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Arcadia – Ophthalmology

Arcadia – Ophthalmology

65 N. First Ave. Suite 101
 Arcadia, CA 91006
General Hours:
Monday - Friday
8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Telehealth Appointments Available

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(800) USC-CARE (800-872-2273)

We are a clinic of the USC Roski Eye Institute at the University of Southern California, a local and national leader in eye care services.

Our clinic offers such services as complex contact lens and PROSE therapy, neuro-opthalmology, ocular oncology, ocular pathology, oculofacial plastic surgery, pediatric ophthalmology, oculofacial plastic surgery, pediatric ophthalmology, cataract and refractive surgery, and vitreoretinal surgery. We treat such conditions as corneal and external diseases, glaucoma, orbital and adult strabismus, uveitis and ocular inflammation, and retinal disease.

We are well-known for our FDA-approved Argus II Retinal Prosthesis System, clinical trials for severe uveitis, using the latest surgical techniques for glaucoma and our partnership with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

Parking Information

Free patient parking available on-site.

Insurance Information

Keck Medicine of USC accepts most insurance plans, working in collaboration with many local and national managed care networks.

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