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341 Medical Loop, Ste 120

  Roseburg, Oregon  97471

541.672.8288

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Welcome

At Umpqua Valley Eye Associates, our ophthalmologists are always accepting new patients and referrals.

 

Dr. Seely and Dr. Gregg’s primary goal is to assist you in maintaining the health of your eyes.

 

For your convenience, we also have a full service optical store to assist you with your eyewear needs.

Patient Portal

Centennial Medical Group is proud to announce the new Patient Portal where patients are able to schedule appointments, access their records and pay bills - all online.

 

The new Patient Portal helps you manage your healthcare easily and securely.

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Meet Our Providers

Dr. Brad Seely, MD is a board-certified Ophthalmologist who graduated from Albany Medical College of Union University in Albany, New York.

Dr. Patrick Gregg, MD is a board-certified Ophthalmologist who graduated from Medical College of Pennsylvania/Hahnemann School of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Our Services

  • ROUTINE AND MEDICAL EYE EXAMS

    We provide comprehensive routine and medical eye exams including testing for glaucoma, cataracts, diabetic eye disease and macular degeneration.

  • HIGHLY SKILLED SURGEONS

    highly-skilled surgeons performing surgery for cataracts, glaucoma, eye injuries and plastic surgery of the eyelids.

  • OCULOPLASTIC SURGERY AND RETINAL SPECIALISTS

    Our office is pleased to have the services of oculoplastic surgery and retinal specialists available in our office on weekly basis.

  • CONTACT LENS

    Our highly skilled assistants provide fitting and supply of contact lenses.

  • OPTICAL STORE

    Our optical store employees are here each day to assist you with all of your eye-wear needs.  We feature a broad selection of stylish glasses and sunglasses and offer the latest in lens technology.

FYI - Things To Know

Diabetics need a comprehensive eye exam annually.

Recommendations by the ADA and the AAO are that every diabetic receive a dilated exam every year.  This allows for proper examination of the retina.  The doctor will look for swelling near the macula, which is the functional center of the retina.  The goal is to prevent swelling in this area and preserve your vision.