Dr. Newmark is a board certified ophthalmologist and presently holds academic Professorships at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute and Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine.He has published numerous articles on eye diseases in the scientific literature and presented his work at many professional meetings. Four ophthalmic textbooks include an authored chapter and he is the Executive Editor of three nationally published ophthalmic technician training manuals.He is a past president of the Florida Society of Ophthalmology and the Palm Beach County Ophthalmology Society and served in leadership positions in the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Florida Medical Association and Palm Beach County Medical Society. Dr. Newmark is the recipient of numerous professional awards on a local, State and National level for his excellence as a teacher, surgeon, leader and clinician that includes the Statesmanship Award, Community Service Award, Physicians Heroes in Medicine Award, Army Commendation Medal, Shaler Richardsons™ Award, Leadership Award, Ophthalmologist of the Year Award and the Secretariat Award. He has been listed in Who's™ Who in America, Who's™ Who in the World, Florida Super Doctors, Guide to Top Doctors™ in America, Guide to Americas™ Top Ophthalmologists and Castle Connolly Best Florida Doctors.
Dr. Victoria is a board certified, double fellowship-trained oculofacial plastic and reconstructive surgeon. She obtained her medical degree at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City, and her ophthalmology training at Montefiore Medical Center, where she was chief resident. She went on to train under the tutelage of the world renowned Dr. S. Anthony Wolfe at Miami Childrenâ€™s Hospital, where she subspecialized in Craniofacial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. During her training, she treated adult and pediatric patients with craniosynostosis, oro-orbito-facial clefts, hemifacial microsomia, etc. She then continued her training in an American Society of Ophthalmic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS) fellowship in oculofacial plastic and reconstructive surgery at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore for two years. During her fellowship, she trained in orbital, lacrimal, eyelid, and facial surgery. Her main interests are advanced techniques for natural results in facial plastic surgery, including face lifts, neck lifts, blepharoplasty, and browlifting to name a few. She also specializes in treating disorders of the lacrimal system and has been amongst the first to use an ultrasonic probe (Sonopet) to perform dacryocystorhinostomy surgery. Additionally, she performs surgery to remove and reconstruct skin cancers of the face.
Dr. Robert Raden is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and has numerous research credits, including co-investor and lead participant in the National Eye Institute Age-Related Eye Disease Study.Â Dr. Raden graduated with honors from Albert Einstein Medical Center in New York. He completed his residency at Montefiore/Albert Einstein Medical Center and his fellowship at the Foundation for Retinal Research in New Orleans.Â Dr. Raden is a member of the American Society of Retina Specialists, American Academy of Ophthalmology, Palm Beach County Ophthalmology Society, and Florida Society of Ophthalmology.