Face masks are required at this location. If you have or suspect you have been exposed to COVID-19, take these precautions before you seek care. If you have an appointment, please view the visitor restrictions in place.
During your appointment you will meet with team members, including:
Our ophthalmologists undergo advanced training and have years of experience treating corneal disease, retinal disease, glaucoma, eye cancer, and other eye conditions. After a thorough evaluation, they will diagnose your condition and discuss the best treatment options for you. Our skilled eye surgeons use the latest surgery techniques and technology to provide the best outcome possible. We partner with anesthesiologists and nurses who have specialized training in eye surgery.
Our pediatric optometrists perform regular eye exams using the latest diagnostic equipment to assess your child’s vision and eye health and prescribe corrective lenses as needed.
These specialty trained professionals will review your medical records, perform vision and eye tests, and answer your questions.
Resident or fellow
A Duke resident or fellow in training may review and discuss your concerns and health issues before you see your eye doctor.
If you need eye surgery, our surgery coordinator will tell you more about your procedure and schedule a time that meets your needs.
People with low vision can work with occupational therapists in our vision rehabilitation center. We help those with vision loss manage day-to-day activities with training, tools, and therapy.
Our social worker can help you and your loved ones manage your condition and maximize your quality of life.
Our financial coordinator can answer questions about billing and insurance.