UK Ophthalmology is happy to inform you that we have
a new clinic location – and a new name!
View campus map (PDF, 65 KB).
Beginning Monday, March 20, all eye appointments will be in our state-of-the-art new location within the Shriners Hospital for Children on the UK HealthCare campus.
For more information or to make an appointment, call 859-323-5867.
UK Advanced Eye Care provides specialty services for ocular diseases and eye disorders at clinics throughout Kentucky. See all
outreach locations »
Central Kentucky Radio Eye (CKRE) is an independent, local non-profit radio reading service where volunteers read printed materials including newspapers, magazines and other consumer information for people who have lost the ability to read. CKRE broadcasts 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Shaista Vally, OD
Shriner's Hospital for ChildrenFourth and Fifth Floors110 Conn TerraceLexington KY 40508
Call 859-323-5867Fax 859-323-8510
(Primary eye care and all subspecialty eye care)
Starting March 20, appointments will be scheduled at the new Shriner's location.
UK HealthCare Parking Garage (Parking Structure #8) is directly behind Shriner's Hospital for Children.
Kentucky Clinic South2400 Greatstone PointLexington KY 40504-3274
Directions to Kentucky Clinic South »
UK HealthCare at TurflandFirst floor2195 Harrodsburg RoadLexington KY 40504-3504
Call 859-323-5867Call 800-333-8874Fax 859-323-5608
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(Primary eye care)
Learn more about the Optometry and Optical Shop at Turfland »
View or print a PDF map of the area »Directions to UK HealthCare Turfland »
outreach locations »
Read articles by our about our physicians below:
Line of Sight issue 4 (PDF, 242 KB) »
Line of Sight issue 3 (PDF, 252 KB) »
5 questions about age-related macular degeneration
Dry eye is common and easily treated
Could your contact lens habits put your eyes at risk?
Dr. Conklin First in Region to Perform Cutting-Edge Eye Surgery
UK Leads in Laser Vision Correction
Combating Computer Vision Problems - an article from Kentucky Living
UK Announces Results of Diabetic Eye Study
American Foundation for the Blind-Midwest
American Academy of Ophthalmology
American Academy of Optometrywww.aaopt.org
Association for Macular Diseases
Glaucoma Research Foundation
National Association for the Visually Handicapped
Prevent Blindness America