Meet Our Doctors
Randi Freed OD, MS
Dr. Randi Freed Graduated from Syracuse University and Fairleigh Dickenson University with a degree in Clinical Pathology. She received her Masters in Microbiology and Chemistry from Fairleigh Dickenson University. She received her Doctor of Optometry in 1993 from Pennsylvania College of Optometry.
Dr. Freed is credited with medical research and has published numerous medical articles. Dr Freed is currently investigating the effect of new pharmaceuticals and cataract formation in human test subjects. She taught Biology at William Paterson College and is an Adjunct Professor.
Dr. Freed works closely with our affiliated surgeons and specialists to assure excellent outcomes for all our patients. Contact us today if you have any questions!
Dr. Freed is a member of The American Optometric Association, The New Jersey Society of Optometric Physicians, and The American Society of Clinical Pathologists.
John D. Barbato, O.D.
Dr. Barbato joined the practice in 1999. He graduated from LeMoyne College in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry, and Pennsylvania College of Optometry in 1994 with a Doctor of Optometry Degree. His clinical training was completed at The Eye Institute in Philadelphia and The VA Hospital in Allentown.
Dr. Barbato has over 20 years of experience fitting specialty contact lenses and treating eye disease. Dr Barbato is currently a clinical investigator for the Zoster Eye Disease Study, or ZEDS, based out of NYU Langone in NYC. For more information click the link: med.nyu.edu/research/zoster-eye-disease-study/zoster-eye-disease-study
Dr. Barbato is dedicated to working in tandem with other physicians and surgeons on a daily basis to improve medical and surgical outcomes for our patients. He is a member of The New Jersey Society of Optometric Physicians and The American Optometric Association. Contact us today if you have any questions!
Nathan Freed, O.D.
Dr. Nathan Freed provided exceptional eyecare and served the community of Secaucus for over fifty years. He retired in 2001.