Richard E. Naids, M.D.

Richard E. Naids, M.D., is Board certified in Ophthalmology and is a fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. His areas of expertise include cataract and lens implant surgery as well as comprehensive ophthalmology.

Dr. Naids was raised in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and attended La Salle University where he graduated with honors. He completed his medical education at Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia. His medical internship was performed at Abington Memorial Hospital in Pennsylvania. His residency in Ophthalmology was at Temple University Hospital where he was Chief Resident in his last year.

Dr. Naids has offered several research articles and holds a United States patent for the first tapeless post-operative eye shield.

He has been in practice in the Philadelphia are for the past 25 years and is currently on staff at the Wills Eye Hospital.

A message from our Doctors regarding COVID-19


In wake of the recent Coronavirus activity, our offices are open for new and existing patients with medical problems. Please call 609-877-2800 to make an appointment. Our optical shops will be closed for at least two weeks. Please call ahead to make sure that your glasses are available for pick-up.


Your health and our health are of the utmost importance to us. We are following all CDC procedures and are limiting the number of patients and person-to-person contact within the offices to decrease the spread of the virus. We are committed to serving our community’s eye care needs and medical problems. If you cannot get to the office to see us due to these unforeseen circumstances, Telephone Consultations are available. If you have FACETIME this enhances our ability to diagnose and treat. Our Physicians are On Call 24/7!


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