At our patient care and clinical teaching facility, The University Eye Center at Ketchum Health treats patients at any stage in life, because eye health is important throughout one's life. Vision health plays an important role in physical, and cognitive well-being, and undiagnosed vision problems can interfere with overall health. This means that early diagnosis and intervention are critical. With a nationally recognized clinical faculty, our patient care team delivers complete diagnostic, therapeutic and preventative care.
With a nationally recognized clinical faculty, our patient care team delivers complete diagnostic, therapeutic and preventative care, including:
- Jarnagin Primary Eye Care Center
- Stein Family Cornea & Contact Lens Center
- Multifocal, Pediatric, & Specialty Contact Lenses
- Corneal Reshaping (Ortho-K)
- Pediatric Vision Care
- Infant & Pediatric Eye Examinations
- Studt Center for Vision Therapy
- Binocular Vision Evaluation
- Visual Information Processing Evaluation
- Strabismus & Amblyopia Evaluation
- Acquired Brain Injury Evaluation
- Sports Vision Evaluation
- Ocular Disease & Ophthalmology Consultation
- Myopia Control (nearsightedness)
- Dry Eye Management
- Mary Ann Keverline Walls Low Vision Center
- Comprehensive Rehabilitation Plans
- Low Vision Devices at the Kathryn T. McCarty Adaptive Technology Center
- Ocular Prosthetics
A Deeper Look
Our Mary Ann Keverline Walls Low Vision Center provides a comprehensive rehabilitation plan for patients experiencing low vision. The clinical team at The University Eye Center at Ketchum Health will evaluate your vision to create an individualized rehabilitation plan to help achieve your goals to maintain your independence and improve your quality of life.
Patients diagnosed with an ocular disease can also be managed at the University Eye Center at Ketchum Health. Using the most advanced technology and informed by cutting edge research, the ocular disease team provides diagnosis, treatment and management of disease and anomalies that affect the eye and vision.
For pediatric vision care, our dedicated children’s vision experts believe that quality eye care involves more than seeing the letters clearly on an eye chart. It’s about caring for the individual vision needs of each child. When a child’s vision care is lacking it can hinder a child’s development, learning, athletic performance, and sometimes lead to permanent vision loss. Our dedicated team of pediatric eye care specialists are equipped to care for all of your child’s eye care and vision needs--from infancy through adolescence.
Our Jarnagin Primary Eye Care Center also offers full access to state-of-the-art technology and extensive specialty testing options at The University Eye Center at Ketchum Health.