Welcome to the RETINKA Eye Clinic

The RETINKA Eye Clinic is a private specialised healthcare facility which provides above-standard services pertaining to both general and specialised ophthalmological care and focussed on diseases of the retina and the vitreous body, as well as any eye complications of diabetes. The clinic is located in pleasant reconstructed premises near the Kobylisy metro station and it offers short waiting periods.

Your treatment will be in the hands of experienced ophthalmologists with a wide range of experience.

The chief physician at the Ophthalmology Outpatient Department

Dr Kateřina Myslík Manethová, Ph. D., FEBO.

Dr Myslík Manethová is one of the leading Czech ophthalmologists. At present, she is working as the head doctor of the Department of Ophthalmology at the Thomayer Hospital in Krč, where she performs cataract operations and vitreoretinal surgery (operations on the retina and the vitreous body) and works in the specialist vitreoretinal outpatients’ department. In addition to eye surgery, she also specialises in the comprehensive diagnostics and treatment of diseases of the retina and the vitreous body.

At the same time, she also works at the Department of Ophthalmology of the 1st Faculty of Medicine of Charles University at the Military University Hospital in Prague Střešovice, where she mainly treats patients with diabetic eye complications and deals with the issue of central serous chorioretinopathy.

She is a member of the Czech Ophthalmological Society, the Czech Vitreoretinal Society, EURETINA (the European Society of Retina Specialists), ARVO (the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology) and the AAO (the American Academy of Ophthalmology). She participates in teaching at the Czech Vitreoretinal School and the 1st Faculty of Medicine of Charles University in Prague and she regularly lectures at specialist ophthalmological conferences and forums in the Czech Republic and abroad. She is participating in a number of clinical studies pertaining to the issues of age-related macular degeneration of the retina and diabetic retinopathy and their treatment.

From the clinic

The provided services

The clinic provides specialist eye examinations across the entire spectrum of general and specialised ophthalmological care. Emphasis is placed on an individual approach and precise examinations using modern ophthalmological devices with the subsequent provision of an accurate diagnosis, the aim of which is to deal with any eventual ophthalmological abnormalities or diseases and to recommend suitable treatment. If an acute surgical procedure or an additional examination using specialised diagnostic devices is necessary, we will arrange the provision of the necessary care at the Department of Ophthalmology at the Military University Hospital in Střešovice or at the Thomayer Hospital in Krč.
  • examination of short and long-sightedness
  • examination of colour perception using a modern LCD optotype
  • examination of any refraction errors (refraction error measurement) using an auto-refractometer with the precise designation of the spherical or cylindrical correction using an automatic phoropter and a digital LCD optotype
  • keratometry (measuring the curvature of the cornea)
  • pachymetry (measuring the corneal thickness)
  • examination of the anterior segment of the eye and the optic media (assessing the stage of cataract advancement and any indicated surgery)
  • examination of the posterior segment of the eye using direct ophthalmoscopy or indirect binocular opthalmoscopy with a slit lamp
  • examination of the anterior chambre angle (gonioscopy)
  • biomicroscopic examination of the posterior segment of the eye
  • measuring intraocular pressure using a contactless or applanation tonometer
  • examination of the oculomotor balance and binocular functions
  • examination of the retina and the optic nerve using optical coherence tomography (OCT)
  • measuring the dioptric values and the UV permeability of your current glasses or contact lenses

The Vitreoretinal (Retinal) Outpatient Department

The vitreoretinal (retinal) outpatient services are provided by Dr Kateřina Myslík Manethová, FEBO. The clinic’s modern equipment enables the diagnosis and long-term monitoring of any retinal diseases. If the patient’s condition requires a surgical or otherwise invasive procedure, we will arrange for preferential care to be provided at the Department of Ophthalmology at the Thomayer Hospital in Krč or at the Department of Ophthalmology at the Military University Hospital in Střešovice. We are able to offer patients with certain retinal diseases, for which there is currently no effective conventional treatment (especially age related macular degeneration or diabetic macular edema), the option of inclusion in clinical studies organised by leading international pharmaceutical companies at given intervals.

The Diabetic Ophthalmologic Outpatient Department

The diabetic ophthalmologic outpatient services are provided by Dr Kateřina Myslík Manethová, FEBO. We deal with the diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of all eye disorders associated with diabetes. This especially involves diabetic retinopathy which is a condition of the retina caused by damage to the fine retinal blood vessels due to high blood sugar levels. This can lead to a loss of sight, if not subjected to thorough compensation, long-term monitoring and treatment. Glaucoma and cataracts are frequent complications for diabetes sufferers. We deal with any conditions requiring a surgical or otherwise invasive procedure by preferentially booking the patient in for the appropriate procedure at the Department of Ophthalmology at the Thomayer Hospital in Krč or at the Department of Ophthalmology at the Military University Hospital in Střešovice.

Our patients should be aware that the examination may require the application of eye drops which can result in blurred vision due to temporarily dilated pupils. We do not recommend driving during this period.

The clinic’s equipment

The clinic is equipped with modern ophthalmological devices and the examinations take place in a contactless form.

The Panvius Compact Rondo ophthalmic unit

A modern examination unit made by the Italian manufacturer F.I.S.O., which includes a chair with an electric lift servo and a footrest, a height-adjustable table, lighting, a phoropter arm and a set of lenses.
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The NIDEK TONOREF III auto refracto/kerato/tonometer with pachymeter

A cutting-edge device made by the Japanese manufacturer NIDEK CO., LTD., which combines refraction measurement, keratometry, intraocular pressure measurement and pachymetry, all performed in a contactless manner.
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The Keeler 40H LED slit lamp

A cutting-edge device made by the British manufacturer Keeler Ltd., which has been designed to examine ocular tissue. This is basically a special microscope which enables perfect examinations.
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The Rexxam LCD-1000P optotype

This is a modern device which is mainly used to determine the sharpness of vision. It works as a digital board displaying symbols which are the same size in the individual rows, but the rows are of varying sizes.
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The VDR - 1900 automatic phoropter

The device is suspended from the arm of the examination unit and used to precisely determine the degree of the refraction error and to designate the spherical or cylindrical correction.
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Heidelberg Spectralis OCT

A cutting-edge diagnostic tool which is used to display the retina of the human eye. It particularly assists in the precise diagnosis of the posterior segment of the eye.
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The SHIN-NIPPON DL-1000 automatic lensmeter

A lensmeter is a device which is used to measure the dioptric values of glasses and contact lenses.
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KOWA Nonmyd 8s fundus camera

A fundus camera is a special and highly sophisticated device used mainly for displaying the posterior segment of the eye (although this model also displays the anterior segment).
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The pricelist for our services

The RETINKA Eye Clinic is a private healthcare facility and has not concluded any contracts with any health insurance companies.

The uniform fee

The uniform fee for visiting the clinic and undergoing an expert doctor’s examination is
1500 CZK

it includes a comprehensive eye examination using all the devices, except for the OCT, the provision of a diagnosis, the issue of a medical report, the proposal of any necessary treatment and consultation

The OCT fee

An examination using OCT, including the description, costs
800 CZK

If the patient has a request form for a coherence tomography (OCT) examination from their ophthalmologist, the patient does not pay the uniform fee of 1500 CZK, but only the OCT examination fee at the amount of 800 CZK.

All payments must be made at reception prior to the examination and can only be made in cash.

Booking appointments

The eye clinic only accepts patients with appointments. It is possible to make an appointment in the following ways.

By telephone on

284 680 690

MON – FRI 9 am – 4 pm

By email at


By filling in

the form

Each patient receives an appointment for a specific time and will be examined at that time. We therefore request patients to arrive at least 5 minutes before their appointment time. We optimally recommend arriving within an interval of 5 to 15 minutes before your appointment. At the same time, we would like to point out that a patient who arrives after the beginning of his or her appointment may not be examined and may be rebooked for a later time, because starting the examination late would have ramifications for the timely examinations of those patients with subsequent appointments.


RETINKA s.r.o.

Přemyšlenská 133/68, 182 00 Praha 8 – Kobylisy
Company Registration Number: 08222801
284 680 690
Accessibility using public transport
The clinic is situated in the vicinity of the Kobylisy metro station
Parking near the clinic
Parking is available in a mixed parking zone on the adjacent Na Pecích Street for 10 CZK/30 minutes (there are enough free parking spaces)

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