The University of Kansas Health System offers comprehensive ophthalmology care for people with eye conditions. Ophthalmology includes every aspect of vision care, from glasses or contacts to complicated eye diseases. Our board-certified ophthalmologists evaluate and treat multiple conditions, including glaucoma, cataracts and diabetic retinopathy.
Ophthalmology is a type of eye care that diagnoses and treats a variety of different eye disorders. An ophthalmologist is a doctor who specializes in ophthalmology. These specialists have obtained a degree in medicine, followed by additional training in ophthalmology.
At The University of Kansas Health System, our ophthalmologists are board-certified or board eligible. This means they have achieved the highest level of training and education available in their field. Our ophthalmologists offer many services, procedures and clinical trials. They provide routine and ongoing ophthalmology care for conditions like:
- Cornea problems
- Glaucoma and anterior segment
- Retina and vitreous disease
They also offer surgical services like same-day outpatient surgeries, reconstructive surgery, elective (cosmetic) procedures and LASIK and refractive surgery.
We offer a variety of appointment types. Learn more or call 913-588-1227 to schedule now.
Our ophthalmology facilities
Our state-of-the-art clinics are designed for your comfort and convenience. Each patient-friendly facility includes streamlined exam rooms built around a centralized imaging system. This allows physicians to immediately access patient records and test results as well as other relevant images and information that might be helpful in explaining your eye condition.
Our ophthalmology services
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Doctors at The University of Kansas Health System are care providers and researchers at the forefront of new medical discoveries. From primary care to complex conditions, we offer hundreds of specialists.