About the UCLA Laser Refractive Center Facility

The Laser Refractive Center and the Anterior Segment Diagnostic Laboratory are housed in the Cataract and Refractive Surgery Suite on the 2nd floor of the Edie and Lew Wasserman building. The building is located at 300 Stein Plaza on the UCLA campus on the Northeast corner of Westwood Boulevard and Le Conte Ave.

The Wasserman building is a state-of-the-art structure designed by Richard Meier & Partners architects, the firm that designed the Getty Center and many other famous Los Angeles landmarks. It features an energy efficient concrete, steel, and glass design that maximizes the use of natural sunlight. The waiting room of the Cataract and Refractive Surgery Suite has a beautiful view overlooking the medical campus.

The Anterior Segment Diagnostic Laboratory is equipped with the latest diagnostic equipment for imaging the eye including a Tracy Technologies iTrace, Zeimer Galilei G6, Oculus Pentacan HR, Haag Streit slit lamp camera, and several posterior segment OCT devices.

The Laser Refractive Center treatments rooms are equipped the latest laser equipment including Zeiss VisuMax and Abbott iFS femtosecond lasers and an Alcon WaveLight EX500 excimer laser. The Center is also equipped with a variety of microkeratomes.