Spokane Eye Clinic

Expert Doctors, Healthy Eyes

Call (509) 456-0107 to schedule your next eye appointment at one of our 3 convenient clinics: South Hill/Downtown, Northside or Valley.

NEW:  The Spokane Eye Clinic is proud to offer our patients the latest in secure access to their health care team! Check your medical record, print glasses prescriptions, request medication renewals, send messages to staff and pay your bill online. Call our Patient Portal Hotline at 509-459-4594 to sign up today!  If you have already taking advantage of the Patient Portal click HERE to sign in. You can also cut and paste www.nextmd.com to your internet address favorites.

Eyes are among our most precious tools. Much of our quality of life depends on these windows to the world. Adults and children look to and trust Spokane Eye Clinic doctors for all routine eye exams and specialty eye care needs including iLASIK, PRK and cataract surgery. Our patients consider us some of the best eye doctors in the Spokane area. We can say the same about our patients.

15 ophthalmologists/MDs, 7 optometrists/ODs and a caring staff provide outstanding care to adult and pediatric patients that includes general and specialty eye care, vision correction and outpatient surgery. Call (509) 456-8121 to schedule your next eye appointment at one of our 3 convenient locations: South Hill/Downtown, Northside or Valley.

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Call (509) 623-9755 to schedule a complementary IntraLase iLASIK consultation today!

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In the News:

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  • Retina specialist - Dr. Loren Jack to join Spokane Eye Clinic

    We are pleased to announce that Dr. Loren Jack will be joining our practice in July.  He is currently a vitreoretinal fellow at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska and is receiving training in medical retina and surgical retina, retinopathy of prematurity and uveitis.  He is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist and completed his residency at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center.

     

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  • Be wary of purchasing glasses online

    Be a savvy shopper. Purchasing eyeglasses online may seem like a consumer convenience, but the American Optometric Association warns that the consequences of making an incorrect or uninformed purchase could cost patients more time and money in the long run. A study by AOA published in 2011 with the Optical Laboratories Association and The Vision Council found nearly half of all glasses ordered online had either prescription errors or failed to meet minimum safety standards. (reprinted from the AOA website)

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