Contact Lens Experts at Mid Atlantic Cornea
Good vision is too important to take for granted. At our office, the health of your eyes and helping you see better are our main concerns.
In addition to complex medical and soft contact lens fitting, we are able to provide you with comprehensive eye examinations to not only correct refractive errors, but also detect underlying vision problems. Through comprehensive examinations, our optometrists can discover a developing eye condition and begin treatment right away – often before it severely affects your vision.
The health of your eyes is our top priority. Please contact us if you have any questions, need additional information, or wish to schedule an appointment.
Meet our Experts!
Dr. Sarah L. Bell, O.D.
Dr. Bell is our optometrist and contact lens specialist in York, PA. She accepts patients by referral for fitting of specialty contact lenses for keratoconus and corneal irregularity, as well as the medical treatment and management of corneal disease. By using specialty contact lenses to rehabilitate a diseased ocular surface, Dr. Bell can provide better vision and better corneal health to patients who suffer a wide array of corneal diseases such as limbal stem cell deficiency, graft vs host disease, corneal scarring and many others.
Dr. Sarah L. Bell is a residency trained ocular disease and low vision optometrist, trained at the Lebanon VA Medical Center in Lebanon, PA. She completed her undergraduate studies in Biological Sciences at the University of Delaware and completed her Doctorate of Optometry at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry, graduating with clinical honors in 2012.
Her clinical experience includes working with the Penn State Hershey Medical Center Ophthalmology Clinic; the Lebanon VA Medical Center, Douglas J. Lavenburg, M.D., P.A. in Newark, DE; contact lens specialist Dr. Paul Klein in Fort Lauderdale, FL, the Detroit VA Medical Center, the Optometric Institute and Clinic of Metro Detroit, and the Naval Branch Health Clinic in Groton, CT.
Dr. Bell practices with a special interest in the medical treatment and management of ocular disease, as well as specialty contact lens fitting for keratoconus and corneal irregularity.
Dr. Christine Luzuriaga, M.Sc., O.D., F.A.A.O is an optometrist in our York, PA and Towson, MD locations. She has over ten years of experience in treating ocular diseases and fitting specialty contact lenses.
She graduated as a Calhoun Honors Scholar from Clemson University in 2006 with a degree in public health sciences. She then attended The New England College of Optometry in Boston, MA, where she completed a dual degree program receiving a Masters of Science in Vision Sciences and a Doctorate of Optometry, graduating in 2010. Dr. Luzuriaga then expanded her training in ocular disease during a residency program at the Baltimore Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Thereafter, she completed the rigorous requirements to become a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry.
Dr. Luzuriaga views each patient as a unique individual who deserves to be respected and have their concerns heard. She enjoys working alongside patients to develop a treatment plan that works for their specific needs and within their lifestyle. To this end, she consistently pursues continuing education opportunities so that she can provide the best care possible. Although she enjoys treating most eye conditions, she has specific interests in treating dry eye, Fuch's dystrophy, keratoconus, uveitis, glaucoma, and fitting specialty contact lenses.