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There are characteristics that have made San Francisco an international city of distinction: history and tradition, cultural diversity, unparalleled education and research, knowledge, and a spirit of giving that supports the local community. These characteristics also provide the core values of a superb group of ophthalmologists known as Pacific Eye Associates. Our practice is internationally recognized as the premier private multi-specialty ophthalmology group in San Francisco, with a tradition of excellence that can be traced back nearly a century to the rebirth of San Francisco in the early 1900’s.

We are the only truly comprehensive private ophthalmology practice in San Francisco. Each of our physicians is a fellowship-trained subspecialist in either retina, cornea, glaucoma, uveitis, neuro-ophthalmology, facial reconstruction surgery, oculoplastic and cosmetic eyelid surgery, refractive surgery, cataract surgery and pediatric ophthalmology.

In order to provide this level of excellence, each ophthalmologist at Pacific Eye Associates has completed post graduate study: 4 years of medical school, 4 years of internship and ophthalmic residency training and then 1-3 years of additional subspecialty fellowship training. All thirteen of our ophthalmologists are experienced ophthalmic surgeons and all are members of prestigious national, state and local professional associations. All have been widely published in medical journals and books, and have achieved national and international acclaim for both research and lectures.

Recognizing the impact of cultural diversity among the patients we see, our physicians and staff are fluent in many languages, including Cantonese, Russian, Mandarin, Tagalog, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

As part of our emphasis on the importance of education, our physicians are members of the core faculty for the ophthalmology residency training program at California Pacific Medical Center, and the fellowship programs in retina and oculoplastics for both California Pacific Medical Center and the University of California San Francisco. Additionally, most of our ophthalmologists have provided assistance and training to both physicians and other medical personnel in emerging third world countries with Project Orbis, Rotary and other international agencies.

And locally, our ophthalmologists give back to our community by providing services to patients through the Lions Eye Foundation, San Francisco free clinics and AIDS clinics, Northeast Medical Services, and Healthy San Francisco.