Greg Budoff, M.D.

Greg Budoff, MD grew up in Princeton, NJ and received his undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. He went to medical school and obtained his residency training in New Jersey at Rutgers University, where he was chosen by the faculty to serve as Chief Resident. Dr. Budoff completed a two-year fellowship in vitreoretinal surgery and medical retinal disease at the world-renowned UCLA – Jules Stein Eye Institute in Los Angeles, CA – a leading training institution in the world of ophthalmology. He is well-trained to manage all vitreoretinal diseases, but has a particular interest in complicated retinal detachments, diabetic retinopathy and macular edema, age-related macular degeneration, and secondary intraocular lens surgeries.

Board certified in ophthalmology, he is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and American Society of Retina Specialists. Dr. Budoff is a frequent presenter at national conferences and has authored many peer-reviewed manuscripts and textbook chapters.

What Dr. Budoff enjoys most about his career is building and maintaining long-term relationships with his patients which was what inspired his pursuit of medicine years ago.

Dr. Budoff is currently accepting patients at the following locations:

80 Shunpike Road
Cromwell, CT 06416
(860) 788-6569
85 Freshwater Boulevard
Enfield CT 06082
Phone: (860) 741-4300
5 Two Mile Road
Farmington CT 06032
Phone: (860) 409-7800
Hartford (Woodland Street)
43 Woodland Street, Suite 100
Hartford, CT 06105
Phone: (860) 527-9020
191 Main Street
Manchester, CT 06042
Phone: (860) 646-7704

Dr. Budoff has earned the following distinctions:

Awards & Distinctions:
Inaugural ASRS Fellows’ Debate Participant
Alfonse Cinotti Award for Exceptional Ophthalmology Resident
Chief Resident, Rutgers University
Academic Excellence Award
Golden Apple Award Nominee
Best Poster Presentation, New York Academy of Medicine
Edward Panek Scholarship
Department of Chemistry Summer Research Scholarship
Dean’s List, University of Wisconsin