About the Program
California Pacific Medical Center - Department of Ophthalmology has a long tradition of caring for patients, training residents and fellows, as well as philanthropic and research activities.
The Ophthalmology Department has been serving the eye care needs of our community since 1885. Our mission is to continue to offer high quality cost-effective services in a compassionate environment stimulated by education and research support.
The full range of diagnostic and treatment modalities are available in the department of Ophthalmology. Residents and faculty combine to perform over 2500 major ophthalmic procedures each year, including cataract surgery, retina detachment repair, glaucoma filtering surgery, blepharoplasty, strabismus repair and corneal transplantation.
The Frank Stein and Paul S. May Center for Low Vision Rehabilitation at California Pacific Medical Center, directed by Donald Fletcher, M.D., offers a comprehensive approach to rehabilitating individuals with visual impairments.
In whatever setting our work is performed, education is at the core of our mission to provide outstanding eye care, not just for today, but for the future.
Department of Ophthalmology
711 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 250
San Francisco, CA 94102
Kevin Denny, M.D.
Kasra Eliasieh, M.D.
Department Vice Chair
J. Michael Jumper, M.D.