Ophthalmology leaders from around the country have ranked OHSU Casey Eye Institute as one of the top 10 programs in the nation for clinical care, research and education.
A nationwide Ophthalmology Times® magazine annual survey ranked Casey Eye Institute as the No. 9 best overall program in the nation. The results were determined based on a survey sent by Ophthalmology Times® to the chairpersons and residency directors of programs across the country.
The 2020 results for Casey Eye Institute are:
No. 9 for Best Overall Program
No. 7 for Best Research Program
No. 9 for Best Clinical Program
No. 8 for Best Residency Program
About OHSU Casey Eye Institute
As part of Oregon Health and Science University, OHSU Casey Eye Institute is a world-recognized academic eye center that continually seeks to transform the future of vision care. As one of the top eye centers in the Pacific Northwest region, OHSU Casey Eye Institute offers eye care for adults and children at 7 locations, has over 150,000 visits each year, includes over 80 clinical and research faculty and offers expert care in all ophthalmology specialties.
With over 400 employees, our work is driven by our mission: Eliminate preventable blindness and improve quality of life through leadership in the art, science and technology of 21st century eye care. We offer the best eye care possible - supported by our expert providers, our pioneering research and our service to the community.
Casey Eye Institute has a strong commitment to training future ophthalmologists and subspecialists, and faculty train 15 residents and about 12 fellows each year in our highly selective training programs. We also have built robust, donor funded community outreach programs that reach underserved groups in Oregon and help train specialists in developing nations to improve access to eye care worldwide.
Casey is one of only seven regional eye research centers in the U.S. sponsored by Research to Prevent Blindness, the world's leading voluntary organization in support of eye research. Our research faculty work in all aspects of vision research, and are making significant contributions in many areas including stem cell therapy, gene therapy, glaucoma, inflammatory eye disease, retinal disease, OCT Angiography and informatics.