Toronto's Eye Care Specialists

Toronto Eye Clinic

Midtown at Yonge and Eglinton

The Toronto Eye Clinic and its team of medical and surgical eye doctors are located in midtown Toronto.

Our goal is to meet the needs of our patients with the highest quality of service and the most up-to-date technology.


Due to COVID-19, our office will be closed until further notice from Public Health.

However, our doctors are still available to take emergency calls and emails.

If you are calling with an urgent ocular concern, please leave us a detailed message or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., stating your name, phone number, name of your eye doctor, and the nature of your ocular emergency. We will do our best to return calls and emails within 24 hours. If you are calling after hours with an urgent concern, please call the Toronto Western Hospital and ask to speak with the ophthalmology resident on-call.

If you would like to order contact lenses, please leave your name and phone number. We will contact you to arrange a direct shipment to your home at no additional cost.

We plan to update this message frequently as the situation continues to unfold.

About the Toronto Eye Clinic

We offer eye exam's, contact lens solutions, laser eye surgery, as well as full service eye diagnostic services.  We have added two lasers for early detection and diagnosis of Glaucoma.  We use the latest HRT3 and OCT tomograph lasers in detection of Glaucoma.  We believe this leads to earlier detection and better treatment and ultimately stopping loss of vision from this silent disease. 

We are conveniently located on the 6th floor of 2200 Yonge Street, at Yonge and Eglinton.  We invite family eye care, and we welcome you.

For an examination time call 416 486-6084 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


  • DR. P. A. SPEARDr. Peter A Spear

    Dr. Spear grew up close to the Toronto Eye Clinic in the Lawrence Park area graduating from Lawrence Park Collegiate.  He did a pre-med BSc in Canada and continued University in Tennessee to get his Doctor of Optometry degree.  Dr. Spear completed his internship at St. Luke's Cataract and Intraocular Lens Hospital in Florida.  He had further training at North-eastern State University in the treatment and management of ocular disease. Dr. Spear has sat on the board of  Glaucoma Research Society of Ontario.  He has been involved as an eye doctor with the Olympic Medical Commission.  He writes on many journals including the editorial board for Health Journal.  Dr. Spear has been selected and duly awarded Gold Key International membership in the highest leadership honour society attainable by an eye doctor. 


    Dr. Somerville received his BSc degree from the University of New Brunswick.  He went to University of Dalhousie for his medical degree and graduated from the University of Toronto with his Ophthalomology degree in 1969.  Dr. Somerville has been in private practice on Bathurst and was head of Ophthalmology at Branson Hospital.  He has joined the Toronto Eye Clinic and teaches part-time at Sunnybrook Hospital.


    Dr. Marcovitch is a native of Toronto and graduated from the Bishop Strachan School.  She completed her Biology BSc. at Dalhousie University and continued on to Boston to earn her Doctor of Optometry degree from New England College of Optometry.  During her professional training, Dr. Marcovitch completed clinical internship rotations at the University of Maryland Eye Center in Baltimore, the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Portland, Oregon, the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center, and New England Eye Commonwealth.  Dr. Marcovitch was accepted for a residency position in primary eye care with an emphasis in ocular disease at Nova Southeastern University in Florida.  There, she worked with clinical faculty in the glaucoma, diabetes and macular disease clinics as well as working closely with neuro-ophthalomologists and retinal specialists.  She was involved with teaching upper year students in the primary care and advanced care clinics and was awarded resident of the year for outstanding contribution to clinical education.  Dr. Marcovitch is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and contributed to professional publications and lectured in continuing education courses. 


    Dr. Hatch has worked part time in clinical practice for over 20 years, and part time in research for over 15.  She completed her optometry degree (1987) and Masters of Science (1994) at the University of Waterloo.  She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Toronto, and has been involved in research projects at Toronto Western Hospital over the past 15 years.  Her research interests have included epidemiology relating to vision, cataract, glaucoma, dry eyes and eyes with allergy.  Dr. Hatch is delighted to be a part of the bright, friendly and collaborative environment of the Toronto Eye Clinic.


    Dr. Kelly is a graduate of the University of Toronto School of Medicine. His ophthalmology training was at Mc Gill University at the Montreal General Hospital and the Montreal Children's Hospital followed by a year's Fellowship at The Institute of Ophthalmology and Moorefield's Hospital in London England. Dr. Kelly is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and surgeons of Canada. His practice has been in Mississauga, associated with Trillium Health Centre since 1971. His practice has been general ophthalmology and for 18 years Dr. Kelly has been teaching medicine students and residents at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto.


    Dr. Lena Moiseiykina first joined the Toronto Eye Clinic team as a high school co-op student from North Toronto Collegiate Institute. She went on to complete her BSc degree from York University, graduating with First Class distinction. She later completed her Doctor of Optometry degree at University of Waterloo, graduating with Honours. Upon graduation, she received the prestigious Dr. Karen Tompa Nowy Memorial Award for compassionate patient care. During her training, Dr. Moiseiykina gained extensive ocular disease and therapeutics experience in Canada and the US, including at the Jesse Brown Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Chicago. Dr. Moiseiykina has also completed a post-graduate residency program in Primary Care and Ocular Disease at Nova Southeastern University in Florida. She had the opportunity to observe multiple ophthalmology sub-specialties, including neuro-ophthalmology, oculoplastics, cornea, ocular oncology, and retina. Dr. Moiseiykina is very pleased to return to the Toronto Eye Clinic after all these years.