Get your eyes checked for free at the mobile eye clinic

Fiji’s first mobile eye clinic is now open for business and we want you to step aboard to get your eyes checked! It’s a world-class clinic where anyone experiencing eye problems can have an eye test and be treated for a range of conditions by our friendly eye doctors, nurses and technicians.

What is the mobile eye clinic?

It’s a large mobile truck and trailer unit which will travel to regional communities in Fiji, providing sight-restoring services to anyone who needs help with their eyes. The mobile eye clinic is built to international medical standards and is of the same quality as similar clinics operating in Queensland, Australia and in New Zealand.


Who is it for?

The clinic is open to everyone. Bring your friends and family, everyone is welcome!

The 2017 schedules of the dates and locations for the Mobile Clinic is as follows.


30 January  - 3 March


6 March - 31 March


3 April - 5 May


8 May – 16 June


27 June – 4 August


7 August- 8 September


11 -15 September


18 September - 20 October


6 -24 November


How do I book in?

To book in and get your eyes checked, please contact the local hospital and make a booking. Walk-in patients are also welcome.


Will I have to pay?

All eye checks, treatments and surgeries are provided free of charge, though there may be a small cost for purchasing eyeglasses (if required).

At Wainibokasi Hospital: phone 34707521 / 3477195

At Korovou Hospital: phone 3430044 / 3430032


At Navua Hospital: phone 3460090 / 3460181

What should I expect?

Our eye nurses will do an eye test to find out what your sight is like. Depending on your eye condition, we’ll be able to provide a range of treatments including surgery if necessary. There may be a bit of a wait on the day, so do bring plenty of food and water.


Who runs the clinic?

Our eye care services are delivered by friendly, professional trained staff from the Pacific Eye Institute in Suva. The clinic represents a successful partnership between The Fiji Ministry of Health, the Pacific Eye Institute and The Fred Hollows Foundation NZ.

News & Updates

Two of the Fred Hollows Foundation NZ’s best ophthalmologists have been recognised as Eye Health Heroes by the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB),

Following the departure of Dr Jim Stewart, PEI’s second director, near the end of 2015, Dr Biu Sikivou took up this role in August 2015.

  • Feb 15- Feb 24      ------ --Wainibokasi Hospital
  • March 29- April 22  ------ Suva Settlements (Waileya & Nanuku) 
  • Feb 15- Feb 24      ------ --Wainibokasi Hospital
  • March 29- April 22  ------ Suva Settlements (Waileya & Nanuku)