Ophthalmology - Health Services - Eskenazi Health

The eyes are one of the body’s most complicated and problematic structures. According to the Vision Council of America, about 75 percent of adults currently use some sort of vision correction such as glasses or contact lenses, making eye care one of the more common forms of treatment a person will receive during his or her lifetime.

Located on the sixth floor of the Sandra Eskenazi Outpatient Care Center, Eskenazi Health Eye Care offers comprehensive eye care services to help patients improve and protect their vision. Many vision-threatening diseases, if detected early, can be cured or treated to prevent or slow the progression of vision loss. Eskenazi Health ophthalmologists are trained to deal with the entire spectrum of eye conditions, ranging from serious diseases such as glaucoma or retinal detachment to less serious conditions like dry eye or the need for glasses.

Routine eye examinations are one of the most important preventive steps a person can take. During an eye exam, an eye care provider reviews an individual’s medical history and completes a series of tests to determine the health of the eyes. Information derived from the exam may lead to medical procedures or prescriptions.

As individuals age, it’s particularly important to have the eyes tested regularly. Patients with certain pre-existing conditions, such as diabetes, are at a higher risk for several eye disorders, including glaucoma and cataracts, and should have eye exams at least once every year.

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Whether individuals need highly specialized surgery or just a first pair of glasses, they can receive high-quality ophthalmic care at Eskenazi Health Eye Care and the Eskenazi Health Optical Shop. The team of ophthalmologists specializes in:

  • Eye exams
  • Pediatric eye disorders
  • Corneal transplants
  • Glaucoma
  • Cataracts
  • Diabetic retinopathy
  • Uveitis
  • Eye muscle issues

Glasses and other vision services are provided by Eskenazi Health optometrists. Click here for more information about those services.

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Some appointments are made on a referral basis. For more information, please contact Eskenazi Health Eye Care at 317.880.4138.

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