Serving Utahns in Need
Utahns who are uninsured, have low incomes, are experiencing homelessness, or are former refugees need access to affordable eye care and assistance navigating the health care system.
Curable blindness keeps our neighbors from fully participating in society: finding or holding jobs, reading, driving, caring for their children, or engaging in school.
Provide free or low-cost eye exams, surgeries, and eyeglasses on the Navajo Nation and around Utah.
Community Clinics and No-Cost Surgeries
Physicians conduct vision screenings at Salt Lake City’s Fourth Street and Maliheh Free clinics and the People’s Health Clinic in Park City. Patients needing surgery are referred to the Operation Sight Day program at Moran and partner locations statewide. Operation Independent Sight offers vision correction surgery for spinal cord injury patients.
Eye Care for Utahns Experiencing Homelessness and Former Refugees
Moran provides vision screenings, distributes eyeglasses, and makes referrals for charity surgery as part of Project Homeless Connect and through its Hope in Sight® Redwood Outreach Clinic.