Dr. Iuri S. Golubev, MD - Hicksville, NY - Ophthalmology Open Now

Dr. Iuri S. Golubev, MD

Hicksville, NY 11801 (1 other location)
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(516) 740-1156

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  • On-time appointments
  • Good bedside manner

About Iuri S. Golubev MD

Dr. Iuri S. Golubev, MD is a health care provider primarily located in Hicksville, NY, with another office in Islandia, NY. He has 17 years of experience. His specialties include Ophthalmology. Dr. Golubev is affiliated with North Shore Syosset Hospital. He speaks English, Russian, Romanian and Spanish.


Dr. Iuri S. Golubev has 2 locations

Retina Group of New York

400 S Oyster Bay Rd Ste 305 Hicksville, NY 11801

Retina Group of New York

1455 Veterans Memorial Hwy Islandia, NY 11749


Dr. Iuri S. Golubev has the following specialty


17 Years Experience

State Univ Of Medicine And Pharmacy Nicolae Testemitanu Fac Of Med

Graduated in 2006

Insurance Plans Accepted by Dr. Iuri S. Golubev

  • Most Insurance Plans Accepted

More about Dr. Iuri S. Golubev

Iuri Golubev, M.D. joins the Retina Group of New York after six years as a top-rated retinal specialist in Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico.  Dr. Golubev, a Board Certified Ophthalmologist, Fellow of the American  Academy of Ophthalmology and member of the American Society of Retinal Specialists,  brings tremendous retinal expertise to Long Island.

His training included a two year Vitreoretinal Surgery Fellowship at the prestigious LSU, New Orleans, Louisiana program and a three year ophthalmology residency at Indiana University, Indianapolis, Indiana. In addition, his Surgical Internship was at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida.   Dr. Golubev also completed a two year Research Fellowship in electrophysiology at  the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, Miami, Florida, the number one ophthalmology program in the U.S.

In addition to his comprehensive  experience treating vitreous, retina and macula diseases, he has expertise in uveitis and unusual ocular problems.  He has a special interest in the evolving field of hereditary and genetic retinal diseases and has presented his work to the  American Society of Retinal Surgeons.  He is an avid marathon runner and fisherman and is fluent in English, Spanish,  Russian and Romanian languages.