When you visit the Moran Eye Center's Comprehensive Ophthalmology Services, our board-certified ophthalmologists provide you with primary eye care and comprehensive evaluations for all types of conditions of the eye and surrounding structures—both routine and urgent. Our comprehensive ophthalmologists meet a range of eye care needs including injury to your eyes, unexpected vision changes, glasses or contact lenses, and treatment for the majority of visual conditions and eye diseases.
If your initial evaluation and diagnosis determines a medical condition that requires a specific subspecialist, we will refer you for advanced care with one of our many top-tier specialists at the Moran Eye Center. If you need ophthalmic surgery, we can refer you to one of our highly skilled ophthalmic surgical specialists.
Eye examinations by our comprehensive ophthalmologists cover evaluation of vision and testing for general eye health, including the following:
- Dry eye
- Corneal disease
- Retinal disease including macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy
- Issues with the eyelids and areas around the eye including pink eye
- Burns and injuries
- Vision correction needs and options
- All other areas of vision and eye conditions
A Note About Insurance: Check with your insurance provider before scheduling a routine exam. Many insurance plans will cover your visit if there is a medical eye problem, but not pay for the exam if it is a routine eye exam. If you have a medical problem (infection, corneal disorders, diabetes, lazy eye, cataracts, glaucoma suspect, dry eye, double vision, and the like), the visit is considered a medical problem and can be billed to the medical plan. If you only need eyeglasses or contacts due to astigmatism or myopia and are not being seen for a medical reason, the visit is considered routine and will only be billed to your insurance if your medical plan includes a vision benefit.
Office visits to an eye care professional are usually categorized as either "routine" or "medical". This terminology has nothing to do with the steps it takes to perform a comprehensive eye exam or the type of doctor who performs the exam. A comprehensive routine vision exam often contains the same elements as a comprehensive medical eye exam.
Dr. Barlow is an experienced comprehensive ophthalmologist and ocular surgeon with a specific interest in cataract and refractive surgery. He has experience performing complex cataract surgery, femtosecond laser cataract surgery, and refractive surgeries, such as LASIK, PRK, ICL, and clear lens extraction using premium intraocular lens technologies... Read More
Craig J. Chaya, MD, practices comprehensive ophthalmology with a focus on the medical and surgical management of routine/complex cataracts and glaucoma at the John A. Moran Eye Center, University of Utah, Salt Lake City. He also practices at Moran’s clinics at the Redwood Health Center and Midvalley Health Center. He is an Assistant Clinical Profes... Read More
Nick Mamalis, MD, specializes in comprehensive ophthalmology including cataract and other anterior ocular surgeries at the John A. Moran Eye Center, University of Utah, Salt Lake City. Dr. Mamalis also practices at the Moran’s Midvalley Eye Center in Murray, and Redwood Health Center in West Valley. As Director of the Ophthalmic Pathology Laborat... Read More
Jeff Pettey is the John Moran Eye Center Director of Education and an Assistant Professor at the University of Utah Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences. Dr. Pettey specializes in complex cataract surgery and complex anterior segment surgery as with post-traumatic eye injuries. He performs all forms of cataract surgery including premiu... Read More
Dr. Wirostko’s clinical expertise is in clinical research and drug development for glaucoma pharmaceutical therapies. Her research interest is in sustained delivery of therapeutics for ocular pathologies and approaching glaucoma through non-intraocular pressure mediated approaches. She is offering comprehensive ophthalmology care as well as glaucom... Read More
Brian Zaugg, MD, specializes in the medical and surgical treatment of corneal and anterior segment eye diseases, including expertise in all types of cornea transplantation, routine and complex cataract surgery (including multifocal lenses and laser assisted surgery), anterior segment reconstruction, pterygium removal, refractive surgery including L... Read More
|John A. Moran Eye Center||65 Mario Capecchi Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
|Midvalley Health Center||243 E 6100 S
Murray, UT 84107
|Redstone Health Center||1743 W. Redstone Center Dr.
Park City, UT 84098
|Redwood Health Center||1525 West 2100 South
Salt Lake City UT 84119
|South Jordan Health Center||5126 W. Daybreak Parkway
South Jordan, UT 84009