Lake City, and Ocala, FL
Should you have an emergency eye problem, we can be reached 7 days a week through our answering service.
Just call the office number for your area and you will automatically be connected to our answering service.
Eye diseases can affect the retina and the vitreous, causing partial or total loss of vision. Our doctors are expertly trained in the diagnosis and management of these disorders.
The initial portion of your examination will be conducted by one of our experienced technologists. They will obtain a history, check your vision, intraocular pressures, and dilate your pupils. Dr. Roseman or Hazariwala will then examine your eyes and determine if any other ancillary testing is necessary. Some of these tests might include Optical Coherence Tomography, Opthalmic Ultrasound, Fundus Photography, or Fluorescein Angiography.
Many of our procedures can happen right in our office. Top of the line equipment is available for surgical procedures if that is needed.
The Millennium Center
4340 Newberry Road, Suite 202
Gainesville, Florida 32607
Lake City Office
438 Perimeter Glen
Lake City, Florida 32025
10238 SW 86th Circle, Suite 100
Ocala, Florida 34481
Payment is due at the time services are rendered unless prior arrangements have been made with our business office.
Monday to Friday
8:00am - 5:00pm
Medical & Surgical:
Specializing In The Management
Of Vitreo Retinal Diseases
Ophthalmology is the specialty of medicine covering all facets of eye care. While general ophthalmologists care for all facets of the eye, we, however, limit our practice to diseases of the retina and vitreous and their associated problems so that we can take care of you better.
The specialty training of our professional doctors Robert L. Roseman and Kaushik M. Hazariwala can help diagnose and treat these problems.
The retina is the part of the eye with which you actually see. Damage or destruction to any part of it may result in partial or total loss of vision.
The vitreous is the clear, gel-like substance which fills the eye. Hemorrhages, injury, inflammation, or infection may cause the vitreous to become opaque and prevent light from reaching the retina. This may also result in partial or almost total loss of vision.
Our training has been directed toward dealing with these problems. Because of recent advances in surgery of the retina and vitreous, there is hope that your problem may have a solution. It is for this reason that your physician has referred you to us.
During your complete eye examination, your pupils will be dilated, which will increase your sensitivity to light for several hours. You may wish to be driven by a relative or friend.
Our offices have equipment specifically designed to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of retinal/vitreous problems. Most procedures can be performed in the office.
Should you require surgery, the finest and most up-to-date equipment is available for the surgical procedures performed. Surgeries are performed primarily at the North Florida Surgical Pavilion in Gainesville, adjacent to North Florida Regional Medical Center.
If you are a patient living in the Ocala or Lake City areas, your post-operative care can be continued in these respective offices.