Providing You with Exceptional Care.
Improving the way you see things can only lead to a better quality of life. At Eye Associates Northwest, we work hard to preserve and improve the vision and health of each and every one of our patients. Our team of board certified physicians, optometrists and licensed opticians are among the finest, and we work hard to be your trusted choice in eye care professionals. Our mission is to provide outstanding quality eye care by delivering exceptional medical and surgical care and achieving optimal patient outcomes through the most effective use of advanced technology, continuing education, and access to multiple sub- specialists. Our patient’s needs, desires, goals, and values drive our approach to eye care. Our team approach enables us to treat patients for their total eye care needs. Welcome to our practice.
With a team comprised of ophthalmologists, optometrists, and opticians, we are able to provide the best in care to our patients. Our areas of expertise include:
- Comprehensive Routine Eye Care
- Diseases of Retina and Vitreous
- LASIK & Refractive Surgery
- Cataract Surgery
- Diseases of Cornea
- Plastic, Reconstructive and Orbital surgery
- Facial and Aesthetic Surgery
- Macular Degeneration
Over 100 years of experience
100,000+ Patients served last year
Eye Associates Northwest is proud to be the first in the Seattle Area to offer laser-assisted cataract surgery using the LenSx platform. With this technology, we are bringing the best in safety and performance to our patients for the best possible visual outcome. See the differences in this video:
Ballard & Surgery Center
1455 NW Leary Way
Suite 300Seattle, WA 98107
1101 Madison Street
Suite 580Seattle, WA 98104
1101 Madison Street
Suite 600Seattle, WA 98104
We provide state-of-the-art technology, advanced precision processing and the highest quality materials and designs. We have a wide selection of frames and contact lenses for every need.
We believe that the great care goes hand-in-hand with each patient being empowered to know as much about their disease as possible. We have a growing library of easy-to-read informational pages about a host of common eye problems.