The Department is equipped with the latest diagnostic tools and a state-of-the-art operating floor. We provide care for a wide range eye problems from common complaints to rare conditions that require treatment not available elsewhere in the region. The clinic operates as a level 3 referral center.
The Department is equipped with 68 beds for inpatients (60 adult, 8 pediatric), with an additional one-day surgery ward. Annual turnover is 7000 patients. The outpatient unit treats more than 210-225.000 patients yearly.
The Department also provides emergency service for urgent eye problems.
The Department is involved in the following research projects: – Treatment of corneal and ocular surface diseases – Experimental studies on wound healing after excimer and femtosecond laser therapy – Modern diagnostic and treatment options of keratoconus. Surgical technics of lamellar and perforating keratoplasty – Pathomechanism and treatment of glaucoma – New methods and techniques in cataract operations, evaluation of surgical success – Radiological and surgical treatment of ophthalmological neoplasms – Research on the genetic background of ocular diseases – Development of amblyopia – Research on the development and therapy of retinal diseases – Electrophysiology and treatment options of retinal dystrophies – Endonasal dacryocystorhyonostomy – Special aspects of ophthalmic anesthesia – Ophthalmic drug research and development
Research projects include participation in several (Hungarian and international) multicenter clinical trials, as well.