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Ocular Disease and Imaging Service

Eye diseases like glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy can pose a serious threat to your vision. The good news is that regular care can allow for early diagnosis of many of these diseases, and prevent, treat or slow down their progression. 

The care you receive in our Ocular Disease and Imaging Service is based on the most current clinical standards. By combining our experience with the latest in technology, we're able to offer you advanced eye care for many eye conditions, including:

  • Glaucoma
  • Dry eye
  • Macular degeneration
  • Diabetic retinopathy
  • Other optic nerve and retinal diseases 

The following clinics can be found within the Ocular Disease and Imaging Service:

  •  Ocular Health Clinic
  •  Acute Care Clinic
  •  Imaging Clinic
  •  Electrodiagnostic Clinic

Appointments for Ocular Disease and Imaging Service must be made by phone. 

Please call 519-888-4623.

What to expect at your appointment

Eye care during COVID-19

Location and Parking

Did you know?

Regular examinations catch eye diseases before they do serious damage.

Meet our Ocular Health team

  • Dr. Nadine Furtado

    Clinical Associate Professor; Ocular Disease and Imaging, Clinic Head

  • Dr. Olivia Ricci

    Clinical Instructor

  • Dr. Rachel Amaral

    Clinical Instructor

  • Sandip Randhawa

    Staff Optometrist

  • Angela .

    Patient Care Coordinator

  • Janice Mesenbrink

    Patient Care Coordinator

  • Anthony Nwokoro

    Imaging Technician