Meet Our Doctors
Dr. Scott Moscow
Dr. Scott Moscow is the son of Dr. Sharon Berger and Dr. Billy Moscow. As a graduate of Roswell High School, he grew up working as a Technician and Optician at Roswell Eye Clinic before he attended University of Georgia for undergraduate studies. In 2013, Dr. Scott Moscow graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee, with a Doctorate in Optometry. In May of 2013, he joined Roswell Eye Clinic as a doctor.
Dr. Scott Moscow is now clinical director of Roswell Eye Clinic where he focuses on fitting specialty contact lenses (including Sclerals, Orthokeratology/CRT, Gas Permeable & SynergEyes) and treating eye disease with a certification to perform subcutaneous and subconjunctival injections. At Roswell Eye Clinic, he practices with both of his parents and his younger sister.
Dr. Scott Moscow has published articles on Vision and Motor Development, Congenital Rubella and Polypoidal Choroidal Vasculopathy. He is an active lecturer. He has lectured for Myasthenia Gravis support groups, the Lions Club, Alcon, Johnson & Johnson, Bausch+ Lomb, Sight Sciences and PERC. In addition to lecturing, he consults on vision therapy and primary care billing and coding. He has contributed to articles in Review of Optometry, Optometric Management, The IDOC Quarterly and Invision.
In his hometown of Roswell, Georgia, Dr. Scott Moscow is a member of his local Rotary Club and serves on the board of The STAR House Foundation, an afterschool program for at-risk youth. With the Georgia Optometric Association, he has volunteered with the Eye to Eye Program, on Leadership GOA and as the Chair of Optometry’s Day at the Capital. In his spare time, he volunteers as a helicopter pilot with the Angel Flight organization, which transports patients who are financially distressed or who are in time-critical situations due to their medical condition. In 2013, he went on a VOSH (Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity) mission trip to Colombia, South America, where he provided dilated eye examination and glasses to over 1000 patients in need.