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Omni Eye Services 

Joseph D. Napolitano, MD

Specialty: Ophthalmology

Board certified in ophthalmology, Dr. Joseph Napolitano strives to put his young patients at ease and takes time to understand every child’s needs. He cares for patients using state-of-the-art treatments for ocular misalignments and eye movement disorders. “We make sure both children and parents understand the condition and treatment plan to eliminate the fear that comes with having to see an eye doctor,” he says.

Dr. Napolitano earned his MD from RWJ Medical School and completed his ophthalmology residency at New Jersey Medical School. He completed a fellowship at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. He’s pleased to announce his recent academic appointment to the Department of Ophthalmology at the new Seton Hall Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine. He’ll be creating curriculum in pediatric ophthalmology.

Fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Dr. Napolitano is an attending physician and clinical assistant professor of ophthalmology at several prominent NJ hospitals.

"My daughter had crossed eyes and Dr. Nap operated to straighten them. She is a different child emotionally. It has given her confidence and helped her in other ways too. He was efficient, the operation was quick, and she recovered without any issues." -Lynn, Millburn​

Joseph D. Napolitano, MD

485 Rte. 1 S., Bldg. A, Iselin, 732-750-0400

218 Rte. 17 N., Rochelle Park, 201-368-2444

475 Prospect Ave., West Orange, 973-325-6734

2200 Rte. 10 W., Parsippany, 973-538-7400

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This is an advertising profile from the December 2018 issue of New Jersey Family.

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