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The Eye Institute is located in the Oak Lane section of Philadelphia, PA. Since 1978, The Eye Institute has been a valuable vision care resource for the community and an important teaching facility for the University's Pennsylvania College of Optometry. The Eye Institute’s doctors, residents and interns provide quality eye care for nearly 40,000 patient visits annually. Satellite offices are located in, Chestnut Hill, East Falls and Norristown. For an appointment, call 215.276.6111.

The Pennsylvania Ear Institute is located on the Salus University main campus in Elkins Park, a suburb of Philadelphia. This state-of-the-art facility provides comprehensive audiology services to pediatric and adult patients as well as clinical education for our students. Services include pediattric and adult hearing care, comprehensive hearing evaluation, balance evaluation, fitting and repair of hearing aids, cochlear implant services, tinnitus and hyperacusis management, hearing protection, auditory processing evaluation and audiologic and vestibular rehabilitation.  For more information or to make an appointment, call 215.886.8660.

The William Feinbloom Vision Rehabilitation Center,  located at The Eye Institute, specializes in low vision and rehabilitative services. The Feinbloom Center provides adaptive equipment, rehabilitative services, and information to patients who have experienced vision loss from congenital ocular conditions and diseases such as age-related macular degeneration or glaucoma. For a low vision screening call, 215.276.6060 or email

The Speech-Language Institute is located on the main campus of Salus University, in Elkins Park, PA. SLI provides comprehensive speech-language pathology services while serving as a clinical training site for our graduate students. The state of the art clinic offers full pediatric and adult assessments with individual and group intervention sessions and support groups for clients and parents/caregivers with deficits related to: speech, language, feeding and swallowing, voice, stuttering, accent modification, social communication and interaction, and assistive technology. For more information or to make an appointment, please call 215-780-3150 or email


Salus University’s high quality education and accredited degree programs prepare our students to be leaders and caring practitioners.