Ken Moadel, MD is an attending surgeon at the Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital and an expert in refractive surgery who has dedicated his career to laser vision correction.
Dr. Moadel has performed over 100,000 laser vision correction procedures including athletes like New York center fielder Bernie Williams and New Jersey’s Jayson Williams. Patients have traveled from as far as from Africa, the Far East, the Middle East to have their eyes corrected in New York by Dr. Moadel.
- 100,000+ procedures
Dr. Moadel has been a featured specialist on NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, FOXNews 5, CNN, NBC Today and NY1 News. He has also been noted and quoted in Vogue Magazine, New York Magazine and Self Magazine. New York Magazine had to say about Dr. Moadel, “Among New York’s 1000 ophthalmologists, a few distinguished doctors stand out…Ken Moadel M.D at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital.”
Dr. Moadel is a recipient of the Honor Award of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Dr. Moadel completed his ophthalmology training at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital where he served as Chief Resident. He completed his fellowship at the North Shore University Hospital, Cornell Medical College, in medical and surgical diseases of the cornea. He completed a second fellowship in refractive surgery under the wing of George Waring, M.D. Dr. Moadel attended the University of Miami accelerated Honors Program in Medical Education, where he received combined degrees of Bachelor of Science and Medical Doctor with research distinction with a period of six years. He graduated valedictorian of his medical school class.