Welcome to the Irondequoit location of Reed Eye Associates, a six location Ophthalmology practice. We occupy the entire top floor of our three story building, which is located on Ridge Road between Portland and Goodman. Ophthalmologists Ronald Reed, MD and Alan Bloom, MD, along with our optometrists, opticians, and staff, strive to offer you an unparalleled vision care experience, from the first time you call our office until the end of your visit. We want to offer you the ultimate in caring and quality eye care.
Meet Our Irondequoit Location Doctors
We have 5 optometrists and 2 Medical Doctors on staff to help meet all your optical needs
Dr Reed received his bachelor degree in mathematics from Colgate University, his medical degree from the University of Connecticut. He did extensive medical research in the areas of control of brain blood flow, stroke therapy and endotoxin shock. He remains the only medical student ever invited to be the guest speaker to the Society of University Surgeons. He developed a technique to measure blood brain flow. He was asked by Dr. DeBakey, the noted heart surgeon, to share his work with their research team. He was the guest of National Public Radio and Radio-Free Europe. His work is published in Journal of Neurosurgery, Journal of Surgery, Surgery Gynecology and Obstetrics and textbook “Thyroid”. Dr. Reed practiced Emergency Room Medicine for 2 years. Dr. Reed was an Ophthalmology Resident at the world renowned Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia. He was the recipient of the James Slipman Award for outstanding research at Wills Eye Hospital.
Reed Eye Associates Founder and Medical Director, Dr. Ronald Reed has earned a reputation for excellence as one of the nation’s leading cataract and lens replacement surgeons, performing over 25,000 cataract surgeries. Dr. Reed has taught cataract surgery around the world.
Dr. Reed was born in New York City. He has lived the majority of his life in Rochester. Having raised three children, he and his wife Krista reside in Rochester with their two Havanese dogs, Carlos and Tomas.
Alan F. Bloom, MD
Alan F. Bloom, MD received his undergraduate degree from Yale University in 1979 and his medical degree from Yale University School of Medicine in 1983. He completed his residency in Ophthalmology at the New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center in 1987. He has been a partner at Reed Eye Associates since 1987.
Dr. Bloom specializes in cataract surgery, laser treatments, and medical eye care. He has performed over 24,000 cataract surgeries since joining Reed Eye Associates.
In his free time, Dr. Bloom is an avid cyclist and golfer. When he’s not stuck in a sand trap or searching for a lost ball in the woods, he is generally out fly fishing, and has recently published a fishing short story in “Gray’s Sporting Journal”.
Patricia Weisenreder, OD
Patricia Weisenreder, OD, attended Rockford College in Illinois, followed by SUNY College of Optometry in Manhattan. Although she has a special interest in children’s vision, her patients range from under one year of age to over ninety.
Dr. Weisenreder, grew up in the Buffalo area and currently resides in Webster. In between work and family activities, she tries to sneak in a good book, a crossword puzzle, or a creative project.
Craig Willoth, OD graduated with a Doctor of Optometry from Ohio State University in 1968 and has done graduate work at St. John Fisher toward an MBA. He served as captain and clinic director in the Air Force at McDill AFB. He was in a private group practice for twenty-nine years before joining Reed Eye Associates fifteen years ago.
Dr Willoth is a past president of the Rochester Optometric Society and the New York State Optometric Association. He is a member of the American Optometric Association serving on and chairing numerous committees, project teams and commissions. He is a past member and chairman of the New York State Education Department, State Board of Optometry. He is a charter member of the Contact Lens section of the AOA.
Dr. Willoth resides in Ontario, NY. He is married with two daughters and three grandchildren. He and his wife enjoy travel with recent trips to Europe, Egypt,China and South America. He enjoys wine and gourmet dining.
Dr. Willoth cares for patients at the Irondequoit location except Fridays, where you will find him at the Sodus location.
Dino J. D'Onofrio, OD, FAAO
Dino D’Onofrio, OD, began the practice of Optometry in 1978 after earning both his Bachelors in Science and Doctor of Optometry cum laude from the Illinois College of Optometry.
At ICO, he was inducted into Beta Sigma Kappa and Tomb and Key Honor Fraternities. There, he also served as a clinical teaching assistant and a tutor and was a member of the Council on Ethics and Advancement of Professionalism and the Omega Epsilon Phi Professional Optometry Fraternity. In 1985 he was inducted into the American Academy of Optometry as a Fellow. Additionally, he has been a member of the American Optometric Association for over 30 years and has served as both secretary and board member of the Rochester Optometric Society. Throughout his career he has conducted research and lectured as a clinical investigator for various contact lens manufacturers.
Dr. D’Onofrio is married to his high school sweetheart, Karen. They reside in Webster and they have one daughter, Kristen. Dr. D'Onofrio enjoys music of all genres but it particularly fond of jazz. He enjoys and occasional round of golf and is an avid fan of the Buffalo Bills, New York Yankees, and Syracuse Orangemen.
Dr. D'Onofrio cares for patients at the Irondequoit location.
James Crable, OD
James Crable, OD has practiced Optometry in the Rochester area since 1987. He has been with Reed Eye Associates from 1995 t0 2001 practicing at the Sodus and Pittsford locations. Dr. Crable returned to Reed Eye Associates in July 2010 and is seeing patients at the Sodus and Irondequoit locations. He provides eye health exams, contact lens care, treatment of ocular disease and postoperative care.
Dr. Crable earned his BA in Zoology from SUNY Oswego in 1979. He received his Doctor of Optometry degree from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in 1983. After completing his degree he served in the US Army Reserves and retired from the Reserves in 2006.
Dr. Crable is a member of the American Optometric Association, New York State Optometric Association and the Rochester Optometric Society.
Kimberly Rosati, OD
Kimberly Rosati, OD, has always had a passion for optometry since a young age. Having multiple family members who were legally blind quickly taught her the importance of eyesight.
Dr. Rosati attended the State University of New York at Binghamton where she graduated with a degree in Biological Sciences with honors. Dr. Rosati went on to optometry school at the State University of New York College of optometry where she completed two externships in upstate New York, one at the Syracuse Veterans hospital and the other in Rochester at the Association for the blind and Visually Impaired (ABVI). Dr. Rosati was inducted into the optometric honor society Beta Sigma Kappa as well. After optometry school, Dr. Rosati completed her residency at the West Haven Veterans hospital in ocular pathology and low vision.
Dr. Rosati currently resides in Rochester, NY. In her spare time, Dr. Rosati enjoys spending time with her family, playing piano and traveling.