Thank you for choosing the University Eye Center at Los Angeles (UECLA) to meet your eye care needs. Our top priority is to provide you with the best optometric services possible so that you can enjoy optimal vision. Please read the following information about our clinic so that we can more effectively meet your needs. If you have any further questions, feel free to ask us.
Who We Are
UECLA is a clinical teaching facility of the Southern California College of Optometry at Marshall B. Ketchum University that offers excellent comprehensive eye care for the community. Our clinicians work under the close supervision of distinguished optometric and medical faculty.
Conveniently located near the USC campus and the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, UECLA has been serving the community for over 100 years.
The Southern California College of Optometry at Marshall B. Ketchum University, one of the finest colleges in the country, was founded in Los Angeles in 1904 and moved to Fullerton in 1972. It is the third oldest optometry college in the United States and is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council on Optometric Education (ACOE) and Western Association of Schools & Colleges (WASC).
What We Offer
Using state-of-the-art equipment and techniques, UECLA provides superior eye care that includes:
The University Eye Center accepts most major vision insurance plans. For your convenience, we also accept payment by most major credit cards. Please contact our Center for more information: 323.234.9137.Vision Plans:
- March Vision Plan
- Vision Service Plan
- Blue Shield
- Health Net of California
The University Eye Center is a Vision Service Plan Provider.
Transportation and Parking
We are conveniently located only a few blocks from the USC Campus and the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (map). Free parking is available on the south side of the Center for our patients. There is also a convenient bus stop at the corner of South Broadway and Martin Luther King Blvd., a short distance from the Center. Several ground transportation routes for the Metro bus line are accessible.
August is National Children’s Vision and Learning Month
One out of four children struggle with reading and learning because of undiagnosed vision problems. It is estimated that over 60% of problem learners have undiagnosed vision problems. The majority of the vision problems that interfere with reading and learning are very treatable. Read more.
In Spanish: Mes Nacional DE LA VISON & EL APRENDIZAJE INFANTIL
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