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Dr. Amanda Gerrouge, OD

Optometrist

Professional statement

Dr. Amanda Gerrouge attended the Salus University, Pennsylvania College of Optometry, where she received her degree in optometry. She completed her undergraduate education at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Gerrouge chose to pursue a residency in pediatric and binocular vision at the Salus University, Pennsylvania College of Optometry. Currently, she serves the community of New York, NY. She attends to patients at Cutler and Gross. She is a renowned optometrist. Dr. Gerrouge is renowned for providing thorough attention and care for the treatment of a host of conditions, which include eye fatigue, difficulty focusing on near objects/presbyopia, lazy eyes, astigmatism, and short-sightedness/myopia. She has received many optometric honors such as the Good-Lite pediatric award. Dr. Gerrouge is enthusiastic and detail-oriented in conducting patient needs assessments, as well as in providing accurate results and recommendations for the development of appropriate patient treatment. She enjoys getting to know her patients and looks forward to developing lifelong relationships with them.

Specialties

  • Optometrist

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Education and training

  • Salus University, Pennsylvania College of Optometry, Doctor of Optometry
  • University of Pittsburgh (Bachelor's)

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Languages spoken

  • English

Provider's gender

Female

NPI number

1053795922

Office locations

Cutler and Gross

110 Mercer St

New York, NY 10012

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Went to Cutler and Gross on a referral by a friend, and I could not be any happier... Dr. Amanda Gerrouge was lovely, knowledgeable, and provided the most thorough eye exam I've ever had. She realized I had prior trauma tomy left eye as a child, when other Doctors have never noticed or even asked. She allowed me to trial my prescription in a tester frame around the office to see if it was to my comfort level. I'm very excited to pick up my first pair of progressive lenses next week!
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