The Clinics

Mobile Eye Clinic


Designed, produced, and funded by New Zealanders, the Mobile Eye Clinic is the first of its kind in the Pacific region. It’s a state-of-the-art, 11.5 metre facility, which travels around Viti Levu, Fiji, to provide sight-saving services to people in need.

Enquiries via Pacific Eye Institute/CWM Eye Clinic

Brown St, Suva
(+679) 3100 424

Opening hours

Monday – Thursday: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Friday: 8:00am – 4:00pm
Saturday – Sunday: CLOSED


In 2015 we launched the Mobile Eye Clinic to help address the staggering demand for eye care services in Fiji. The Mobile Eye Clinic provides services right across Fiji’s main island, Viti Levu.

With a full range of medical equipment aboard, the Mobile Eye Clinic is a one-stop shop for free eye checks, spectacles, cataract surgery, and services for a range of other eye conditions.

“To help someone to see was a tremendous feeling and with medical and technological advances we have greatly increased the ability of eye doctors to give that help.”
– Professor Fred Hollows

We have consistent outreach dates throughout the year. This increase in services created the need for a dedicated village screening team. The team go to smaller neighbouring villages to screen patients for eye problems right on their doorsteps, and refer them to the nearby Mobile Eye Clinic as needed. This was very successful and is now a permanent service.

In November 2017 the FIJI Water Foundation made the incredibly generous donation of a prime mover truck — giving the Clinic its own means of transport. This gift will not only give the Clinic greater reach throughout Fiji but will also increase its reliability and cost-effectiveness by removing the need to hire a transporter and eliminating the ongoing cost involved in doing so.


Key Achievements

In 2023, the Mobile Eye Clinic:

  • performed 8,535 consultations
  • provided 717 eye surgeries
  • dispensed 2,938 spectacles
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