We're dedicated to providing the very highest in eye care. Our team of doctors, technicians, opticians, and support team will work to treat our patients with dignity and respect; supply dependable and courteous service; communicate clearly and honestly; protect patient confidentiality; and gain our patients' trust.

Contact Details

  City Great Barrington, MA
  Zip Code 01230
  Address 324 Stockbridge Rd
  Phone Number (413) 528-8848

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Berkshire Eye Center in Great Barrington has relocated! Our new address is 409 Stockbridge Road (just south of the Holiday Inn on Route 7). Our new, modern, state-of-the-art facility now offers full service eye care with the latest in diagnostic equipment
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HEV or Blue Light is harmful to the eye. Studies show that prolonged exposure to blue light may cause retinal damage and contribute to age-related macular degeneration, which can lead to loss of vision. Exposure to blue light may also disrupt your sleep
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We are please to announce that Dr. Joseph Gold and Dr. Diane Singer will be joining our practice.
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This week is Ophthalmic Technician Appreciation Week. At Berkshire Eye Center we know that Ophthalmic Technicians are some of the hardest working professionals in ophthalmology. This week we are proud to honor all of our ophthalmic technicians for your
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Help us help our community! Berkshire Eye Center in Valatie, NY is having a one day benefit sale/show on Thursday, October 8th. A portion of the frame revenue generated from the show will be donated to the Ichabod Crane Backpack program. This program
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Berkshire Eye Center is pleased to welcome Marcin M. Zygawski, MD, to our practice. As a medical and surgical Ophthalmologist, Marcin Zygawski, MD, FACS, specializes in comprehensive ophthalmology and eye surgery, including no-stitch cataract surgery,
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Berkshire Eye Center is a proud supporter of Soldier On. Chuck and Marvin(pictured in the left) are two of many veterans that have been supported by Soldier On. Our veterans, both past and present have done so much for this country and the world. We are
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Don't worry! We stand behind everything we make at Berkshire Eye Center with our 100% satisfaction guarantee.
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From Our Website

When making an appointment with us over the phone, please be sure to have all of your insurance information available at the time you book your appointment. We will need the name of your insurance carrier, your ID number, the primary cardholder's date of birth and social security number and your contact/demographic information. If you are calling to schedule an appointment for a family member, you will need to make sure you have all of their current information for their insurance and demographics as well.

My philosophy is to treat one patient at a time. This entails a doctor to listen, give meticulous attention to detail, and utilize the latest state of the art technology available in order to provide the best treatment for both medical and surgical conditions of the eye. High quality health care develops from the cultivation of the doctor patient relationship. After over a decade of practicing ophthalmology away from the Berkshires, I decided to come back to raise my family and had the privilege of joining Berkshire Eye Center.

There is an easier way to pay for your vision care including LASIK. We're pleased to accept the CareCredit credit card, North America's leading patient healthcare financing program. CareCredit lets you begin your procedure immediately - then pay for it over time with monthly payments that fit easily into your monthly budget. Whether you're considering LASIK, need cataract surgery, or it's simply time for new glasses or contacts, CareCredit can help you see clearer, sooner. CareCredit is the credit card exclusively designed for healthcare services.

All of our Ophthalmologists perform cataract surgery for our patients. We provide "no stitch" cataract surgery using topical anesthesia "no needle" "no eye patch" in our state of the art Ambulatory Surgical Center. Except for unusual situations, a cataract operation is indicated only when you cannot function satisfactorily due to decreased vision caused by the cataract. After your doctor has told you that you have a cataract, you and your doctor are the only ones who can determine if or when you should have a cataract operation, based upon your own visual needs and medical considerations.

The material contained on this site is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider.