A state-of-the art referral center dedicated exclusively to the diagnosis and treatment of retinal disease. Dr. Jamison Ridgeley
of Pacific Retina Center is committed to providing compassionate and personalized care.
Our team will work side by side with your doctor to ensure that you have the best possible care for your retinal condition.
What is a retina specialist?
A retina specialist is an ophthalmologist who has received additional fellowship training in diseases and surgery of the vitreous and retina. We commonly treat diabetic eye disease, vitreous hemorrhage, macular degeneration, retinal detachments, uveitis, macular holes, epiretinal membranes, and ocular tumors.
Known as ARMD, Macular Degeneration can cause painless, loss of the central vision as we age. There are two main types of Macular Degeneration (Dry and Wet), and you may qualify for treatment depending on the nature/severity of your condition.Book Now
Direct trauma to the eye and/or orbit can cause damage to the sensitive tissues of the eye. If you have experienced significant trauma to your eye resulting in bruising, blurred vision, and/or pain, please seek medical attention immediately.Book Now
Diabetes can cause severe vision loss in several different ways. Leakage from damaged blood vessels can cause swelling in the central vision known as Diabetic Macular Edema. Damaged blood vessels can also impair blood flow (ischemia) to sensitive retinal cells. Bleeding in the eye (vitreous hemorrhage) can occur to due to the body’s attempt to repair damage by growth of new, harmful blood vessels (neovascularization).Book Now
All surgery has inherent risks. Cataract Surgery is one of the most commonly performed surgeries in the United States. Rarely, complications may arise that require further intervention/surgery to reduce the chance of vision loss.Book Now
A retinal detachment is the separation of the retinal tissue in the back of the eye away from it’s blood supply. There are several different types of retinal detachments including those caused by diabetes, systemic conditions, and trauma. There are also several methods to fix retinal detachments including in-office treatment (pneumatic retinopexy), scleral buckling (placing a band around the eye), vitrectomy (removal of the vitreous gel with use of a gas/oil bubble), and adjunctive laser treatment.Book Now
Board Certification: American Board of Ophthalmology
Medical Education: University at Buffalo School of Medicine
Internship: University at Buffalo, General Surgery Internship
US Navy: General Medical Officer, USS Comstock, Homeport San Diego
Residency: University at Buffalo, Ophthalmology
US Navy: Staff Ophthalmologist, Yokosuka Naval Hospital, Japan
Surgical Retina Fellowship: Wake Forest University Eye Center
Dr. Jamison Ridgeley is an experienced, board certified Vitreo-Retinal Surgeon specializing in private practice retinal care since 2014. Desiring to be closer to his family, he relocated to the Pacific Northwest in 2016 and has provided all aspects of medical/surgical retinal care in the Seattle Metro area. He has participated in numerous clinical trials for sight threatening conditions such as diabetic retinopathy. His areas of specialization include macular degeneration, diabetic eye disease, ocular trauma, complications of cataract surgery, and retinal detachment. Dr. Ridgeley maintains several professional memberships including the American Society of Retina Specialists, the American Academy of Ophthalmology, and the Washington Academy of Eye Physicians and Surgeons.
Outside of work, Dr. Ridgeley enjoys spending time with his wife, Jen, and his two children, Graeham and Everett.
Pacific Retina Center
Mon - Fri
8:30 am - 5 pm
Sat - Sun
*by appointment only
Phone: (253) 236 – 5720
Fax: (425) 988 – 0168
1412 SW 43rd St. Suite 206 Renton, WA 98057Book Appointment Now
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Pacific Retina Center | Ophthalmologist in Renton, Seattle | Vitreo-Retinal Surgeon | Macular Degeneration | Ocular Trauma | Diabetic Eye Disease | Secondary Intraocular lenses | Retinal Detachment