Department of Ophthalmology
Led by Joan W. Miller, MD, the Mass. Eye and Ear/Mass General Department of Ophthalmology is an internationally renowned center for ophthalmology treatment and research.
Patients seeking care will be seen at Mass. Eye and Ear in Boston, which is connected to the Mass General main campus. Mass. Eye and Ear specialists work closely with physicians at Mass General to provide both routine and complex care, as well as a seamless experience.
- Comprehensive ophthalmology and cataracts
- Inherited retinal disorders
- Laser vision correction/refractive surgery
- Ocular immunology and uveitis
- Ocular oncology
- Ophthalmic plastic surgery
- Optometry and contact lenses
- Pediatric ophthalmology
- Thyroid eye disease and orbital surgery
- Vision rehabilitation
Patients with eye emergencies or eye trauma may see trained eye trauma specialists in Mass. Eye and Ear’s Emergency Department 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Mass. Eye and Ear physicians and scientists also have Harvard teaching appointments and are leading research to find new methods of prevention, treatments and cures. In addition to their focus on patient care, the Mass. Eye and Ear team has one goal: to cure the diseases that cause blindness.