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GLEN K. GOODMAN, M.D. FACS and staff are proud to offer medical and surgical eyecare second to none in our state-of-the art facility in Milford . We welcome our many current patients and new patients who want the best eyecare for themselves and their loved ones.

Goodman Eye Medical & Surgical Center Services



The Cataract Surgery Center of Milford was founded by Glen K. Goodman, M.D., F.A.C.S. in 2009. It was a “vision” he had worked diligently towards for many years. He wanted to give his patients the best “Concierge, Cataract Care” possible. He envisioned having his own surgical suite where his cataract patients were individuals and not just another number, as we all know we are made to feel that way in any hospital setting, and without the risks of getting infections and other diseases.

The Cataract Surgery Center of Milford boasts all of the latest, high technology equipment and premium lenses. We are the first in Massachusetts to obtain the very highly accurate “fingerprinting” imaging of the eye; The Verion System.

The Verion System allows your surgeon to now customize every aspect of your cataract procedure. From the measurements taken prior to your surgery all the way through to receiving your new lens, every step of The Verion System procedure is tailored specifically to your eye, your vision goals and your lifestyle.

The Verion System works together with the high technology of the Centurion phacoimulsification and Leica microscope in the operating room where the “fingerprinting” image from The Verion System connects the patients information in real time. Since each eye is unique with their own “fingerprint”, there is no mistaken whose image belongs to whom.



Glen K. Goodman, M.D., F.A.C.S, Medical Director of The Cataract Surgery Center of Milford is pleased to announce the recent successful re­accreditation survey. “Our facility has met the stringent requirements for the American Association of Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities, AAAASF. AAAASF requires rigorous standards to be met in order to achieve accreditation”, Dr. Goodman states.

All accredited surgical centers must pass inspection of all practice standards in the following categories:

Dr. Goodman is especially proud of his ambulatory surgical center (ASC) management staff and wishes to especially thank Jacqueline Nardolillo, ASC Administrator, Teresa Bell, RN, Nurse Manager, and Julie McDonald, RN, Clinical Director, for working so hard to achieve this very rigorous re­accreditation. The surveyors commented that this was one of the easiest surveys that they have conducted and were very impressed with the high standards to which the center adheres.

Pictured from left to right; Julie McDonald, RN, Clinical Director, Jaqueline Nardolillo, ASC Administrator, Teresa Bell, RN, Nurse Manager

Surgeons, legislators, state, and national health agencies and patients acknowledge that AAAASF sets the “gold standard” for quality patient care.