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Ophthalmology/Eye Care

The Henry Ford Department of Ophthalmology and OptimEyes optometry are partners in your eye health, providing comprehensive, coordinated care for your whole family, at every stage of life. From well-vision exams, glasses, contacts and LASIK -- to the diagnosis and treatment of complex eye diseases, such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetes -- we are unique because we offer it all, close to home.

Learn more about the Department of Ophthalmology services:

At the Department of Ophthalmology, patients will find:

  • Board-certified physicians, with leaders in comprehensive ophthalmology and ophthalmic sub-specialties, including surgical care
  • Advanced treatment options, led by continuous research
  • One of the largest practices in the United States, providing convenient, high-quality and compassionate care for over 75 years

At Henry Ford the patients come first

A leader in Michigan, as well as one of the largest ophthalmology practices in the United States, the Henry Ford Department of Ophthalmology treats more than 55,000 patients per year at 12 locations throughout southeast Michigan.

Coordinated care

Our ophthalmologists also work closely with Henry Ford Medical Group physicians in other departments, providing multidisciplinary, coordinated care for those patients who need it.

Pioneering vision research

In addition, we are dedicated to vision research, helping to increase our understanding of disease processes and the most effective ways to detect, diagnose, treat and prevent these conditions. Ultimately, our extensive research program helps to break new ground in critical areas of vision research, keeping us at the forefront of innovation while advancing the level of eye care that we provide to our patients.

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