Established in 1966, Texas Retina Associates, with 13 offices throughout the state and 17 retina-fellowship-trained physicians, is Texas’ largest, most experienced ophthalmology practice focused specifically on the diagnosis and medical and surgical management of diseases of the retina and vitreous. The practice’s sub-specialized physician team has participated in more than 75 national clinical trials over the past 20 years, bringing the newest retina and vitreous treatments to its patients. Also based in Dallas, the Retina Foundation of the Southwest is an independent, non-profit research institute established in 1982. The Foundation has grown into one of the leading independent vision research centers in the United States, with a staff of 28 dedicated to finding the causes, treatments and potential cures for numerous eye diseases that cause severe visual impairment. Patients are referred by ophthalmologists from Dallas and around the U.S. and even the world. Because the center is funded by philanthropic support and research grants, patients receive care at no cost.
Texas Retina Associates details
Speciality clinics and hospitals provide comprehensive care, including diagnostic testing, treatment, and follow-up care. Specialty clinics often work in collaboration with primary care providers and other specialists to provide coordinated care for patients, and may have access to advanced treatments and technologies that are not available in general practice settings.Explore all Specialty clinics and hospitals powered by Redox