Patient Info

Your care and comfort are the major priority to our staff. Although qualifications of our staff are most important, equally important is coordinating a staff of cheerful, caring professionals. Steve Spector, M.D. has carefully and personally selected the professionals that will serve you, including our operating room staff which includes Operating Room Technicians, Registered Nurses, Anesthesiologist and other trained professionals that are board-certified and educated in the latest, most up-to-date eye surgery.

Dr. Spector and his staff team.


We will cooperate with you in handling your insurance as it relates to your needs. All of our surgeons and anesthesiologist cooperate with medicare, blue cross, blue shield, and commercial insurance plans. Any questions regarding our fees and billing policies can be discussed with our office manager.


Should you find you’re faced with an emergency or unusual problem, please call the office as early as possible. Every effort will be made to see you the same day.


Dr. Steve S. Spector has been internationally recognized for his humanity work around the world.  Volunteering his time and services in many needy places around the world. Dr. Spector’s philosophy is “I have an opportunity to make a difference in people’s lives and it’s time for me to give back. I feel if everybody gave a little bit of themselves to the people around them, the world will be a much better place.”


Local LASIK Surgeon Recognized: 2008 U.S. Top 50 Surgeon 

Top Announcement Press Release 2009
For Immediate Release
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West Palm Beach Florida – March 31, 2009 – Dr. Steve S. Spector a leading LASIK surgeon has been distinguished as a 2008 Top 50 Surgeon in the U.S. by Sightpath Medical. The surgeon was chosen from more than hundreds of surgeons nationwide.


A determined son, a generous doctor help her to see again By Phil Galewitz 

Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
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Marilyn Rosen woke up in February 2006 unable to see clearly. Her vision was clouded by cataracts caused by diabetes. For most people, cataracts are not a big deal and easily corrected in a simple outpatient procedure. But Rosen, 63, didn’t have health insurance and couldn’t afford the $6,000 procedure to restore her vision. As Rosen spent month after month searching for help, her vision steadily worsened. It got so bad, she could no longer drive and had to severely reduce her work doing medical transcription for doctors.