Ophthalmology

Florida Medical Clinic’s Department of Ophthalmology provides full-service eye care to our community. Our board certified providers evaluate virtually every eye-related condition in a comfortable and convenient environment and specialize in everything from annual eye exams to macular conditions and pediatric ophthalmology.

Florida Medical Clinic ophthalmologists specialize in the evaluation and treatment of cataracts, incorporating the latest technology and innovations in eye care.  They provide personalized care and treatment options, including Femtosecond Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery, AcrySof intraocular lens implants, no-stitch cataract surgery and YAG laser capsulotomy.

Our doctors are dedicated to providing patient-centered, comprehensive eye care.  They are specially trained in their areas of interest and several have been recognized with awards including Tampa Magazine Top Docs, Tampa Bay Metro Best Doctors and Best Cataract Surgeons in America.

To schedule an appointment with Florida Medical Clinic’s Department of Ophthalmology, please complete our convenient online appointment request form.

Proudly Serving: Land O’ Lakes, New Tampa, North Tampa, and Zephyrhills.

New Tampa - 15260 Amberly Drive Tampa, Florida 33647

New Tampa

15260 Amberly Dr
Tampa, Florida 33647


New Tampa

15260 Amberly Dr
Tampa, Florida 33647

Ophthalmology Care Team at this location:
Also at this location:
North Tampa - 13602 North 46th Street Tampa, Florida 33613

North Tampa

13602 N 46th St
Tampa, Florida 33613


North Tampa

13602 N 46th St
Tampa, Florida 33613

Ophthalmology Care Team at this location:
Also at this location:
North Tampa - 14014 North 46th Street Tampa, Florida, 33613

North Tampa

14014 N 46th St
Tampa, Florida 33613


North Tampa

14014 N 46th St
Tampa, Florida 33613

Ophthalmology Care Team at this location:
Zephyrhills - 38135 Market Square Zephyrhills, Florida 33542

Blogs

Ophthalmology

Have you noticed unusual changes in your vision, such as blurriness or patchy blind spots? If so, glaucoma may be to blame. Glaucoma refers to a group of diseases that damage the eye’s optic nerve—the nerve that transfers visual information to the brain and plays a key role in eyesight. If left untreated, glaucoma can […]

Ophthalmology

Dry eye syndrome occurs when a person’s eyes don’t produce enough tears, or their tears evaporate too quickly. Dry eye syndrome is extremely common with more than 16 million Americans affected according to the National Library of Medicine. There may be as many as 6 million additional Americans living with this condition who have not […]

Ophthalmology

A common cause of blurry vision, associated with age related changes in the human eye, is the development of cataracts. Typically, the clear and flexible natural lens focuses light rays onto the retina, which then transforms these rays into electrical signals that travel to the brain to produce precise visual images. Unfortunately, over time the […]

Ophthalmology

Annual Eye Examinations: Why are they important?

Mark L. Arey, MD

Having an annual eye exam is one of the best ways to preserve your eyesight and protect your health. Even if you have 20/20 vision, you can still benefit in many ways from this relatively simple and highly effective screening test. The Benefits of Annual Eye Exams Better Vision First, consider that your brain can […]

Ophthalmology

What is Laser Cataract Surgery?

Mark L. Arey, MD

Cataract surgery itself is a two-step procedure; the cloudy cataract is removed and a clear artificial lens is then implanted. Learn more from Dr. Mark Arey, board-certified ophthalmologist and specialist in premium cataract surgery.
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