Paul T. Finger, MD, FACS
Dr. Finger has subspecialty trained support staff. They help him see more eye cancer patients than he could see alone. Dr. Finger has personally trained each of his special staff to perform eye cancer imaging and to help patient navigate their care. However, Dr. Finger personally examines and supervises every patient under his care. In addition, Dr. Finger has installed 55″ 4K High Resolution monitors in each examination room to review and teach patients about their eye tumor.
Dr. Kimberly Chin, O.D.
Dr. Chin has been committed to helping patients with eye cancer since she joined the The New York Eye Cancer Center in 2001. Dr. Chin graduated from Cornell University and received her optometric training from the State University of New York College of Optometry with Phi Beta Kappa honors. In addition to completing an externship at The Lighthouse, International, Dr. Chin completed a residency in Ocular Disease and Low Vision at the West Haven Veterans Medical Center and Eastern Blind Rehabilitation Center.
Dr. Chin has authored and co-authored over 30 peer-reviewed articles in major optometry and ophthalmology journals. She has lectured to residents about the diagnosis and management of eye cancer as well as presented research at internationally-recognized optometry and ophthalmology meetings.