Get details about the Duke Eye Center's residency training, fellowship programs, continuing education, and more.
Duke Eye Center provides comprehensive services to help you treat and take care of your sight. Whether you need highly specialized surgery or simply your first pair of glasses, you can get the very best ophthalmic care at Duke.
In addition to general eye care, Duke specializes in treating some of the most challenging eye problems, including:
Duke is committed to providing all of our services in a compassionate, supportive environment. Duke offers a variety of patient support services, including educational materials and programs, a vision rehabilitation program, and a dedicated social worker.
To make our services more convenient for you, we've established satellite locations across the Triangle area and the state.
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Established in 1973, the Duke Eye Center is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art eye care to the more than 130,000 patients we serve each year.
The Duke Eye Center seeks to preserve and restore the sight of present and future generations by continuing to provide the highest quality and most complete health care to our patients, by developing new knowledge and skills, and by passing on our knowledge to other health care providers and patients.
Thanks to Duke Eye Center research, education, and technology development programs, our physicians -- and subsequently our patients -- have access to the latest breakthroughs in eye care. Our researchers constantly strive to improve ophthalmic treatments, and they are dedicated to finding cures for blinding eye diseases.