Eye 35 Ambulatory Surgery Center

San Antonio’s premiere outpatient care facility.

17005 IH 35 N
Schertz, TX 78154

MISSION STATEMENT & GOALS

Eye 35 Ambulatory Surgery Center’s mission is to deliver the highest quality ophthalmic surgical care with courtesy, comfort and compassion for our patients.

We aim to combine timely care with the most advanced technology to deliver the best outcomes.  Our surgeons and staff are dedicated to lifelong learning, and above all, we strive to treat out patients as we would our friends and family.

DIRECTIONS

From San Antonio:

  • Take I35 north towards Schertz
  • Exit 174B / Schertz PKWY & take a left on Schertz PKWY
  • Pull into Baptist Hospital parking lot.  We are located on the north side of the Hospital
  • Our parking lot is connected to Baptist Hospital

From New Braunfels:

  • Take I35 south towards SA
  • Exits 174B / Schertz PKWY, we are located on the right, prior to the intersection of Schertz PKWY
  • We are on the northside of Baptist Hospital, our parking lot is connected to Baptist Hospital

Eye 35 shares a building with Focal Point Vision which provides clinical eye care services

Eye 35 ASC

What to Expect

Before Surgery

  1. Speak with a patient counselor to discuss questions and concerns, verify insurance coverage, and confirm date/time of your surgery appointment.
  2. Arrange for a friend or family member to accompany you to Eye 35 ASC.
  3. Make sure you have ordered post-operative eye drops through Focal Point Vision (or you received the prescriptions).

Day of Surgery

  1. Arrive at the surgery center at your assigned time and check in at the front desk.
  2. Go through pre-surgery prep, vitals check, eye drops and twilight sedation.
  3. Undergo surgery (typically lasts 20 -40 minutes) and recover from sedation.
  4. Recap surgery with nursing staff in the post-op area, during which time vitals are checked, a snack is provided, and post-op instructions are reviewed.
  5. Return home and rest for the remainder of the day.

After Surgery

  1. The next day, see the doctor for your first day follow-up visit (You will need a driver).
  2. Diligently follow the eye drop protocol provided to prevent infection and promote healing.
  3. Expect some minor eye discomfort and itching. Remember DO NOT touch, wipe, rub or put pressure on the operated eye. A clean, warm, damp washcloth may be gently applied to eyelids if needed.
  4. Be prepared to experience some blurriness that will clear up in the coming days. Other normal side effects include: occasional irritation, blurry vision, redness, scratchiness, and a dark arc in your peripheral vision.
  5. Contact your Focal Point Vision surgeon if you have any other questions or concerns.
  6. Do not swim for 7 days.
  7. It is OK to shower, just close the surgical eye when water hitting face. It is ok to pad dry the eyelids and around the eyes.
  8. Do not wear eye make up for 7 days.
  9. Refrain from rubbing your eye for a month following surgery.
  10. Schedule upcoming follow-up visits and surgery for second eye, if indicated

EYE 35 SERVICES

Eye 35 Ambulatory Surgery offers a variety of surgical services including the following common surgical procedures.

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Standard Cataract Surgery

Removal of cataract and implantation for distance correcting (IOL) intraocular lens. In most standard cases this is 10-15 minutes procedure with micro incision without the need for sutures.
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Advanced Lens Cataract Surgery

Removal of cataract or clear lens and implantation of an advanced (IOL) intraocular lens. Advanced lenses assist patients with less spectacles use for near, intermediate, astigmatism and distance vision. There are several types of advanced IOLs and your surgeon will advise if patients are good candidates for advanced IOL prior to surgery. In most cases this is 10-15 minute procedure with micro incision without the need of sutures.
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Cornea Procedures

There are several types of cornea procedures Dr. Maverick and Dr. Lehmann are conducting at Eye 35. Some of these procedures are corneal transplants and treatments of several corneal diseases.
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Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS)

Along with cataracts our surgeons are able to use shunts and other devices to reduce the dependence of glaucoma medications

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The EYE 35 Team

Our surgeons at Eye 35 ASC have a vast amount of experience and expertise in the procedures we perform.
We specialize and are focused on eye care and only conduct eye procedures at Eye 35.

KEN MAVERICK, MD

Dr. Maverick is a fifth generation native of San Antonio, having returned to his home after many years of ophthalmology and corneal and refractive surgery training.

He is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and pursues his interests in topics such as complex optics, advanced intraocular lenses, corneal transplantation and refractive surgery. He was asked by the American Academy of Ophthalmology to author the refractive surgery chapter of the Eye Care Skills software, the primary source of content for teaching other physicians about new technologies in refractive surgery.

JAMES D. LEHMANN, MD

Dr. Lehmann is a board-certified eye surgeon who specializes in cataract, corneal and refractive surgery. He is a graduate of Seguin High School and the University of Texas at Austin (Plan II). After completing his residency and fellowship at the UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas in 2007, he returned to South Texas to join Focal Point Vision. Over the last six years, the Consumers Research Council has named Dr. Lehmann as one of “America’s Top Ophthalmologists.”

Linda Yang, MD

Dr. Yang specializes in comprehensive ophthalmology including the medical and surgical management of ocular disease.

Dr. Yang was born and raised in Houston, TX and graduated with honors from Clear Lake High School. She attended Rice University where she graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics. She then attended the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston to obtain her medical degree and fulfill a medical internship. She completed her ophthalmology residency at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas.

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EYE 35 Ambulatory
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OFFICE HOURS
MON | 6:30A – 3:00P
TUE | 6:30A – 3:00P
WED | 6:30A – 3:00P
THU | 6:30A – 3:00P

17005 IH 35 N
Schertz, TX 78154
210-888-5200

Eye 35 ASC

17005 IH 35 N
Schertz, TX 78154
210 922 3600