Welcome Dr. Brian Walker
After an extensive search and rigorous interview process, we are pleased to welcome Dr. Brian Walker to The Eye Center team of outstanding physicians. A comprehensive ophthalmologist, Dr. Walker is qualified to treat a wide range of vision impairments including cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, thyroid and diabetic eye diseases, and eyelid and dry eye conditions. In keeping with our 4-Values, Dr. Walker keeps up with the latest advancements in eye care technology and provides compassionate care for all his patients.
Born in Indiana, and educated in Utah and Texas, Dr. Walker is excited to bring his family to Eugene and enjoy all our area has to offer. We are happy to have him in our community and honored to have him on our team.
World-class ophthalmology: The latest technology and some of the area's top physicians
With locations in South and North Eugene, as well as in Newport and Florence, The Eye Center is a world-class ophthalmology practice offering the latest technology in eye and vision care. Our team of Dr. Haines and Dr. Karren possess a wealth of experience, and a deep commitment to our 4-Values, which ensures you the very highest level of total quality care, as well as an overall engaging and enjoyable experience.
Do you simply need to schedule an appointment, renew your medications, or pay your bill? Visit our Patient Portal, or contact us directly at 541.683.2020 to schedule an appointment. We look forward to serving you!
We Welcome New Patients
We provide comprehensive eye examinations to asses the entire ocular/visual system. Like any other organ system in the body, periodic evaluations are recommended. The examination evaluates the refractive system for the need of correction through the use of spectacles, contact lenses, or refractive surgery. We evaluate the ocular health to rule out pathology such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and other degenerative or acquired conditions of the ocular system. We rule out ocular complications from diabetes, hypertension, and other systemic diseases. We also rule out ocular complications from medications taken for systemic diseases.