UH Eye Institute
Complete Eye Health Care at University Hospitals Case Medical Center
University Hospitals Eye Institute at UH Case Medical Center is dedicated to providing exceptional care for a wide range of conditions affecting the eye and advancing patient care through pioneering clinical research. Our physicians are ranked among the best in the country and specialize in diagnosing and treating diseases of the eye, as well as providing advanced solutions for vision care.
Specialized Care for a Range of Conditions Affecting the Eye
UH Eye Institute is comprised of five Centers of Excellence, each one focused on different aspects of eye and visual health:
Through these centers, the dedicated team at UH Case Medical Center treats conditions such as cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, dry eye, pink eye, glaucoma and macular degeneration. We also provides services such as routine eye examinations, medical and surgical care for simple and complex vision disorders, in-patient consultations, diagnostic testing, and simple and complex adult and pediatric contact lens fittings.
Dedication to Clinical Research
The physicians at UH Eye Institute are also full-time faculty member at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and are highly involved in translational research efforts that are helping to contribute to the advancement of clinical care in many areas of eye health. The department is ranked 10th in research funding by the National Institutes of Health National Eye Institute. Major areas of research include cataracts, corneal inflammation and infections, diabetic retinopathy, genetic eye diseases, macular degeneration and other retinal degenerations.