Center of excellence for Ophthalmology care
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We provide a center of excellence for retina and uveitis care with evidence-based, compassionate service as our highest priority.
At Meadows Retina we understand the significance of serious eye disease and the value of the correct diagnosis and treatment.We ensure every patient has a thorough understanding of his or her condition, the recommended diagnostic tests, and the treatment options available.
Message About Coronavirus
Dear Current and Prospective Meadows Eye patients:
I want to take a moment to let you know that Meadows Eye will remain open with our normal operating hours during this difficult period. We have implemented numerous additional sanitation procedures, staff training, and safety protocols to ensure the safety and well being of our patients and staff. We are committed to being an active partner in the community to prevent the spread of disease, while continuing to treat sight-threatening diseases. If you are concerned about leaving your home but have a serious retinal problem, you may email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we can discuss your situation and arrange a private appointment outside of normal business hours if necessary. As always, for emergencies please call the office at (702) 358-0472. We are confident that together we will get through this situation and we look forward to continuing to care for you during and far beyond this crisis.
Stay safe and healthy!
Claudia Krispel, MD, PhD
New patient evaluations can take up to 2 hours. Your eyes will be dilated and we recommend you bring a driver to your visit. Your initial visit will consist of a thorough dilated eye examination to evaluate the entire retina. You may undergo one or more additional tests including scleral depression, OCT scan, fluorescein angiography, ultrasound, or visual field testing. Click on the link below for more information about these tests. Some of these tests will be done at the initial visit, others will need to be scheduled on a separate visit.Make an appointment