Ophthalmology Department

303-440-3049

8:00 AM-5 PM, Monday-Friday
Closed Saturday-Sunday
*However, specific days and hours for each provider may vary.

If you have a touch tone phone:

Press 1 for Appointments with either Physician
Press 2 for Contact Lens Information
Press 3 for the Optical Department/Eye Glass Information
Press 4 for Emergency or Operator Assistance

Ophthalmology involves the evaluation and treatment of disorders of the eyes. Routine examinations for adults and children as well as medical and surgical management of eye diseases are the focus of this department.

Did you know…
Boulder Medical Center’s Optical Shop

Boulder Medical Center has a full-service Optical Shop that offers routine eye exams, specialty eye care, and a large selection of eyewear to meet your needs and match your lifestyle. We are known for our friendly service and expertise with helping patients select the “perfect” frame.  We are always willing to adjust your glasses at no charge and we perform many types of repairs. Please stop by the Boulder Medical Center Optical Shop and say hello and look around. Located at our Broadway facility. Click Here For Optical and Eye Glass Services

Click Here to see the Questionnaire Before Cataract Surgery

Conditions treated by Ophthalmology

  • Glaucoma
  • Cataracts
  • Eye surgery
  • Aging macular degeneration
  • Diabetic retinopathy
  • Misalignment of the eyes
  • Strabismus
  • Eye infections. Pink eye, red eye, iritis, uveitis

Recent Ophthalmology Posts

by Dr. Ken Kreidl, Ophthalmologist at Boulder Medical Center. April is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month and I wanted…read more

A new intraocular lens for cataract surgery, called the Symfony Lens, has just been FDA approved, and it is quickly…read more

She shuffled into the exam room in La Clinica Maxeña in Santo Tomas La Union, Guatemala, slowly and supported by…read more

A cataract is a cloudy lens that causes a decrease in vision over time.  Cataract surgery is available to remove…read more

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Medical Providers for Ophthalmology

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