News from Bala Eye Care:

We are excited to announce that we have transitioned to a new Electronic Medical Record to better serve our patients.  If you have an upcoming appointment with us, your Patient Portal is active.  Please login and fill out all of your information prior to your visit to streamline the process.  Your login is your email address and your password may be reset.

Our Mission

Welcome to Bala Eye Care

We offer comprehensive medical and surgical eye care for adults and children of all ages.  Our board-certified Eye MDs specialize in small-incision, sutureless, outpatient cataract surgery, utilizing the most advanced laser and intraocular lens technology.  Additionally, we provide routine eye exams and expert fitting and dispensing of a complete line of contact lenses and fashionable, functional eyeglasses.

Our philosophy is basic.  We treat patients in a state-of-the-art facility combining the highest standards of personalized care with the finest technology available.

Ralph J. DiGiovanni, Jr. MD
Keith J. Mathers MD
Jazmin A. Logendra, OD, FAAO

For more information about our services, please call our Bala Cynwyd Office: 610-667-4066

Meet our newest associate, Jazmin Logendra, OD, FAAO:

It is our pleasure to announce the newest addition to the Bala Eye Care team: Jazmin A. Logendra, OD, FAAO.

Dr. Logendra has a passion for personal and expert care.  As a residency-trained Optometrist specializing in primary eye care, contact lens fittings, and ocular disease, her expertise complements and augments everything Bala Eye Care has to offer.  

Having worked together at Lankenau Hospital for several years, Dr. Mathers had the opportunity to see Dr. Logendra care for patients first-hand.  Her compassionate and comprehensive care will serve all patients, including children and adults, who have routine and emergent eye conditions.  

Dr. Logendra graduated from Rutgers University with a degree in Biological Sciences in 1999. She earned her Optometry degree from New England College of Optometry in Boston, with clinical externships throughout the New England area. Upon graduating from Optometry school, Dr. Logendra completed a dual residency in ocular disease and low vision at West Haven VA Medical Center in Connecticut.  

She returned to Boston to teach at her alma mater while also working clinically at a Boston Medical Center affiliate health clinic and Perkins School for the Blind. She continued her clinical work at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston before moving back home to the Northeast. Inducted in 2008, Dr. Logendra is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry.

Dr. Logendra will be available to see patients on Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning July 20, 2021.  When not at the office, you may find her in the neighborhood with her husband, two children, and a very energetic puppy. 

Farewell Letter from our founder, Dr. Marvin Greenbaum 

It is with great anticipation and some sadness that I am writing to tell you that I will be retiring from medicine at the end of June. 

Having practiced ophthalmology for over 40 years, it’s now time for me to pursue other interests and endeavors. I have enjoyed taking care of you as patients, but just as much, it has been my pleasure to hear about your work, hobbies, families, travels, books that you’ve read, and even some politics. You have all influenced my life and I feel fortunate that I’ve had the opportunity to get to know you. 

Bala Eye Care will remain strong under the leadership of Drs. Ralph DiGiovanni and Keith Mathers. I am privileged to have had them as partners. I have enjoyed our collaboration, and have great admiration for their diagnostic abilities and surgical skills. I am confident that our practice will remain one of the most respected in the Philadelphia ophthalmic community. 

Our committed, hard-working, compassionate, smiling, and always patient staff has been the backbone of our practice and they will continue to serve your every need. I will miss them, but they will be there for you. 

I will remain in the Bala Cynwyd community (with a bit of time on Cape Cod) and look forward to seeing many of you “out on the street” and in some restaurants (when that is possible again).Please, feel free to stop and say hello. 

So, many thanks for trusting me as your physician for so many years. Stay safe, be well. 


Marvin Greenbaum, MD