Okulistyka Weterynaryjna Marcin Lew

+48 606 917188, +48 515 147 177, Olsztyn, ul. Martyniaka 8 (wejście od ul. Wawrzyczka) okulistyka.lew@gmail.com

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Referring Vets

Information on cooperation


Phone consultations

Not all your clients are willing, or have the possibility, to be sent to a specialist. Please, feel free to contact us any time in order to discuss your ophthalmologic case.

What can you expect from us?


Providing the best care and service for the patients and clients is possible only through the constructive cooperation between a referring doctor and a specialist. It can be achieved through effective, on time and harmonious communication. Northern Poland Animal Eye Center Lew is obliged to maintain good relations with referring doctors.

Moreover, after each phone call devoted to the discussion on a particular case and doctor’s recommendations, and after every case referred to us, we will send a reference report within 24 hours in a format that suits you (e-mail, letter).


Dr Lew, before he became a surgeon and ophthalmologist, began his work as a small animal general practitioner, so he is aware of the difficulties and challenges connected to the everyday life in a veterinary clinic. Northern Poland Animal Eye Center Lew will treat you and your team with respect and honesty. You can be sure that each case referred to us will receive proper care and sympathy. Baring in mind that you play the essential role in a long-term treatment of a patient, Northern Poland Animal Eye Center Lew will do its utmost to honor the relations between you and your clients.

Outgoing internships/Veterinary continuing education

If you are interested in CE, or having you clinic visited by dr Lew, or your personnel trained by him in terms of the basic ophthalmologic examinations using ophthalmoscope, slit lamp or tonopen, please contact us via e-mail or phone. We will be happy to arrange such meetings.

Dr Lew and Northern Poland Animal Eye Center would like to kindly thank you for the current fruitful cooperation and wish you and themselves further successes and dealing with difficult challenges set up by veterinary ophthalmology.