Refer a Patient to BFS

Refer a Patient for BostonSight® PROSE

Learn more about PROSE treatment!

To refer a patient to Boston Foundation for Sight, Needham, MA, please fill out our Physician Referral Form and fax it along with your last note to the attention of New Patient Affairs at 781-726-7311 or emailed to doctorinquiries@bostonsight.org.

To refer a patient for BostonSight PROSE treatment at one of our US Provider clinics, please click here.

For emergency patient referrals please call our Physician Referral Hotline: 781-726-6033.
This line is reserved for medical professionals only.

For all other inquiries from medical professionals please contact
Gillian Fontana, New Patient Affairs Coordinator, at 781-726-7438 or visit www.bostonsight.org/contact to send an email. Please note this phone line is for medical professionals only.

In 2011 almost 80% of patients treated with PROSE at BFS were covered by insurance and/or financial assistance.

For many of the thousands of patients with conditions such as Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS), ocular chronic graft versus host disease (GVHD), dry eye syndrome, Sjogren’s syndrome, keratoconus, pellucid marginal degeneration, ocular trauma, or post- LASIK, or post- transplant dry eye or poor vision, PROSE can be the ideal, and sometimes only, treatment capable of restoring vision and dramatically reducing symptoms such as eye pain, blurry vision and light sensitivity.

"Patient-centered care starts with considering the patient as a whole person: values, beliefs, cultural Dr. Carrasquillo hugs a patient and his mothersensibilities, and personal situation. All of these become an integral part of clinical decision making—ultimately treating every patient not as a number or a statistic, but with the care, dignity, and compassion that they deserve.”
— Dr. Karen Carrasquillo

You Believed in Me

I am truly as impressed by the people at BFS as I am by the treatment you provide. While PROSE has opened my eyes to the world again, BFS has opened my heart and renewed my faith in the medical community...read more