Pediatric Ophthalmology at CPMC
Pediatric Ophthalmology Services Overview
California Pacific Medical Center's Department of Ophthalmology provides a variety of services, including strabismus surgery, assessments for visually impaired infants and children, ocular trauma and complex genetic conditions. Among the reasons for which we see patients include:
- Corneal diseases
- Eye movement disorders
- Nasolacrimal drainage system abnormalities
- Refractive errors
- Retinal diseases including ocular tumors and retinopathy or prematurity
The Lions Eye Foundation
2340 Clay Street, 5th floor (Pacific Campus)
San Francisco, CA 94115
The Ophthalmology Clinic, in association with The Lions Eye Foundation, opened in 1960 and is one of the largest full-service ophthalmology clinics in Northern California.
The Lions Eye Foundation is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of vision and the prevention of blindness. Working with California Pacific's Department of Ophthalmology, more than 1,000 Lions Eye Foundation patients are treated annually. The Foundation's headquarters are located in the Ophthalmology Department on the Pacific Campus and all patients receive their care at California Pacific. Physicians at the Medical Center generously donate many hours of their time and skill for all eye care provided to Lions Eye Foundation patients, making ophthalmology care available to individuals who could not otherwise afford treatment.
Pediatrics at California Pacific Medical Center
California Pacific Medical Center, a San Francisco hospital that is part of the Sutter Health network, offers pediatric care to babies, young children, and adolescents to age 18 through our network of primary and specialty care pediatricians. Our doctors provide care at clinics throughout the Bay Area and at our hospital inpatient units.