MOSCOT Eyecare

Click one of the Locations to Request an Appointment:

Court Street

Orchard Street

West 14th Street

Chelsea Market




MOSCOT Eyecare, the medical eye health division of MOSCOT, is a full service vision care practice. From vision examinations for corrective lenses (eyeglasses and contacts) to sophisticated eye health assessments including early cataract and glaucoma detection, MOSCOT Eyecare offers a wide array of specialized exams using the latest technology available for the most accurate diagnosis of a full range of medical eye conditions and maladies.

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The MOSCOT Mobileyes Foundation’s mission is to preserve sight and improve lives by providing free medical eyecare and prescription eyewear to those in need. For many of these men, woman, and children, our help marks the first time in their lives they will experience corrected vision, enabling them to learn in school, gain employment, or care for themselves and their families. You can help us fulfill our mission to help others by donating to our cause. Your contribution will make an immediate difference.

The MOSCOT Mobileyes Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non profit organization. Your donation is tax deductible.

Please contact Customer Service at 212-647-1550 to make a donation.

What types of eye examinations and medical eyecare services do you offer?

Our doctors of Optometry will work closely with you to ensure you have a full understanding of your vision conditions and needs.MOSCOT Eyecare provides a full range of comprehensive eye care services including: Annual Comprehensive Eye Examinations; Dilated Fundus Exams (DFE); First Time and Existing Contact Lens Patient Examinations; Dry Eye Examinations; Glaucoma Work Up Examinations; Ocular Damage from Diabetes and Hypertension Examinations; Emergency Examinations; and Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) Exams.

Are your doctors licensed?

Yes, all of our doctors are Therapeutic Licensed Doctors of Optometry in New York State, with privileges to prescribe prescription eye drops.

How long does an eye exam take?

The length of an eye exam depends on the type of exam, and whether or not your eyes are dilated. Please contact us for more information.

Do I need an appointment?

Yes, appointments are strongly encouraged. However, we will take walk-ins if the schedule allows, or if you have an emergency.

MOSCOT has three locations in which you can make appointments and be seen by one of our specialists.

Click one of the Locations to Request an Appointment:

Court Street

Orchard Street

West 14th Street

Chelsea Market

How do I make an appointment?

To schedule an appointment, or for more information, please contact a MOSCOT Patient Coordinator by calling 1.866.MOSCOTS (1.866.667.2687).

What type of insurance do you accept?

Beginning June 1st, 2017, MOSCOT will be an Out-of-Network VSP provider. Out-of-Network VSP Benefits will be accepted for eye examinations and you will only be responsible for your customary copay and contact lens evaluation fees (same as before-no change). As an Out-of-Network VSP provider we will extend 25-35% off our retail pricing for a complete pair of prescription eyeglasses purchased in person at one of our NYC Shops.

You may use your FSA (Flexible Spending Account) or HSA (Health Savings Account) cards to make online purchases.

We are also Out-of-Network providers for other vision/insurance plans and will happily provide you with a detailed examination receipt (with diagnosis codes) to submit to your specific plan for reimbursement.

Do I have to return for a Contact Lens Follow-Up Exam?

We strongly recommend you return for a follow-up exam because improperly fitting lenses may feel ok to the wearer, but can cause long-term ocular issues and problems. A follow–up exam ensures you have the most comfortable, best fitting, and healthiest lenses available specifically for your eyes. A follow-up exam is mandatory for first time contact lens patients.

How often should I have Comprehensive Eye Exam? What about a Contact Lens Exam?

In general we recommend a Comprehensive Eye Exam every

12 – 24 months. However, depending on your situation (e.g. family history of eye disease, past history of problems, etc.), and/or if you wear eyeglasses, and/or if you are over the age of 40, we recommend a Comprehensive Eye Exam every 12 months. Contact lenses wearers should have a Contact Lens Exam every year.

How long will it take to get my new glasses or contacts?

It depends on the prescription and frame ordered, but most glasses are available in one hour to same day. Contact lens patients receive a free trial pair during the exam, and their contact lens order within a week.


  • Dr. Harvey Moscot, Optometrist

    Dr. Moscot, Director of MOSCOT Eyecare, is a fourth generation Moscot. He received his Doctorate of Optometry from the New England College of Optometry with honors, and membership in the Phi Betta Kappa Honor Society. Dr. Moscot received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Boston University, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. In 2008, Dr. Moscot spearheaded the formation of The MOSCOT Mobileyes Foundation (, and was rewarded The 2010 New York State Optometric Association’s Public Service Award by his peers.

  • Dr. Katelyn Rogerson, Optometrist

    Dr. Katelyn Rogerson is a licensed optometrist practicing primary care optometry at MOSCOT Eyecare. She has a special interest in contact lenses and ocular surface disease including dry eye and ocular allergies. Dr. Rogerson received her Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Sciences from University of Denver in 2005 and a Doctorate of Optometry from Illinois College of Optometry in 2009. Prior to joining the MOSCOT team in 2010, she completed rotations at the Brooklyn VA Hospital, Dishler Laser Institute of Denver, and the Illinois Eye Institute.

  • Dr. Sara Dawson

    Dr. Sara Dawson received her Doctorate of Optometry at the SUNY College of Optometry in New York City, with internship training rotations at USMA West Point and Northport VA Hospital. She specializes in family practice optometry including pediatrics, fitting and management of contact lenses, and the diagnosis and treatment of ocular pathology. She is also certified in the treatment and management of ocular disease, and is licensed in the use of diagnostic and therapeutic medications. Dr. Dawson is a member of the New York State Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association. In her free time, she enjoys running, reading, trying new restaurants, and travelling.