The Casey Eye Institute is dedicated to meeting all your eye care needs. With convenient locations in Portland, Longview, Vancouver, Astoria and Hood River, Casey doctors provide you the latest state-of-the-art eye care.
There's a Confidence that Comes with Choosing Casey
Regular vision and eye health examinations should be a part of every child’s regular pediatric health appointments, and at the Elks Children’s Eye Clinic, if there is ever a need for further evaluation or a specific concern, you can rest assured that the pediatric ophthalmologists and caring staff at the Casey Eye Institute are there for you.
At the Casey Eye Institute, every member of our team is dedicated to a single mission: to promote the best possible eye health for you through education, research, clinical leadership and service to the community.
Casey is a world-recognized academic regional eye center that attracts top specialists from around the globe. We are known for developing and utilizing the very latest treatments and technologies.
February is AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month
If you or someone you love is one of the millions of seniors with age-related macular degeneration, reading a newspaper or book may be a frustrating experience. A common eye disease that affects older people, age-related macular degeneration -- or AMD -- gradually impairs central vision and can hamper your ability to see fine details, such as newsprint, the instructions on a prescription bottle or the stitches in your needlework project.
Researchers using advanced technology to track glaucoma
A team of researchers at OHSU Casey Eye Institute are opening the curtain on this stealthy disease that can be a challenge to identify and follow over time. Using groundbreaking optical imaging techniques, the scientists are studying the eye's blood flow to improve early detection and better understand how glaucoma develops.
Casey Eye Institute hosts vision screenings throughout the community with our mobile outreach van. Find out more about how the van went from a dream to reality thanks to generous support of donors, community centers and amazing volunteers.
Born with a hearing impairment and facing blindness from Usher syndrome, Conner and his family are actively involved in advancing research to prevent vision loss from this genetic condition. But young Conner is not alone- learn about his best buddy Lauren's selfless efforts to help her friend and their amazing story of friendship, hope and Casey's groundbreaking work to treat this rare, inherited disease.