USC Eye Institute

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USC Eye Institute

Phone: 1-800-872-2273


Locations:

Keck Medical Center of USC
1450 San Pablo St., 4th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90033
Phone: (323) 442-6335


Arcadia 
(We've moved to a new suite, effective Monday, February 3.)
622 W. Duarte Rd., Suite 301
Arcadia, CA 91007
Phone: (626) 446-2122


Beverly Hills
9033 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 360
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Phone: (310) 601-3366


Pasadena
625 S. Fair Oaks Ave., Suite 400
Pasadena, CA 91105
Phone: (626) 395-0778

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Welcome to the USC Eye Institute

The USC Eye Institute at the University of Southern California is a local and national leader in eye care services, and provides the most advanced surgical techniques and comprehensive care for patients.

Our main location is at Keck Medical Center of USC, east of Downtown Los Angeles, but you can also visit us at our satellite centers in Pasadena, Beverly Hills, Arcadia, and Riverside.

Affiliated with the Keck School of Medicine of USC, the USC Eye Institute is widely recognized as a trailblazer in patient care, vision research and physician education. In recent years the department has been ranked in the top 10 ophthalmology programs in the country by U.S. News & World Report and Ophthalmology Times.

The department is known for PROSE therapy for cornea disorders treatment, the newly FDA approved Retinal Chip, clinical trials for severe uveitis, the latest surgical techniques for glaucoma, an international clinical study for neuro-ophthalmology, partnership with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles for pediatric/developmental eye care and much more. Our team looks forward to meeting you and helping you achieve the best eye care results.

Program Highlights

  • USC Eye Institute ranked #3 in research funding from the National Eye Institute
  • Mark Humayun, MD, PhD, led a team that developed the FDA-approved “retina chip” that restores some visual capabilities for certain blind patients
  • 10 former faculty members and graduates from USC Eye Institute training programs, currently hold ophthalmology chair positions throughout the U.S.