amk_headshotcropped1Dr. Kozarsky is one of the leading corneal, cataract, and vision correction specialists in the country, and was selected by Atlanta Magazine as the best ophthalmologist in Atlanta. He was also voted by his peers to be listed in the Best Doctors in America. He is head of the cornea division at Eye Consultants of Atlanta, Inc., a large multispecialty practice in Atlanta, GA, where he specializes in corneal transplants, anterior segment diseases, cataract surgery, and refractive surgery.

He has performed refractive, corneal transplant, and cataract surgery for over twenty five years, and was selected to be the Medical Monitor for the Summit Omnimed LASIK clinical trial study. Dr. Kozarsky is now the Medical Director for Piedmont Better Vision, a cooperative venture refractive practice between Piedmont Hospital and physicians from Eye Consultants of Atlanta.

Dr. Kozarsky received his MD degree from Albert Einstein University in 1978, and went on to complete his ophthalmology residency at Albert Einstein University in 1982. He completed a clinical fellowship in cornea and anterior segment surgery at the Emory University School of Medicine in 1984, prior to joining the Emory Faculty as the Director of Residency Training and Postgraduate Education. In 1987 he joined Eye Consultants of Atlanta, Inc. where he has developed one of the largest private cornea practices in the country.

In addition to his private practice, he is currently Medical Director of the Georgia Eye Bank, where he also serves as a member of the Board of Directors. He has flown at least once per year to Honduras since 1994 to provide humanitarian ophthalmology outreach.

Dr. Kozarsky has published over 30 articles and lectured throughout the United States and Latin America, and is currently a reviewer for many ophthalmology journals.

Dr. Kozarsky has a special interest in aviation and its interface with vision correction procedures. He is an avid multiengine/ instrument pilot. In fact, flying is probably his greatest love next to his wife Julie and his three children, Caroline, Eliot, and Aaron.