Eye Clinics

The Low Vision Clinic

The Low Vision Clinic provides examinations, patient teaching and low vision aids to people with vision loss. A community optometrist and vision rehabilitation professional from the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) provide this professional service.

To learn more about the Low Vision Clinic, visit the CNIB web site: http://www.cnib.ca

The Orthoptic Clinic

Orthoptists are ophthalmic health professionals who perform examinations to detect anomalies of binocular vision and the oculomotor system. They provide therapy to restore comfortable binocular vision for both children and adults.


The Eye Bank of Saskatchewan

The Eye Bank of Saskatchewan's Regina Laboratory, is also located in the Eye Centre. Eye Bank personnel help to acquire corneas for patients requiring corneal transplant, and are instrumental in the retrieval, examination and documentation process, as well as monitoring the health of the recipient's cornea.

Eye Centre professionals and ophthalmologists work with the Eye Bank at the Saskatchewan Transplant Program in Saskatoon. An Eye Centre professional also participates as a member of the Saskatchewan Coalition for Organ Donor Awareness (SCODA).

To visit the SCODA web site click here.

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