PeaceHealth provides expert eye care for people of all ages from routine checkups and children’s eye exams to urgent eye care and vision-correction surgery. The eye care team treats eye injuries and helps determine the cause of eye pain, blurriness, redness, eye growths or loss of vision. The eye care team includes:
- Ophthalmologists – Medical doctors (MDs) who provide surgical and nonsurgical eye care.
- Optometrists – Doctors of optometry (ODs) who diagnose eye conditions and prescribe eyeglasses and contact lenses to correct vision problems.
Whether you need a new prescription for contacts or advanced treatment for a complex eye disease, you’ll get expert care for your eyes and vision.
Eye care services at PeaceHealth
You can get quality care and a full range of vision care services from our expert team.
Complete eye care
PeaceHealth offers expert care and advanced technology to give you complete eye care services — from eye exams to complex, minimally invasive eye surgery. You'll find quality care and services for your family, including urgent care for eye injuries.
On-site optical services
PeaceHealth makes it easy to take care of your vision. You can fill your contact lens or eyeglass prescriptions right after your eye care appointment. Choose from a wide selection of frames, specialty lenses and more.
PeaceHealth uses advanced equipment to find eye diseases at early stages to help protect your vision. You’ll get care from highly trained ophthalmologists who’ll design a treatment plan with your needs in mind.
Eye surgery expertise
Ophthalmologists use advanced surgical approaches to improve vision and treat eye diseases, including minimally invasive and laser methods. They focus on procedures to treat macular degeneration, eye tumors and retinal and corneal disorders.
Conditions We Treat
- Blocked tear ducts
Prevent tears from draining normally, which causes watery eyes.
- Cancerous and noncancerous eye tumors
Include tumors such as basal cell carcinoma, melanoma, retinoblastoma and orbital lymphoma.
Cause the lens in your eye to get cloudy.
- Cornea diseases and injury
Affect your eye’s clear, protective cover, and include keratoconus, corneal dystrophies, scratches and ulcers.
- Dry eye
Happens when tears can’t provide enough moisture for your eyes.
- Eye infections and swelling
Includes problems such as pink eye, sties, keratitis and blepharitis.
- Eye muscle problems
Include muscle spasms, lazy eye (amblyopia), or eyes that don’t point in the same direction (strabismus).
- Eyelid problems
Include drooping, swelling, itching, infection, blinking problems and inward or outward rolling of the eyelids.
- Focusing problems
Include conditions such as astigmatism, nearsightedness, farsightedness and presbyopia.
- Retinal diseases
Affect your ability to see detail and include conditions such as diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, macular degeneration, retinal tears and detachments, holes and eye cancers.
- Retinopathy of prematurity
Happens when abnormal blood vessels form in the retina of premature babies.
- Diagnostics and imaging (eye care)
Eye problems don’t always have symptoms, but testing can find problems at the earliest stages to help prevent vision loss. Eye care specialists at PeaceHealth use advanced equipment to diagnose eye conditions, including optical coherence tomography (OCT), which takes 3D pictures of your retina to diagnose and plan treatment for retinal diseases.
- Eye cancer care
Ophthalmologists at PeaceHealth work with cancer specialists to treat a wide range of eye cancers. Your care team will design a treatment plan based on your needs and give you personal support and guidance along the way.
- Eye exams
An eye exam does more than just test your vision. It looks for changes from past eye exams that can signal eye diseases such as glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration or other problems. Eye exams let your doctor find problems early so they can be treated right away.
- Eye surgery
Ophthalmologists at PeaceHealth are experts in a wide range of methods to treat eye disease, including:
- Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) – A range of surgeries that treat droopy upper and lower eyelids.
- Micro-invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) – Uses tiny equipment and incisions (cuts), which may offer a shorter recovery than traditional glaucoma surgery.
- Minimally invasive cataracts surgery – Uses very small cuts to replace a cloudy lens with a new lens without stiches.
- Medicine management (eye care)
Your doctor may prescribe medicine as part of your treatment. These may include:
- Antibiotics – Treat infections
- Antihistamines – Treat allergic reactions
- Corticosteroids – Help prevent damage from certain eye conditions
- BOTOX® injections – Treat eyelid twitching or spasms
- Eye drops – Treat dry or irritated eyes, eye strain or diseases such as glaucoma
- Optical services
You’ll find quality eyewear and contact lenses for the whole family at PeaceHealth. Our opticians fill all types of prescriptions for children and adults. You can choose from a wide range of designer frames and protective eyewear at affordable prices.
- Pediatric eye care
If your child needs to see an eye care specialist, the eye care team at PeaceHealth will make them feel comfortable. Your child can get eye exams, vision testing and treatment with a gentle touch. Whether your child has an eye infection or needs glasses, they’ll get complete care.
All Eye Care Locations
Vancouver, WA 98664
Eugene, OR 97401
Eugene, OR 97401