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West's Best Eye Care
by EddieB , 08/10/2012
Since I have had chronic dry eye syndrome (complete loss off eye tears - water, oil and surfactant) after my second adult stem cell transplant with a following case of rejection, Graft v. Host Disease (GVHD), I have had my eyes treated and a trusted care plan that has saved my vision. Facility is easy to find as it is directly south of Intermountain Primary Childrens Hospital. Easy access using Trax light-rail Red Line as the Red Line ends directly across the street (Red Line to University). I have never been rushed out or left with unanswered questions. Doctors are very busy and have few clinical days as they also are involved in research with the University of Utah. They also take trauma call for the University of Utah Hospital, so very infrequently my appointment has been late. Usually, I must arrive 30 minutes early so that I am there as soon as they can see me. This is a teaching facility, so if your doctor is accompanied by a visiting specialist or a Medical School student doing their Internship or Fellowship don't be upset, and if you want the individual to step out and be with just your physician just mention that you would like them to step out. I figure that since this Eye Center trains the doctors, they must have excellent doctors. My experience with them is excellent.
I expected more
by col psoas , 04/18/2011
My call to set up an appointment was answered by a tremendous jerk. The guy was so incredibly unhelpful IN EVEN SCHEDULING AN APPOINTMENT that I can't possibly imagine how they treat people in there. They don't care about you or are willing to answer even ONE question.If this is nothing but treating people like an inconvenience I will certainly be taking my business elsewhere and suggest you do the same.
Difficult to work with...
by can-u-see-me-now , 03/05/2010
Don't expect much flexibility from them regardless of how dire your situation may be. I had a job interview today which are hard to come by these days. Left my glasses at home and did not care to drive in the limited winter visibility, thank goodness my wife and I carpooled. In any case, the Contacts department refused to let me purchase an older prescription (1yr expiration) of my contacts unless I made an appointment. They would not even part with a sampled pair despite being a fellow employee. So even after scheduling an appointment the contacts would need to be ordered only to arrive a few days late and many dollars short.Do not get me started on their lens pricing either...you'd think this was Beverly Hills, Utah. 2 Stars - The service ended before it even began.
Moran Eye Center
by momof 4 , 03/13/2009
The people at the Moran Eye Center are very kind and friendly. The doctors are the absolute best! I would recommend it to anyone. I like the fact that many of the doctors are also researchers and they are developing treatments for many eye disorders. The view of Salt Lake City is also outstanding.