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Dr. Stacy Zubkousky earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Central Florida, graduating cum laude from the Burnett Honors College. She completed her Doctor of Optometry degree at the New England College of Optometry. There she dedicated her time to Beta Kappa Sigma Honors Society, Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity and received the Presidential Scholarship for academic achievement. She gained experience during her externships at Boston Medical Center, Veterans Affairs Hospital Boston, and The Eye Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University in China.  She completed her residency in Primary Care with emphasis in Cornea and Contact Lens at Nova Southeastern University. During her residency, Dr. Zubkousky lectured on specialty contact lens fitting and ocular surface disease management.

Following residency, Dr. Zubkousky established and developed the contact lens department at the world-renowned Bascom Palmer Eye Institute. There she fit specialty contact lenses on patients with a variety of conditions ranging from keratoconus to advanced dry eye disease. Dr. Zubkousky’s main clinical interests include anterior segment disease and specialty contact lenses including scleral contact lenses. She is a proud fellow of the Scleral Lens Society. Her goal is to make sure every patient feels heard, understood and is given the best and most effective treatment plans available. When not in clinic, Dr. Zubkousky enjoys kayaking and spending time with her nephew, fiancé and dog, Maggie.