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NorthShore Eye and Vision Center

Multi-Specialty Care

The NorthShore Eye and Vision Center is the largest multi-specialty ophthalmology group within the Chicagoland area, offering patients services ranging from everyday eye exams to the latest advanced procedures to treat diseases and manage long-term eye conditions.

Our ophthalmologists collaborate to create a personalized approach to care for each of our patient’s needs. The team has extensive knowledge and experience in all ophthalmic subspecialties, including cataracts, corneal, glaucoma, inflammation, macular degeneration and vision problems.

Physician Expertise

All of NorthShore’s ophthalmologists are board-certified and fellowship-trained to diagnose and treat both general and subspecialty conditions affecting the eyes.

Our team includes surgeons who specialize in the prevention and reduction of vision loss with the use of the latest procedures, including LASIK and PRK. We work with both pediatric and adult patients to diagnose common vision issues such as farsightedness and nearsightedness, and provide effective treatment and access to the best corrective tools, including prescription eyeglasses and contacts.

Innovative Techniques

The Department of Ophthalmology employs the use of standard diagnostic tests to accurately identify conditions and causes of vision loss. Our physicians also have access to the most up-to-date equipment used to perform non-invasive and minimally-invasive outpatient procedures including cataract surgery, PRK and intraocular lens replacement.

The Eye and Vision Center’s LASIK Suite within Glenbrook Hospital is a state-of-the-art center containing the latest equipment necessary for correcting refractive conditions affecting vision caused by misshapen corneas. The LASIK Suite is the first and only center in Chicago that offers an all-laser, blade-free procedure that allows our physicians to perform with the utmost efficiency. Our approach reduces the risk of complications and improves healing time to get patients back to their normal activities with the benefit of improved vision in a short amount of time.