Judah Beck MD

Judah E. Beck, MD is a fellowship trained Ophthalmologist.  He earned a Bachelors and Masters Degree in Biochemistry at the age of 22 from CUNY Queens College.  While in attendance, he actively participated in research in the areas of cancer, biochemistry and organic chemistry where he presented and co-authored research projects.  After this, he spent the next 5 years teaching underprivileged high school students chemistry and physics in a large high school in the Bronx.  He was selected to receive the “Teacher of the Year Award” by the student body.

He attended Howard University College of Medicine, where he was awarded 6 separate academic scholarships while in attendance including twice being awarded the Trustees Scholarship given to the highest ranking members of the class.  He scored with honors in the majority of medical school courses, he also scored in the 99th percentile on his United States Medical Licensing Exam.  He subsequently completed his intern year in Internal Medicine in the North Shore – Long Island Jewish Hospital system where his fellow classmen elected him as their liaison for the hospital.  He went on to complete his Ophthalmology residency training at Nassau County Medical Center in New York where he was also elected to the position of Chief Resident in his final year.

Dr. Beck’s areas of specialty include Dry Eye, cataract and refractive surgery, corneal surgery, transplant and disease as well as ocular surface reconstruction.  Dr. Beck is passionate about patient care and achieving excellent vision for his patients.



Speciality: Ophthalmology Service

Undergraduate School: City University of New York, Queens College

Graduate School: City University of New York, Queens College

Medical School: Howard University College of Medicine

Internship: Forest Hills Hospital

Residency Programs: Nassau County Medical Center

Fellowship: Pepose Vision Institute/Barnes Jewish Hospital