at 1716 University Blvd, Birmingham, 35294 United States
We specialize in Contact Lens, Ocular Disease/Low Vision, Primary Care, & Pediatric Care. We also provide any on-site optical needs (glasses and repairs).
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It's been a rainy week, but the sun will come out eventually! Get ready for summer by stopping by our Spring Trunk Show on Friday 4/24 and check out a great selection of sunglasses from names such as Gucci, Costa Del Mar, Saks 5th Avenue, Eyes of Faith, and Chesterfield. Payroll deduction is available for UAB employees, and we will have some great specials. Hope to see you there!!
Did you know that each year, emergency rooms treat more than 40,000 sports-related eye injuries? Sports represent the number one cause of eye injuries in children under the age of sixteen. Call UAB Eye Care at 205-975-2020 and let our staff help make your family ready to play ball this season!
UAB B-Alert: Classes and campus operations delayed until 11am Thursday. UAB Eye Care patients should call 205.975.2020 to reschedule their appointments.
Play ball! It may be chilly today but spring sports are around the corner! Healthy vision is just as important on the field as off the field. Even the slightest blurred vision can decrease sports performance by 25%. Schedule an appointment with UAB Eye Care today and let our clinicians help your young athlete get ready for the season ahead.
Clinical faculty and optometry students provide vision screenings and comprehensive eye care to various groups of all ages across the Birmingham metro area and throughout the state.
Care is provided four days a week inside the Jefferson County Department of Health’s Western Health Center in Midfield, Alabama.
Contact the Western Health Center to make an appointment at (205) 715-6121.
With expert faculty in the area of dry eye and ocular surface disease, UAB Eye Care is pleased to offer specialty dry eye services to those who deal with the irritating and often debilitating symptoms of dry eye disease.
Faculty in the UAB Eye Care Pediatric Optometry Service provide exams to assess vision in mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) and sports-related concussion.
Those diagnosed with mTBI and concussions are examined to assess eye teaming and tracking skills, focusing strength and accuracy and objective measures of neuro-ocular integrity, including state-of-the-art pupillometry and optical coherence tomography (OCT).
UAB Eye Care offers pediatric and adult patients prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses for everyday and specialty use.
Our expert opticians are certified by the American Board Certified Opticians and will care for even the most complex eyeglasses prescriptions.
Patients can choose from designer brands, such as Versace, Kate Spade, Vera Bradley, Coach, Costa del Mar, Maui Jim and Ray-Ban.
UAB Eye Care's is pleased to offer one-of-a-kind neuro-optometric care within its Pediatric Optometry Service.
The Vision Therapy Clinic provides treatment for children and adults with eye teaming, focusing and tracking disorders.
These visual conditions include but are not limited to convergence insufficiency, accommodative insufficiency, strabismus, amblyopia and saccadic eye movement (or ocular motor) dysfunction.
UAB Eye Care is the clinical operation for the UAB School of Optometry, an integral part of the UAB Medical Center.
We provide comprehensive eye care services to the community as well as provide training and education for optometry students and resident optometrists.
Our state-of-the-art, multidisciplinary clinic is outfitted with the latest optometric equipment necessary for the accurate diagnosis and treatment of most eye problems.
UAB Eye Care clinicians provide comprehensive services for both pediatric and adult patients in a number of optometric subspecialties.
Currently only Annual Eye Exam and Contact Lens Exam appointments for patients 17 and older can be made online at UAB Eye Care.
If you would like to schedule an appointment with our University Optometric Group, please call (205) 934-5161.