Brandy Scombordi-Raghu, OD


  • Professional Staff, Pediatric, Primary and Emergency Care Services

Areas of Interest:

  • Pediatric Primary Eye Care
  • Vision and Learning
  • Vision Therapy
  • Vision and Autism Spectrum Disorder

About Dr. Scombordi-Raghu:

Dr. Scombordi-Raghu graduated from Temple University in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science degree. She entered the Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO) in 1994 and received her Doctor of Optometry degree in 1998. She completed residency training in 1999 at The Eye Institute (TEI). Following her residency training, she joined a private practice in Brick, New Jersey. In 2001 she joined the professional staff at TEI.

Currently Dr. Scombordi is a member of TEI's professional staff where she provides care in Pediatrics, Primary Care and Emergency Services. Her concentration in clinical practice at TEI includes the diagnosis and treatment of vision problems of children, including amblyopia, strabismus, and learning related vision problems. In addition, she has participated in several federally funded clinical research grants. 

She is also the Coordinator of the School Vision Program at Salus University, which provides screenings and exams to underserved children and adults in Philadelphia, Montgomery, and Delaware counties.

Dr. Scombordi serves as the Philadelphia Clinical Director for the Special Olympics Healthy Athletes Lions Club International Opening Eyes program. This program provides vision screenings, eye exams, and eyewear to athletes participating in the Special Olympics in Philadelphia.