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Kingston Surgery Center
601 Wyoming Avenue
Kingston, PA 18704

Welcome to Kingston Surgery Center!

Built in 1984, the Kingston Surgery Center was the first ambulatory surgery facility in Pennsylvania. The surgeons, nurses and technicians at our center are eye surgery professionals with one clear purpose: to provide you with the highest quality eye care available in an environment where your comfort and convenience are our highest priority. In 1998, the doctors of Eye Care Specialists partnered with the Kingston Surgery Center as part of their commitment to serving Northeastern Pennsylvania.

Thousands of procedures are performed each year at Kingston Surgery Center by some of the region's most prominent and trusted physicians. As part of our commitment to staying on the leading edge of technology, we offer state of the art laser-assisted cataract surgery.

Using cutting edge technology and unparalleled medical expertise, the physicians and staff perform a variety of procedures, including cataract surgery, laser-assisted cataract surgery, retina procedures, glaucoma surgery, and oculoplastics (functional and cosmetic eyelid surgery).

Latest News

What Does it Mean to be a Medicare Certified Surgery Center? 11/25/2014 : Many of these regulations were adapted from and similar to those governing hospitals and other trusted health care facilities.   
Replace Traditional Thanksgiving Dishes with Diabetic-Friendly Alternatives 11/18/2014 : Instead of just passing those heaping bowls of mashed potatoes and sage dressing without putting any on your plate, here are some diabetic-friendly substitutes for those traditional Thanksgiving treats.  
Choosing Healthier Foods Can Prevent Diabetes and Eye Disease 11/11/2014 : During Diabetes Awareness Month, take time to be more aware of the foods you are putting into your body. You can prevent diabetes and preserve your vision one forkful at a time!  
Diabetes and Its Effect on Your Eye Health 11/4/2014 : Excess glucose in the bloodstream can cause many health problems in the skin, kidneys, nerves, feet and eyes. Prolonged, elevated blood sugar can cause the lens of the eye to swell, alter vision and cause significant eye damage.