Welcome to World Class Retina Care

Our practice was established in 1980 in central Phoenix. Since then, we have grown to include more than 35 locations throughout Arizona, providing improved access to the highest quality medical care. We are proud to have become Arizona’s largest and most experienced ophthalmology practice focused specifically on the diagnosis and management of the retina and vitreous.

At RCA, we believe in providing you with professional, attentive, and personal care while utilizing the latest technology and treatments. We accept new patients every day, and urgent or emergency referrals are seen the same day.

Find Your Location Today

Take charge of your eye health!

Making healthy choices and getting regular eye exams can help reduce a person’s risk of vision loss. we encourage everyone to take charge of their eye health and preserve their sight by following some simple tips.

Click here for more!

Latest News From RCA

Dr. Pravin U. Dugel Treats First Patient with KSI-301

We are pleased to share that the first patient in Kodiak’s phase I trial was treated by Dr. Pravin Dugel of the Retinal Consultants of Arizona.   The injection was uneventful.  Day 2 assessment was within normal limits with no signs of inflammation and with clear ocular media. Kodiak is A Phase I Open Label, Multi-center… Read More »

Dr. Derek Kunimoto Discusses the CentraSight Implantable Telescope – AZTV Phoenix

Dr. Derek Kunimoto visits the AZTV studios to discuss CentraSight’s Implantable Telescope for people with end-stage macular degeneration (wet and dry). For more information, call 602-222-2221 or visit www.CentraSight.com. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the most common cause of severe vision loss in patients over 65. This condition involves a breakdown of the macula, the central… Read More »

Ocular Surgery News: Treatment of DME poses complex choices, strives to overcome limitations

Dr. Pravin U. Dugel – Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, June 25, 2018 Unmet needs and new options There are unmet needs for DME, mainly related to the high rate of poor responders and the burden of frequent injections. “There are still patients that have suboptimal improvement, so better efficacy is still an unmet need.… Read More »