Retina Eye Hospital is situated in Warsaw. It is a modern medical institution with an excellent team of consultants. We have been present on the medical market since 2004. We have carried out over 4,000 ophthalmic surgeries, a few hundred examinations of angiography and ultrasound, and have seen over 8,000 patients.
The word retina, which is also the name of our hospital, comes from the Latin word rete, which literally means 'net'. Retina is a thin layer lining the inner surface of the eye and it is thanks to retina that we are able to see. And for us ophthalmologists it is most important that the patient can see. For this purpose our team use both the knowledge gained at trainings in Poland and abroad, and their multi-year experience.
We have adopted a non-standard approach to eye diseases and are distinguished by innovative solutions and a friendly attitude towards patients. We support our knowledge and experience with examinations performed with the most advanced ophthalmic equipment.
We offer complex diagnostics and surgery of eyeball and socket with particular emphasis on retinal and vitreous diseases. We take care of patients suffering from diabetes, age-related macular degeneration (AMD), as well as those after retinal vein occlusion and with retinal degeneration and detachment.
Ophthalmic Diagnostics and Microsurgery Piotr
Address: Gimnazjalna 1, 01-634 Warszawa
and Cieszkowskiego 1/3 m. 79/80, 01-636 Warszawa
"I will be leaving Warsaw in a couple of days - it was an unbelievable experience for my husband and I. The staff are second to none - I was happy that my surgeon spoke English and made me feel at ease when I was so nervous in the operating room. I am still having water fall down my cheeks, but they are tears of happiness - I'm so glad I came and had the procedure!"
Lila Cugini, Canada
"I went on a journey to Poland for health and received a treatment like nothing I've experienced in the past. Now I'm on a new journey of health and healing, I really feel like I've gone back in time and regained my health. I just feel so lucky on so many levels."
Darrell Foster, Canada