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Bascom Palmer Eye Institute

Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at Naples

Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at Naples

Naples is home to Bascom Palmer’s newest eye care and surgery center. Located on US-41, four miles north of downtown Naples, the new 20,000-square-foot state-of-the-art eye center offers an extensive array of clinical and surgical services as well as clinical trials to patients living in Southwest Florida. Free parking is available.


3880 Tamiami Trail North
Naples, Florida 34103



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Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at Naples

The Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at Naples is located near the downtown business district at the intersection of US-41 and Cypress Woods Drive, conveniently close to I-75. This two-story, 20,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art eye center provides easy accessibility for patients throughout the entire west coast of Florida.

Bascom Palmer’s dramatic expansion in Naples doubles the number of ophthalmologists on staff and provides more than six times the current amount of clinical space for the treatment of virtually all eye diseases and disorders. The additional space allows Bascom Palmer to expand the number of clinical research trials offered to patients. The center includes full‑time specialists for all ocular diseases, including macular and corneal diseases, cataracts and glaucoma.

Building the Future

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The building’s magnificent architectural design was inspired by the spirit of optic science, with an emphasis on transparency and natural light. The steel-and-glass exterior offers views of the tropical landscape from the first- and second-floor waiting areas. Emphasis on aesthetics, lighting, exterior views, seating, furnishings, regional artwork, indoor climate, and accessibility ensure a comfortable patient experience.

Ways to Give

To make a gift, please visit the Ophthalmology Research Foundation.