FAQS


1. Where are you located?

RASU has multiple office locations to meet the needs of patients living in the Southern Utah, Northern Arizona, and Eastern Nevada regions.
Click on the Contact > Locations tab above to be taken to a list of these locations with map and directions on how to get there.

2. Do I need a referral to be seen?

In general, most patients are referred to RASU by local optometrists and ophthalmologists. RASU does not advertise to the general public. However, if you have a known retinal condition and would like to be seen by a local full-time Retina Specialist, we would be happy to evaluate your condition. RASU does not refuse service to anyone. No exceptions.

3. What is a Retina Specialist?

A retina specialist is a physician ophthalmologist who has completed two additional years of medical and surgical training specific to disease of the retina. Specifically the treatment of diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, epiretinal membranes, macular holes, complicated cataracts, retinal detachments, severe trauma, ocular oncology, Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) and uveitis.