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Eye Health and Diseases - Central West

Regular eye examinations and protecting your eyes from injury are important to good eye health.

Opticians and Optometrists are eye health professionals.

For more services that serve people with diseases and conditions that cause vision impairment, see Blindness and Impaired Vision.

These services serve all or part of Central West
Dr A I Kravetz - Eye Physician and Surgeon  
89 Humber College Blvd W, Suite 112, Etobicoke, ON  M9V 4B8
Headwaters Health Care Centre - Ophthalmology Service  
100 Rolling Hills Dr, Orangeville, ON  L9W 4X9
Prism Eye Institute - Brampton  
7700 Hurontario St, Suite 605, Brampton, ON  L6Y 4M3
Uptown Eye Specialists - Brampton  
7900 Hurontario St, Suite 401, Brampton, ON  L6Y 0P6
William Osler Health System - Diabetes Care - OTN Retinal Screening Program - Brampton  
Centre for Complex Diabetes Care, 2250 Bovaird Dr E, Suite 302, Brampton, ON  L6R 3J5
William Osler Health System - Diabetes Care - OTN Retinal Screening Program - Etobicoke  
Diabetes Education Centre, Medical Office Building, 89 Humber College Blvd, Suite 224, Etobicoke, ON  M9V 1R8
416‑747‑3400 ext 33293

These services are located outside of Central West, but provide service to Central West.
CNIB - Bruce, Dufferin and Grey - Vision Loss Rehabilitation Ontario  
908 2nd Ave E, Suite 202, Owen Sound, ON  N4K 2H6
CNIB Ontario - Halton and Peel Office  
Sussex Centre, 50 Burnhamthorpe Rd W, Suite 300 (Reception) and 421, Mississauga, ON  L5B 3C2
Eyebank of Canada (The) - Ontario Division  
Kensington Health, 340 College St, Suite B100, Toronto, ON  M5T 3A9
Ontario Association of Optometrists - Eye See...Eye Learn  
20 Adelaide St E, Box 16, Suite 801, Toronto, ON  M5C 2T6
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