With over 30 years of experience, Institut Català de Retina is an ophthalmological, medical and surgical centre. Our aim is to prevent, diagnose, treat and control diseases affecting the eye, the visual system and ocular adnexa.
ICR Group comprises more than 250 professionals. The centre, with over 85 ophthalmologists, is divided into different departments and units, that are home to different subspecialties.
ICR offers comprehensive ophthalmic care, covering all specialisation areas and offering treatments that range from general routine eye examinations to complex surgical procedures. The centre uses the latest technological advances from diagnostic testing to laser, surgical and therapeutic treatments. Moreover, the centre provides a 24-hour eye emergency service.
ICR is made up of a team of professionals, whose members have extensive experience, and are able to treat even the most complex cases. In addition, ICR has a research department which places the centre among one of the leading ophthalmology centres. The centre holds the accreditation of the European Vision Institute (EVI) allowing the development of international clinical researches, whose aims are to develop and foster research of the highest quality in the field of ophthalmology.
Another of ICR’s strengths is teaching. The centre has developed well-stablished master courses on surgical ophthalmology, as well as training programmes for resident physicians and student doctors alongside Universitat Internacional de Catalunya’s Faculty of Medicine.
All this, added to the continuous learning, health care protocols we develop, and congresses and weekly clinical sessions organized at the centre, allow us to provide our patients with access to new treatments. Innovative techniques used at the ICR are based on our extensive research and investigations.
At ICR, we base our patient care on the diligence and professionalism of our health care team, setting personal and customized care as a priority and putting our 30 years of experience and know-how at our patients’ disposal.