Southern Cross Invercargill Hospital - Ophthalmology (Eye Surgery)
Private Surgical Service, Ophthalmology
Southern Cross' Invercargill hospital was originally established in 1919. It was bequeathed to Southern Cross in 1992 - and a new hospital was built and completed in August 1994.
The hospital is a top class facility in a very pleasant inner city location, situated opposite Queens Park.
Our hospital offers patients quality care and features comfortable patient rooms with pleasant surroundings and close by cafes for family and support people to access.
Our promise is a quality-driven and friendly service and we offer our patients excellent, modern facilities, and access to a range of elective surgical and specialist services including general surgery, gynaecological surgery, breast surgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, orthopaedic surgery, otolaryngology, gastroenterology and endoscopy services, urology and vascular surgery.
Procedures / Treatments
A tiny incision is made in your eye and the cataract is broken up into small pieces using ultrasound vibrations.… More
Laser Refractive Surgery: LASIK and PRK laser treatments are used to correct refractive or focusing errors by reshaping the cornea.… More
Treatment is aimed at improving drainage of the excess fluid in the eye.… More
This procedure typically involves making a small cut (incision) in the fold of the upper eyelid and shortening or reattaching the stretched or weakened eyelid lifting muscle. More
Laser: can be used to mend tears, seal leaking blood vessels or reattach minor retinal detachments.… More
An incision (cut) is made in the lining of the eye (the clear film that covers the eyeball).… More
Weekdays 8:00 to 20:00
Weekends 8:00 to 20:00
The Invercargill City Council provides good public transport information. See here
Over 20 parking spaces are provided for patients and visitors.
(03) 211 2260
(03) 211 2261
108 Deveron Street
108 Deveron Street
PO Box 1502
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