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About Us

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Welcome to the Casey Eye Institute. At Casey, we offer more than world-class specialists and  technologies in the eye health field. We provide truly personalized treatment and the confidence that comes with knowing that here, you will receive the best possible care.

Our commitment to provide unrivaled attention to your eye health is clear from the moment you enter our doors. From ground-breaking research, education and eye disease treatment, to specialty pediatric care, leading-edge refractive and plastic surgery – everything we do, we do with a commitment to excellence. At Casey, your vision truly is our focus.

As part of Oregon Health & Science University, the Casey Eye Institute is an academic regional eye center – a place where the learning and innovation never stops. The first OHSU department to organize as an institute, it is named after James and George Casey, founders of United Parcel Service. The Casey Eye Institute is also one of only seven regional eye research centers in the nation sponsored by Research to Prevent Blindness, the world's leading voluntary organization in support of eye research.

The Casey Eye Institute has operated the Elks Children’S Eye Clinic since 1949, thanks to the generous support of the Oregon State Elks Association. Together, we’e helped countless children enjoy improved and restored vision. Learn more about the Elks Children’S Eye Clinic.

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Our History

Named after James and George Casey, founders of UPS, Casey Eye Institute has been at the forefront of eye care since 1945.

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Community Outreach

Casey Eye Institute’s eye health activities reach well beyond the clinic doors.

Read more about  how we’re working to preserve vision among the world’s most vulnerable communities.