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We've Expanded

Our Herkimer office has now doubled in size!

A much needed expansion is now complete at our Herkimer office, with more space for new technology, as well as a larger optical area. Read all about it in the Herkimer Times Telegram and the Country Editor, or online at



Wadas Eye made the top three in the 2019 Best of Best Awards!

Drs. Matthew Wadas and Amanda Scalise attended the Observer Dispatch's Best of the Best dinner at SUNY Polytechnic Institute's Wildcat Field House. This annual event showcases the very best our area has to offer and Wadas Eye made it there thanks to YOU! 

August 2019



Dr. Matthew Wadas is named Lion of the Year

Dr. Wadas was the recipient of this award due to his lead role in putting together a school vision screening manual that was distributed to the administration and nursing staff of the Holland Patent, Poland and Remsen school districts. 

June 2019


UC ALumni

The Wadas kids have their eyes on success

An article discussing their path to Optometry as well as the "family business" was featured in the spring issue of the Utica College Alumni Magazine. See the full article here.

May 2019

Wadas Optician

Hats off to our graduate

The youngest Wadas sibling graduates 

William Wadas has completed his degree in Ophthalmic Dispensing at Erie Community College.. He has returned to the area and will join the Whitesboro office as a licensed optician.

May 2019

Murcray Wadas

Welcome Dr. murcray patients

Wadas Eye acquires St. Johnsville practice

Longtime St. Johnsville Optometrist, Dr. Craig Murcray, has decided to retire but has left his patients in good hands with Dr. Matthew Wadas and our Herkimer office staff. Drs. Murcray and Wadas have worked together to make sure his patients weren't left without quality eye care far from home.

March 2019

Wadas CABVI Low vision

Dr. Kimberly Wadas joins the cabvi

Dr. Wadas featured in CABVI Focus newsletter

Dr. Kimberly Wadas has joined the staff at the Central Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (CABVI) as their certified Low Vision specialist. She will help patients maximize their vision to improve their quality of life and daily activities.

February 2019

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