Overview of Eye Clinic
The Eye Clinic at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin treats about 7,500 children from birth to age 18 each year. Patients come from Illinois, upper Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin to receive premier, comprehensive pediatric ophthalmologic and orthoptic care.
Our staff specializes in caring for children and many have advanced degrees and training. Our doctors are trained and certified in pediatrics and devote their entire practice to treating children with all eye-related conditions or disorders, as well as adults with eye muscle
We offer diagnosis and treatment for:
- Strabismus (eye misalignment)
- Amblyopia (lazy eye or vision)
- Nasolacrimal duct obstruction
- Congenital cataracts
- Congenital glaucoma
The Eye Clinic offers a full spectrum of services, including:
- Ophthalmic genetics
- Amblyopia and motility clinics
In addition, the Eye Clinic sees patients from other Children's Hospital specialty clinics, including Genetics, Diabetes, Oncology, Neurology and Rheumatology.