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Ranya G. Habash, M.D.

General Information

Ranya G. Habash, M.D.

Contact

  • Fax: 239-659-3939

Specialties

  • Ophthalmology

Languages

English, Arabic, Spanish

Clinical Areas

Cataract surgery, premium intraocular lenses (IOLs), laser vision correction, eyelid surgery, emergency conditions

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Certifications

  • American Board of Ophthalmology

Roles

  • Voluntary Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology

Awards

America's Top Doctors
Young Ophthalmologist of The Year

Education

B.S. Biology
Wake Forest University
M.D.
West Virginia University
Residency
Texas Tech University

Biography

Dr. Habash was named to Castle Connolly's elite America’s Top Doctors list for 2015, which represents the top 1% of physicians in the nation. Dr. Habash began a successful career as the elected President of the Palm Beach County Ophthalmology Society and gained further acclaim after the state’s Florida Society of Ophthalmology named her Young Ophthalmologist of the Year “for demonstrating leadership, service, competence, and devotion to the highest ethical and professional standards.” She was then asked to serve as a Board Member and President of the FSO, the governing body for all ophthalmologists in the state of Florida. Dr. Habash was a founder of Eye Physicians of Florida and sits on the Executive Council and Surgical Management Committees for West Boca Medical Center. As a fun aside, she is the official eye surgeon for the UFC organization, providing surgical and trauma care for the MMA fight champions.

Dr. Habash is also Chief Medical Officer of Everbridge and Co-Founder of HipaaChat. As the worldwide leader in unified critical communications, Everbridge has integrated the secure messaging and telemedicine capability of HipaaChat (now branded HipaaBridge) within its suite of products. As Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Habash provides strategic clinical insight for Everbridge's 950+ hospitals and healthcare systems, working with partners like Apple and Verizon to deliver the future of medicine.

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