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Accepting New Patients Near Toms River, Brick, Manchester, Stafford & Throughout New Jersey

Please call our Toms River location at (732) 349-5622 for the quickest response time as we have limited staff in the office due to COVID-19.

Susskind & Almallah Eye Associates welcomes patients throughout Monmouth County and nearby areas of New Jersey to our office in Manalapan. Call 732-972-1015 to schedule your LASIK or vision care consultation!

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Susskind & Almallah Eye Associates
74 Plaza 9,
Manalapan Township,
New Jersey
07726
Office Hours
Monday: 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Wednesday: 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Thursday: 10:00 am - 6:30 pm

Located at the intersection of route 9 North and route 520 just across the street (route 9) from Lowes Home Improvement, Manalapan Township, NJ (Englishtown/Marlboro areas).

Susskind & Almallah Eye Associates office in Manalapan Township is centrally located between Freehold, home of Freehold Raceway Park and Oldbridge Township where you can enjoy a day at the races as well at Wall Township Speedway. If you enjoy History,Monmouth Battlefield Park is just west of Freehold Raceway. No greater taste than a bagel with cream cheese or lox can be found at Bagel Time Deli at the corner of route 9 and Union Hill Rd.

The Focus Center (Toms River location) is open every Saturday from 8:30 am until 12:00 noon.  We also offer evening appointments as well Monday through Thursday until 7:00 pm.  Please call for an appointment.  If you must cancel an appointment, please let us know as soon as possible.

Whenever you make an appointment, inform the receptionist as to the nature of your visit. Emergency cases will almost always receive immediate attention. Urgent cases are also given a very high priority. Routine eye examinations will be scheduled accordingly.

Our physicians understand that waiting can be frustrating, and so make every effort to see you at the appointed time. However, please understand that emergencies can and do occur in ophthalmology, as they do in every branch of medicine, and that the unexpected can disrupt even the most carefully planned schedule.