Committed to preserving and enhancing your vision.
Our eye hospital offers a wide range of services including comprehensive eye exams, vision correction (such as LASIK and PRK), cataract surgery, glaucoma treatment, retinal procedures, pediatric eye care, low vision services, and more.
You can easily schedule an appointment by calling our hospital’s main phone number or using our online appointment booking system on our website. Our staff will assist you in finding a convenient date and time for your visit.
Please bring your valid identification, any relevant medical records or previous eye exam results, a list of current medications, and your insurance information. If you wear contact lenses, it’s advisable to bring them along.
In most cases, you do not need a referral to see an eye specialist at our hospital. You can directly schedule an appointment with our specialists for an evaluation or consultation.
We are sorry we do not accept any Insurances for now.
The duration of your appointment will vary depending on the reason for your visit. Generally, a comprehensive eye exam takes approximately 45 minutes to an hour. However, for certain specialized evaluations or surgical consultations, the duration may be longer.
Yes, we have an optical center within our hospital where you can find a wide selection of eyeglass frames, lenses, and contact lenses. Our knowledgeable staff can assist you in finding the right fit and prescription for your needs.
In the case of an eye emergency, please call our hospital immediately. Our experienced staff will provide guidance on the steps to take and advise you on whether to come directly to our emergency department or seek immediate medical attention.
Yes, all our eye doctors are highly skilled, board-certified specialists with extensive experience in their respective fields. They continually update their knowledge and skills to provide the best possible care.
It is generally recommended to have a comprehensive eye exam every one to two years, depending on your age, overall health, and any specific eye conditions you may have. Your eye doctor will provide personalized recommendations based on your situation.