COVID - 19 Update

We are open and seeing patients on a limited schedule.

At Macy Eye Center, our top priority is protecting the health and safety of our patients, visitors and staff. We are happy to answer any questions or concerns about coming in to the office.


We have instituted strict safety measures for the office as follows:

* Doctors and staff will be wearing KN95 masks and gloves. Patients will also be required to wear a mask. 

*Everyone entering the facility will be required to have a temperature check, including all staff members. 

* Hand sanitizers will be placed throughout the facility.

* We will be limiting the number of patients in the office and the waiting area. Please do not bring visitors unless you need assistance.

*Breath shields have been installed on all our slit lamps to provide a barrier while examining your eyes.

*A deep cleaning in the exam rooms will be performed after every patient.

Stay Well and we will see you soon under the safest circumstances possible!

In order to ensure that all our patients have access to the care they need, Dr. Macy will be offering virtual consultations. If you would like to schedule a consultation or have any questions, please contact us at 310-657-2777 or send us a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Expert Eye Care 
Vision and Lives

Welcome to Our Practice

The Macy Eye Center was created to provide the highest quality eye care in Los Angeles, CA. We pride ourselves on treating patients professionally. We treat every patient as family, as we would expect to be treated. Each person comes to our office as an individual and we recognize the unique needs of each person. The goal of our efforts is to offer expert, honest opinions to all questions. In that environment, appropriate care decisions can be made.

From our family to yours,
Dr. Macy and the entire Macy Eye Center Team

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Incredibly well run office. The staff were very professional and friendly. Dr.Macy is one of the best opthamologists in his field. Extremely professional, knowledgeable and warm. His educational training is formidable and it shows.

By Anita T.

Meet Dr. Macy

Photo of Dr. MacyDr. Jonathan Isaac Macy grew up in New Jersey. He earned his BA (Phi Beta Kappa) and MD at Boston University. After training in Ophthalmology at the Doheny Eye Institute of the University of Southern California, he established the Macy Eye Center adjacent to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. In addition to a busy office and surgery practice, Dr. Macy is an Associate Clinical Professor at both the USC and UCLA Schools of Medicine. He is the President of the Beverly Hills District of the Los Angeles County Medical Association. As the author of more than 100 Abstracts, Book Chapters and Papers, Dr. Macy has delivered more than 300 lectures around the world. He is a nationally recognized expert in cataract surgery, LASIK and medical legal matters.

Dr. Macy's Expertise


A cataract is a clouding of the eye’s natural lens that affects almost all of us as we age. Cataract removal is one of the safest and most effective surgical procedures.


In addition to teaching at both USC and UCLA, as well as publishing and speaking, Dr. Macy participates as principal investigator in a variety of research studies that involve both new and existing medications.


Dr. Macy is recognized as a national expert in medical legal matters. He has been certified by the State of California as a Qualified Medical Evaluator (QME). He is often consulted in matters of personal injury, corporate liability, and medical malpractice. Dr. Macy‘s advice is frequently sought by venture capital entities and investment houses regarding emerging products and technologies.

In the News

New Lens Technology

Illustration of the anatomy of the eyeDuring cataract surgery, the eye’s natural lens is removed and replaced with a permanent lens implant called an intraocular lens (IOL). Traditional monofocal IOLs are designed to correct vision near or far. A new generation of IOLs, Multifocal and Accommodative, allow both distance and near objects to be seen clearly. For patients with astigmatism, new technologies allow us to treat the cataract and correct the astigmatism at the same time. 

Illustration of an eye undergoing LASIKLASIK

LASIK to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism has evolved dramatically over the past 20 years. The laser is used to reshape the cornea, on the surface of the eye. All-laser LASIK is now available. The procedure time has been reduced to less than 30 seconds in most cases. 


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Dr. Macy saved my eyes and I couldn't be more thankful. He is so knowledgeable and is really experienced at what he does. I highly recommend him for an ethical eye expert.

Danielle E.


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8635 W 3rd St
Ste 360W
Los Angeles, CA 90048

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