Welcome! Salus University operates three clinical facilities that serve patients for eye care, ear care, and services for low vision and low vision rehabilitation. Click the links at the left to go directly to the correct site, or click the links below.
The Eye Institute( www.teivision.com) is located in the Oak Lane section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For nearly 30 years, The Eye Institute has been an important teaching facility. The Eye Institute’s 50 doctors, residents and students provide high quality eye care for nearly 40,000 patient visits per year. Satellite offices are located in the Chestnut Hill and Falls Center sections of Philadelphia. Main number: 215.276.6000. For an appointment, call 215.276.6111.
The Pennsylvania Ear Institute(PEI website) 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, and clinical education for our students. Services include hearing assessment, provision of hearing aids and assistive listening devices, electrophysiologic and balance testing, and audiologic and vestibular rehabilitation. For more information or to make an appointment, call 215.886.8660.
The William Feinbloom Vision Rehabilitation Center(www.teivision.com/services_low_vision.htm) specializes in low vision and rehabilitative services and is located at The Eye Institute. 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 1.800.433.EYES(3937) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Salus University’s high quality education and accredited degree programs prepare our students to be leaders and caring practitioners as optometrists, audiologists, physician assistants, and practitioners in education and rehabilitation for the blind and visually impaired.