About this Facility
Ophthalmology Associates of the Valley is located in West Hills, California and depending on traffic, it is about 30 minutes from downtown. Our West Hills office is easily accessible from everywhere in both the San Fernando Valley and the Conejo Valley. It is particularly convenient to West Hills, Calabasas, Woodland Hills, Canoga Park, Northridge, Agoura Hills, Westlake Village and Thousand Oaks for our patients who may not wish to drive to the Encino Office. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology and an optical center for eyeglass fitting and dispensing, our West Hills location provides all of your vision needs in one convenient spot. As soon as you walk in, our front office staff works quickly and diligently to help check you in. Additionally, they can answer any questions you may have about billing or scheduling. During a short wait, patients can relax in a comfortable armchair and read a magazine or watch patient education TV. Once we are ready for you, we will walk you back to a private exam room to assess your vision and discuss any concerns or needs you might have. Throughout your appointment, our goal is to ensure you feel knowledgeable and comfortable with your treatment options. Please let us know if we can help you with anything during your time with us.
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