741 Sergeant Palmateer Way
Wappingers Falls, NY 12590
167 Purchase Street
Rye, NY 10580
About Dr. Goyal...
Communication, compassion, dedication, availability, expertise: these are the hallmarks of my practice.
My patients and their medical needs always come first. When talking to patients, I am always listening not only for what they want and why they want it, but also for what they need. This, in conjunction with my clinical assessment of their medical condition, allows me to develop a sound treatment plan. It is always a joint decision.
Dr. Ameet Goyal attended Vanderbilt University where he majored in psychology and graduated magna cum laude in 1985. He graduated at the top of his class from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 1989 and finished his ophthalmology residency at the University of Louisville, Kentucky in 1994.
In 1995, he completed an ASOPRS-approved ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery fellowship at the prestigious Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia. He is one of approximately 600 accredited ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgeons in the world. Since then, Dr. Goyal has been in private practice providing outstanding quality general adult and pediatric ophthalmology and oculoplastic surgery services throughout the tri-state area.
Dr. Goyal's area of expertise is in diagnosing and treating disorders in and around the eye including blepharoplasty (repair of droopy or baggy eyelids), brow lifts, mid-face lifts, dry eyes, excessively tearing eyes, eyelid growths, pterygium, Graves' disease and other thyroid issues, Ectropion entropion, skin cancer, orbital tumors and orbital and facial reconstruction.
He takes pride in staying up-to-date on the latest research in his field and is one of the pioneers in Westchester County in performing laser cataract surgery. Much of his surgical work is done endoscopically, if possible, to improve healing time. Dr. Goyal also treats glaucoma, macular degeneration and other diabetes-related eye conditions.
In addition to providing high quality, compassionate care to his general ophthalmology and plastic surgery patients, Dr. Goyal enjoys teaching and doing research. He is on faculty at the New York College of Medicine, where he works with ophthalmology residents. He continues to present innovative research at peer reviewed conferences such as ARVO, the world's largest vision and research conference, and lectures to other physicians in the country. Dr. Goyal is a former Board Member of the New York State Ophthalmology Society as well as the Westchester Chapter of the American Red Cross.
Dr. Goyal has offices in Dutchess and Westchester County, NY, as well as in Fairfield County, CT.
He is on staff at Greenwich Hospital, Westchester Medical Center, Montefiore Medical Center and Vassar Brothers Hospital.
We accept all major insurance plans including Aetna, Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna, Empire Plan, Emblem, Healthnet, Hudson Health Plan, Affinity, Fidelis, Local 1199, Medicare, MVP, Oxford and United.
Please call our office at 1(888) 314-EYES for a complete list.
- "A New Coagulation Treatment for Patients Having Eyelid Surgery," A.K. Goyal, S. Goyal, R. Goyal. Presentation. ARVO Annual Meeting. May 4, 2014. Orlando, FL.
- "The Use of Nerve Stimulators for Patients with Bell's Palsy," A.K. Goyal, S. Goyal. Presentation. ARVO Annual Meeting. May 5, 2013. Seattle, WA.
- "A New Surgical Technique for Floppy Eyelid Syndrome," A.K. Goyal, J.C. Flanagan, Wills Eye Hospital Annual Conference, March 16, 1995, Philadelphia, PA.
- "A New Surgical Technique for Floppy Eyelid Syndrome", A.K. Goyal, J.C. Flanagan, Wills Eye Hospital Annual Conference, March 16, 1995, Philadelphia, PA.
- "Dacryoadenitis Presenting with Eyelid Retraction", A.K. Goyal, W.J. Chang, J.C. Flanagan, Ophthalmic Surgery, July/August 1995, Vol. 26, No. 4, p 380-382.
- "Current Options in Cataract Extraction", A.K. Goyal, U. John, Hospital Medicine. April 1994, Volume 30, No. 4, p 59-65.
- "Current Options in Cataract Extraction", A.K. Goyal, U. John, Tiempos Medicos.
- "Diabetic Retinopathy: Current Concepts", A.K. Goyal, Hospital Medicine, August 1993, Volume 29, No. 8 pp 67-76.
- "Erratum - legal name change from Goel to Goyal", The CLAO Journal April 1994, Volume 20, No. 2, p. 122.
- "Deposition of Ciprofloxacin, Prednisolone Phosphate, and Prednisolone Acetate in SeeQuence Disposable Contact Lenses", M.M. Macsai, AK. Goyal, The CLAO Journal, July 1993, Volume 19, No. 3, p 166-168.
- "Deposition of Ciprofloxacin, Prednisolone Phosphate, and Prednisolone Acetate in SeeQuence Disposable Contact Lenses", A.K. Goyal, Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, March 15, 1992, Volume 33, no. 4, p 1291
- "HMB-45 Monoclonal Antibody and 5-100 Protein Expression in the Intraocular Melanomas: A Comparative lmmuno-histochemical Study", FL Doshi, A.K. Goyal, Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, March 15, 1992, Volume 33, No. 4, p 1242.
- "Vitreous Levels of Angiotenisin II in Patients with Diabetic Retinopathy", A.K. Goyal, Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, March 15, 1991, Volume 32, No. 4, p 1027.
- "The Effect of Neosynephrine on Lid Retraction in Patients with thyroid Eye Disease", S.M. Corin, A.K. Goyal, Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, March 15, 1991, Volume 32, No. 4, p 1088.
- "Serum Angiotensin II Levels in Patients with Diabetic Retinopathy", A.K. Goyal, Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, March 15, 1990, Volume 31, No.4, p 123.
- "Down Syndrome; Clinical Review of Ocular Features", A.R. Caputo, A.K. Goyal, Clinical Pediatrics, August 1989, p 355-358.
- "Pulmonary Function in Long Term Survivors of Hyaline Membrane Disease", A.K. Goyal, Chest. Volume 93, No. 4, April 1988, pp 734-738.
- "The Morphological Changes that Occur in All Classes of Ganglion Cells Following Monocular Deprivation", A.K. Goyal, manuscript being reviewed by Dr. Vivian Casagrande.
- "Primary Amyloidosis of the Temporal Artery", A.K. Goyal, Publication Pending.
Phone: (914) 921-6966
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