Board Certified, American Board of Ophthalmology
Dr. Jordon Lubahn was named one of Portland's Top Doctors in 2017 by Portland Monthly Magazine.
Dr. Jordon Lubahn is a fellowship-trained cornea and external disease specialist with expertise in corneal transplantation and advanced cataract surgery.
"I try to treat all my patients like family. And it's the relationships I have the privilege of developing that make this profession so amazing."
Dr. Lubahn is an ophthalmologist that specializes in advanced cataract surgery, cornea and external disease, corneal transplantation (full-thickness transplants and partial thickness procedures), manual small incision cataract surgery, secondary intraocular lens placement, ocular surface cancer treatment, and management of difficult corneal and scleral infections. He also cares for general ophthalmology patients and performs routine vision exams for glasses and contact lenses.
Patients are seen at several offices on the east side of Portland. He operates at the following hospitals/facilities:
-Providence Portland Medical Center
-Adventist Medical Center
-EyeHealth Northwest Eastside Surgery Center
-Legacy Mt. Hood Medical Center
-Providence St. Vincent Medical Center
-Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center
Dr. Lubahn joined EyeHealth Northwest in 2013.
He attended the University of Michigan for college and was a four-year student-athlete on the Men's Rowing Team. After college, he taught high school science and coached track with Teach For America in inner-city Houston. He stayed in Texas to attend medical school and ophthalmology residency at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. He then made the move to Miami, Florida where he completed his cornea and refractive surgery fellowship at the #1-ranked Bascom Palmer Eye Institute.
In his free time, he enjoys being with his wife and daughter, traveling Oregon (with frequent trips to the coast and Bend), hiking (Wahkeena Falls and Dog Mountain are favorites), running, surfing, biking, and canoeing (he canoed the entire Mississippi River on a solo trip in 2003). He competes in the Portland Triathlon annually.
|Cornea & Refractive Surgery
Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, Miami, FL
|Preliminary Internal Medicine
Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas, TX
Doctor of Medicine
|Bachelor of Science in Cellular & Molecular Biology
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
|2012-Present||State of Oregon, Active Status|
|2014||Board Certified, American Board of Ophthalmology|
|2009||Completion of USMLE Steps 1, 2, and 3|
|American Academy of Ophthalmology|
|American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery|
|American Medical Association|
1. Lubahn, Jordon G, Culbertson, William W. “Question 17: When Should I Perform a Second Procedure in Patients With Flap Striae?” Curbside Consultation in Refractive and Lens-Based Surgery: 49 Clinical Questions. Eds. Bonnie An Henderson, Sonia Yoo. Thorofare: Slack, 2015. 61-4. Print.
2. Lubahn JG, Donaldson KE, Culbertson WW, Yoo SH. Operating times of experienced cataract surgeons beginning femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery. J Cataract Refract Surg 2014;40:1773-6. PMID: 25217069
3. Lubahn JG, Kankariya VP, Yoo SH. Grid pattern delivered to the cornea during femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery. J Cataract Refract Surg 2014;40:496-7. PMID: 24439954
4. Lubahn JG, Lee RK, Karp CL. Resolution of conjunctival sessile hemangioma with topical timolol. Cornea 2014;33:99-100. PMID: 24270678
5. Diakonis VF, Kankariya VP, Woreta F, Yoo SH, Lubahn JG, Kymionis GD, Srur L. Refractive and topographic fluctuations due to intracorneal ring segments motility. J Refract Surg 2014;30:140-2. PMID: 24256573
6. Lubahn JG, Reinecke SM, Bowman RW, Verity SM, Blomquist PH. The effect of incision technique in reducing intraocular pressure after cataract extraction. The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), Annual Meeting 2012 (poster).
7. Lubahn JG, Mootha VV. Phenotypic variability of hereditary benign intraepithelial dyskeratosis in a unique family from Texas. The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), Annual Meeting 2011 (poster).
8. Sharma PS, Lubahn JG, Donsky AS, Yoon AD, Carry MM, Grayburn PA, Wood PB, Ko JM, Burton EC, Roberts WC. Fatal cardiac sarcoidosis with extensive extracardiac involvement. Proc (Bayl Univ Med Cent) 2009;22:236-8. PMID: 19633746
9. Coleman M, Lubahn JG, Chitkara P, Aronowicz J, Brooks P, AlBdoor M, Lieu P, Butsch R, Adams-Huet B, Nesbitt SD, Kooner KS. Circadian intraocular pressure and blood pressure fluctuation in primary open angle glaucoma. National Medical Association, Annual Convention and Scientific Assembly 2008 (poster).
10. Lieu P, Brooks P, Lubahn JG, Chitkara P, Coleman M, Aronowicz JD, Albdour M, Adams-Huet B, Cho BJ, Kooner KS. Symptoms of autonomic dysfunction in primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG). The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), Annual Meeting 2008 (poster).
11. Dani DL, Lubahn JG, Dale, JD, Rosenberg RN, Stuve O, Warnack WR. Purtscher’s retinopathy in a postpartum patient with hypertensive encephalopathy. American Academy of Neurology, Annual Meeting 2008 (poster).
12. Aronowicz JD, Lieu P, Lubahn JG, Coleman M, Brooks PA, Chitkara P, Al-Bdour MD, Kooner KS. Role of central corneal thickness (CCT) in circadian intraocular pressure (IOP) fluctuations in patients with mild to moderate primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG). American Glaucoma Society, Annual Meeting 2008 (poster).
13. Melby SJ, Zierer A, Lubahn JG, Bailey MS, Cox JL, Schuessler RB, Damiano RJ Jr. Normal quality of life after the Cox-Maze procedure for atrial fibrillation. Innovations Phila Pa 2008;3:142-6. PMID: 19777083
14. Melby SJ, Gaynor SL, Lubahn JG, Lee AM, Caruthers SD, Williams TA, Schuessler RB, Damiano RJ Jr. Efficacy and safety of right and left atrial ablations on the beating heart with irrigated bipolar radiofrequency energy: a long-term animal study. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 2006;132:853-60. PMID: 17000297
15. Zierer A, Melby SJ, Lubahn JG, Sicard GA, Damiano RJ Jr, Moon MR. Elective surgery for thoracic aortic aneurysms: late functional status and quality of life. Ann Thorac Surg 2006;82:573-8. PMID: 16863767
16. Lubahn JG, Sagalowsky AI, Rosenbaum DH, Dikmen E, Bhojani RA, Paul MC, Dolmatch BL, Josephs SC, Benaim EA, Levinson BS, Wait MA, Ring WS, DiMaio JM. Contemporary techniques and safety of cardiovascular procedures in the surgical management of renal cell carcinoma with tumor thrombus. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 2006;131:1289-95. PMID: 16733159
17. Voeller RK, Melby SJ, Lee AM, Lubahn JG, Al-Dadah AS, Schuessler RB, Damiano RJ Jr. A new method of non-invasive measurement of left atrial function after the Cox-Maze procedure. International Society for Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic Surgery, Annual Meeting 2006 (poster).
18. Lubahn JG, Sagalowsky AI, Dikmen E, DiMaio JM. Contemporary surgical management of tumor thrombi in renal cell carcinoma. Texas Academy of Internal Medicine, Annual Meeting 2004 (poster).
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As part of your examination with us today, your pupils may be dilated. With dilation, most people experience light sensitivity and difficulty with near vision (such as reading). Some individuals also have difficulty seeing in the distance. The effects of the dilation can last several hours.
Laser Vision Correction Surgery:
To find out more about Laser Vision Correction Surgery, click on the Laser Vision Correction section of our web site or call Dr. Jordon Lubahn's Laser Vision Coordinator at: 503-261-7262
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Thank you to Dr. Lubahn who recently gave me 20/20 vision for the first time in my life! I have had severe astigmatism in my left eye and have worn glasses for as long as I can remember. Even with glasses, I could only read the Big E on the eye chart. I then began to develop cataracts and Dr. Lubahn performed a wonderful surgery that has entirely changed my life. He replaced the lens in the left eye with the new Toric lens . He is such a fine surgeon and I so highly recommend him to anyone with poor vision. The day after surgery when Dr. Lubahn removed the eye shield.... I walked outside into a beautiful new world that I had never seen before. I sat and cried on the bench out front for 15 minutes. I am so grateful and happy to have had this surgery during my lifetime. The new Toric lens is amazing! Do go and see Dr. Lubahn for you will be in the very best of care!- Yelp Review
I had a terrible pain and discomfort in my right eye while I was visiting Portland, Oregon, so my friend took me to see Dr. Lubahn. Dr. Lubahn was very professional, knowleageable and patient. He put me through a number of tests and exams and ultimately told me that I had a problem with the blood vessels in my retina. To make a long story short, after a few procedures in over a week, my eye feels fine again - no pain and no discomfort. What a relief. I must also mention that the technicians and assistants in the office were also personable and nice. I am very happy I went there. Next time I have a problem with my eyes,
I will surely know where to go.- Yelp Review
Great Doctor, caring staff- Vitals Review