Starting November 1st, all Spring House patients will be seen in our North Wales office at 1140 Welsh Road, Suite 220, North Wales, PA 19454
Jon Peet, MD, is a board-eligible comprehensive ophthalmologist & eye surgeon working with patients throughout Blue Bell, Hatboro, Bethlehem, and Levittown, Pennsylvania. Offering more than 11 years of experience, Dr. Peet currently treats patients at Ophthalmology Physicians & Surgeons, PC.
Dr. Peet’s passion for science and medicine began at the University of Pennsylvania, where he earned both a biology undergraduate degree and a biotechnology master’s degree. He went on to attend Temple University School of Medicine, becoming a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. During medical school, Dr. Peet was so well regarded that he received the prestigious Lamport Biomedical Research Award.
Before completing his ophthalmology training at the Scheie Eye Institute at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Peet interned at Lankenau Medical Center in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. Since starting his career, Dr. Peet has developed a broad range of research interests, from ophthalmologic imaging to value-based medicine. His strong research background drives him to stay current with the latest treatments and provide excellent patient care.
Dr. Peet’s specialties include small-incision cataract surgery and glaucoma management. He currently performs surgery at Wills Eye Bucks Surgery Center in Warminster, Blue Bell Surgery Center in Blue Bell, the Pain and Surgical Center in Langhorne, and the Valley Eye Surgery Center in Bethlehem.
For your convenience, OPS accepts a variety of insurance plans. Click on "View full list of companies" to see a list of commonly accepted insurances. This list is not entirely inclusive of all plans we accept and insurance eligibility may vary depending on the provider seen.
For specific insurance plan inquiries, please contact your insurance provider.
*Please advise, confirmation of insurance coverage and eligibility is the patient’s responsibility. The patient (or guarantor such as spouse, parent, etc.) is ultimately responsible for the charges incurred for tests and/or treatments received at our facilities.*