Comprehensive Eye Care

Dr. Lombardi with a patient in the Comprehensive eye care clinic.

The eye doctors and staff at OHSU Casey Eye Institute's Comprehensive Ophthalmology Eye Care clinic work together to give you the best vision and the healthiest eyes possible --throughout your adult life.

Along with performing adult routine eye exams for corrective lenses, our experienced doctors perform exams to check on your overall eye health and diagnose any conditions at the earliest possible stage. Early diagnosis is vital for protecting your vision from many eye conditions suchas cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration, and we make sure you get the right treatment from our specialists.

You can find us at one of our convenient clinics in Portland, Astoria, Hood River, Longview, The Dalles and Vancouver, Wash. Find us.

Our expertise

The Comprehensive Ophthalmology Eye Care clinic at OHSU Casey Eye Institute offers:

  • Experienced surgeons who perform hundreds of cataract-removal surgeries each year.
  • Expert care of your eye health from regular annual exams to management of complex eye conditions.
  • The most advanced technology available today to assess and treat your eyes.
  • Collaborative care with other Casey doctors, including specialists in glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy.
  • Leadership in the field so your doctor is on the cutting edge of techniques, technology, research and teaching to provide you with the latest advances in eye care.
  • Specialized nurses praised by patients for their compassion, expertise and technical skills.

Doctors and locations

South waterfront eye care

Casey Eye Institute - South Waterfront
11th Floor
3303 S.W. Bond Ave.
Portland, Oregon 97239-4501

We can be found on the  11th floor at the Center for Health and Healing (CHH) - OHSU's South Waterfront campus in Portland located at the bottom of the Portland Aerial Tram.

Center for Health & Healing Building 1

Tall building with the ariel tram to its left
3303 S.W. Bond Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97239

Location

2055 Exchange Street, Ste. 230
Astoria, OR 97103

Call 503-338-3803
Fax: 503 338-7228

Find us in Astoria

Location

1410 May Street
Hood River, OR 97031

Call 541-386-1399
Fax: 541 386-7067

Find us in Hood River

Location

600 Triangle Center, Ste. 400
Longview, WA 98632

Call 360 423-0220
Fax: 360-423-0697

Find us in Longview

Location

405 E. 7th Street
The Dalles, OR 97058

Call: 541-298-5144
Fax: 541-298-5224

Location

16701 S.E. McGillivray Blvd. 
Vancouver, Washington 98683-3485

Call 360-260-7132
Fax: 360 260-5523

Find us

Testing

Adults and children should have regular eye examinations to check on the health of their eyes, and to detect any problems early.

For children

Your child’s eyes should be checked once at six to 12 months of age, at least once between three and five years old before first grade, and then annually after that.

For adults

  • Ages 20 to 40: Every five years, unless you experience any problems such as visual changes, pain, flashes of light, new floaters or tearing, or if you have an eye injury.
  • Ages 40 to 64: Every two to four years.
  • Over age 65: Every one to two years.
Dr. Healey examining a patient in the clinic.

Procedures and treatments

Common treatments we provide and procedures we perform include:

  • Cataract surgery
  • Topical medications and eye drops for glaucoma and other conditions.
  • Retinal laser treatments for diabetic retinopathy.
  • Laser treatments for eye conditions, including some cases of macular degeneration and glaucoma.
  • Injections of anti-VEGF medications:these medications block a chemical called vascular endothelial growth factor, or VEGF. VEGF causes the growth of the abnormal blood vessels that cause a form of macular degeneration. The anti-VEGF injections can also help fight diabetic retinopathy.