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Keep your eyes healthy

For all your eye care needs — see the experts at Legacy Devers Eye Institute and see the difference!

A focus on your safety

With the recent events, we recognize that you may be concerned about visiting a medical office. Rest assured that we are doing everything possible to make our space clean, safe and sanitized:
 

  • We schedule additional time between appointments to keep patients apart.
  • We screen everyone — patients and staff — for high temperatures and signs of illness.
  • We ask all our patients to bring and wear a mask.
  • We maintain social distance while you are here to the best of our ability.
  • We follow and exceed national, state and local guidelines on cleaning, disinfecting and providing care.
     


Where to find us

Legacy Devers Eye Institute provides comprehensive eye care services, including diabetic eye exams, at three locations in Portland and Tualatin.

» Legacy Devers Eye Institute–Tualatin
» Legacy Devers Eye Institute–Good Samaritan (Northwest Portland)
» Legacy Devers Eye Institute–Emanuel
(Northeast Portland)

We accept most major health insurance plans. Our staff is happy to assist you with insurance questions.

Keep your eyes healthy and put your mind at ease

Neglecting your eye health when living with diabetes can increase your risk for developing serious eye problems, such as:


  • Cataracts
  • Glaucoma
  • Diabetic Retinopathy
  • Diabetic Macular Edema

Luckily, diabetic eye disease can often be treated before vision loss occurs, with regular eye checkups greatly reducing your risk for these conditions.

Expert care for routine and complex issues

Legacy Devers Eye Institute offers expertise in common procedures, such as cataract surgery and LASIK, as well as specialized care for a range of complicated eye diseases.

Whether you need a diabetic eye exam, complex surgery or a second opinion, our team of experts are here for you. Find out what makes us one of the leading eye centers in the Pacific Northwest.