Have a question after hours?  Eye Center of Houston accepts calls at 713-903-2277 during the following times.
Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 9:00pm
Saturday – Sunday: 8:00am – 5:00pm

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Eye Center of Houston Cares

Learn more about our commitment to helping those in need.

Volunteerism is a core value here at Eye Center of Houston, and Dr. Faheem Inayatali created his practice with the intention of giving back to the community. We hand out gifts, bond with the children, and hand out vouchers for free eye exams; We host blood drives at our location and attend others around Houston, and we host other community events aiming to raise awareness of the importance of eye health and overall health.

Eye Center of Houston is proud to show that the practice serves many people in need in the Houston area and abroad. Dr. Inayatali believes in the duty to help where he can and seeing the reaction on a patient’s face when they receive a donated pair of glasses is the ultimate reward.

To learn more about Dr. Inayatali’s commitment to Philanthropy in Eyecare, listen to this podcast.  The podcast highlights:

  • the social responsibility to give back to those in need of quality eye care
  • how in underserved areas, a lack of eye care can lead to additional health issues
  • how a small donation of eyeglasses can impact so many

Eye Center of Houston is also strongly committed to welcoming ALL who enter.  Read about the practice’s commitment to diversity in this featured article in the Houston Chronicle.


Eye Give Sight – “Help a child see tomorrow”

Dr. Inayatali is the chief medical officer of his non-profit organization, Eye Give Sight.  Founded in 2016, Eye Give Sight bridges the gap for those who do not qualify for any type of healthcare coverage. To date, Eye Give Sight has assisted over 1,000 Houstonians who needed the gift of sight to have a chance at life with quality eye care and a simple pair of glasses.

Learn more about Eye Give Sight here.

Here’s how you can help:

  • Donate $10 next time you’re in the office!  This covers an eye exam and glasses to an individual in need.
  • Donate a gently used frame: A child or adult receives a free eye exam and glasses voucher.
  • Be in the loop with text messages and photos from inception to delivery!

Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center – Commit For Life

The Eye Center of Houston has teamed up with Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center to organize blood drives at our location and help out the community through donations as well as promotion of our Blood Drive events. These events happen quarterly and you can keep track of our next community blood drive with Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center through our Facebook and Instagram accounts.

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