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Our Services

The Eye and Vision Center at MCPHS University is a multi-specialty optometry service providing patient-centered eye care to the central and western Massachusetts community. Our services range from comprehensive eye examinations to the treatment and management of corneal diseases with specialty contact lenses.

The Eye and Vision Center offers the following services:

  • Comprehensive Eye Exams: A thorough assessment of your vision and eye health
  • Pediatric Vision Exams: A gentle assessment of infants, toddlers, and school-age children vision and eye health
  • Vision Therapy: Therapy for eye teaming difficulties, amblyopia and strabismus, and post-concussion symptoms
  • Contact Lenses: Evaluation and fitting for all types of contact lenses including lenses for astigmatism, bifocal/multifocal lenses, myopia control, cosmetic eye colors as well as gas permeable corneal and scleral contact lenses for medically indicated treatment of corneal and ocular surface disease. Learn more about contact lenses here. 
  • Anterior Segment Eye Disease: Evaluation, treatment and management of red eye, ocular allergy, dry eye disease, and corneal foreign body, as well as treatments using Prokera and other therapeutic membrane applications
  • Cataract and refractive surgery: Co-management of surgical procedures and post-operative follow-up
  • Glaucoma: Diagnosis, treatment and long-term management of Glaucoma
  • Low Vision Exams: Exams for adults and children with vision loss from conditions like macular degeneration, glaucoma, stroke and inherited eye diseases
  • Vision Rehabilitation: Lifestyle enhancement for patients with severe vision loss
  • Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Diagnosis and treatment using unique methods

Questions about our services or looking for more information? Contact the Eye and Vision Center at 508.373.5830.


Eye & Vision Center
MCPHS University
Worcester Campus
10 Lincoln Square
Worcester, MA

Open Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Appointments: 508.373.5830

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