Kellogg Eye Center
The University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center is known for providing exceptional eye care to patients who visit us from every part of the country and around the world. Our ophthalmologists have expertise in all aspects of eye care and eye disease, bringing the latest medical, surgical, and research advances to benefit patients with eye disease or impaired vision.
Kellogg’s areas of specialty include the Thyroid Eye Disease Center, Ocular Oncology, Retinal Dystrophy, and subspecialty care in Pediatric Ophthalmology. Our comprehensive and subspecialty clinics serve patients seeking the most effective treatments in glaucoma, retinal disease, cataract, corneal disease, trauma, and diabetes-related eye disease. With our primary location in Ann Arbor, we have eight community offices to serve patients in surrounding communities.
Kellogg’s faculty and staff are united in a single purpose: to improve patients’ lives by curing, treating, and preventing eye disease.
To make an appointment, please call 734-764-4190 or any of the clinics listed below.
If you have an emergency, please call 734-936-6267 and ask for the ophthalmologist on call. You also may go directly to the University of Michigan Health System Emergency Room (See map - emergency rooms on this map are marked with a red cross).
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
We have two patient parking lots, both adjacent to the building. M40 is on the south side of the Kellogg Eye Center and offers space for drop-off and pick-up and valet parking. If you park in this lot, please use the south entrance. Additional patient parking is available in the front rows of parking lot M50 on the north side of the building. If you park in this lot, please use the east entrance, which is located directly off of Wall Street.
All patient parking at the Ann Arbor location is free of charge in the areas designated specifically for patients. See the map below.
Specifically marked handicapped parking spaces are located in both patient parking lots.
Patient parking lots M40 and M50 are designated in blue.