College of Optometry Eye Clinics

Welcome to the Pacific University College of Optometry Clinic System

In today's fast-paced world, it's comforting to know that someone still takes the time to care for the quality of your vision and eye health and to clearly communicate regarding your visual status. For more than 70 years, the Pacific University College of Optometry has been in the business of caring for the patients we serve and the optometric students we train.

Located on the Pacific University campus in Forest Grove, Oregon, the College of Optometry is a leader in the field of optometric education, research, and community service. It is the only training program in the Pacific Northwest offering the Doctor of Optometry degree. The College is home to many nationally and internationally recognized eye care professionals and approximately 340 students who come from every state and several foreign nations.

 

Mission Statement

The Pacific EyeClinics serve as state-of-the-art facilities for students to fulfill the vision and eye care needs of the public through instruction, by embracing the full scope of contemporary optometric and visual science, clinical experience, and research. The Pacific EyeClinic staff assists in this educational process by professionally and compassionately coordinating the provision of vision care services by optometric students for all patients.

Our Commitment to Your Care

As part of our mission of community service and professional training, the College of Optometry operates Pacific EyeClinics which are located in Hillsboro, Portland, Cornelius and Forest Grove. Open to the public, these clinics serve as state-of-the-art training facilities providing highly specialized vision services. The clinics are staffed by optometric interns who are in their final years of training. All interns are under the supervision of licensed optometrists.

 

Our specialty services are also available for area optometrists to refer patients for the latest in advanced care, including: therapeutic contact lenses, vision therapy, pediatrics, low vision, neuro-ophthalmic disease, and medical eye care.  For more information.