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Retina-Vitreous Associates is a subspecialty practice devoted to diseases and surgery of the retina and vitreous, i.e. diabetic retinopathy, aged macular degeneration, and retinal detachment.
Our Houston location is at 1200 Binz, in the museum district, immediately north of the Texas Medical Center. We have several satellite locations, in space that is designated for our use by general-surgical ophthalmologists or therapeutic-trained optometrists. These peripheral locations are fully equipped for diagnostic photography and, if necessary, for retinal laser coagulation.
We have over 24 satellite locations that extend from Huntsville, 70 miles north of Houston, to Lake Jackson, which is 50 miles to the south. We also service the Beaumont-Port Arthur-Orange triangle near the Louisiana state line. And to the west, we provide care for retina-vitreous patients in Richmond, Sealy, and Bellville (click here to view all our locations).
Retina-Vitreous employees provide Spanish speaking capability. The physicians and staff provide easily understood information and literature regarding retinal diseases. Patient education is our highest priority and as a result of those efforts, the effect of treatment is enhanced. Our efforts are gauged by the degree in which vision is maintained and restored.
When surgery becomes a necessary part of the therapeutic care we provide, the operative procedure is performed on an out-patient basis at Park Plaza, Methodist or St. Luke’s Episcopal hospitals. Following the operation, routine care is resumed at the satellite facility.
The Binz office is our primary location and it is at that location to which all telephone calls are directed. Our staff of nine dedicated and highly trained employees provide prompt and efficient service. They work with the physicians in a team of approach. The field of retina-vitreous disease and surgery is dynamic and ever changing. Physician and technician alike must be well informed of each and every emerging treatment option. Our mission is to merge the advantages and disadvantages of all existing therapies and obtain the best ocular health for our patients
Retina Vitreous AssociatesMain Office
Plaza Medical Center
1200 Binz, Suite 400
Local: (713) 528-1122
Toll-Free: (800) 638-0114
Fax: (713) 528-7930