Dr. Mark Hornfeld
New York City-based ophthalmologist offers complete eye examinations and counseling on vision ailments. Call to schedule an appointment today at (646) 681-3100.
646.681.3100

Contact Dr. Mark Hornfeld

The health of your eyes affects your comfort and quality of everyday life. Dr. Mark Hornfeld is an ophthalmologist specializing in LASIK eye surgery, glaucoma management, and other forms of corrective eye surgery near New York. Call our office today at (212) 580-8881 to find out more about our state-of-the-art treatment options or to schedule an eye exam.

Address:

125 West 79th Street

New York, NY 10024

Phone Number:

(212) 580-8881

Driving Directions
From Queens, take Grand Central Pkwy. toward the Triboro Bridge and continue onto I-278 E. Take exit 45 to continue onto the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge. Exit for 2nd Ave. and keep right, following signs for Harlem River Dr. N/126th St. Turn left onto E 126th St., then turn left onto Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd. just after Malcolm X Blvd. In 0.5 miles, turn right onto W 116th St., then take your first left onto Frederick Douglass Blvd. When you reach the traffic circle, take the second exit for Central Park West, continuing 0.7 miles before turning right onto W 97th St. Take your first left onto Columbus Ave, then turn right in 0.9 miles onto W 79th St. to find us on your left in approximately 300 feet.

From North Bergen, take NJ-63 N/Bergen Blvd. north; in 3.7 miles, keep left and follow signs for I-95 N/Washington Bridge. Continue onto US-1 N/US-9 N and then onto George Washington Bridge/I-95 Lower Level N/US-1 Lower Level N. Take exit 1 on the left and keep left, following signs for NY-9A/Henry Hudson Pkwy. Merge onto NY-9A S via the ramp, later merging onto Henry Hudson Pkwy. Exit toward 79th St./Boat Basin in 4.3 miles; at the traffic circle, take your second exit onto W 79th St. to find Dr. Mark Hornfeld on the left between Amsterdam Ave. and Columbus Ave.

What's Nearby

American Museum of Natural History

Central Park

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

Columbia University

Europeans first visited the New York area in 1524 and later began settling the area in 1609. By 1664, the English gained control over the colony, naming it New York. The city's location was of great strategic importance during the American Revolutionary War and New York later served as the national capital between 1789 and 1790.

Throughout American history, New York has continued to grow in size and renown. Today, it is one of the most famous cities in the world and the most populous city in America, home to nearly 8.5 million residents. Among its many famous landmarks are Central Park, the Empire State Building, Times Square, and the Museum of Modern Art.

New York Public Resources

City of New York

Metropolitan Transportation Authority

New York City Department of Education

New-York Historical Society

Hours:

  • Closed Sunday
  • 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday
  • 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM Tuesday
  • 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Wednesday
  • 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM Thursday
  • 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM Friday
  • 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM Saturday