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Is LASIK Right for Me? 

LASIK eye surgery is not appropriate for all patients. About one in four people who seek LASIK are good candidates. It is important that you choose a doctor that will accurately and thoroughly evaluate your eyes and give you an honest assessment about the best and safest treatment for your needs. 

As fellowship-trained corneal experts, our doctors can offer you a range of procedures, both laser and non-laser, that may not be options at all Lasik centers.

Your Evaluation

Screening -  All patients undergo a complete screening test to determine whether they are a candidate for surgery. The eye exam includes assessing the stability of your condition, examining the cornea and retina, taking corneal measurements and testing for glaucoma. 

Medical History Review    - The doctor will also thoroughly review your medical history with you to make sure you there are no other risks.

Twice the Expertise -  Our team approach and double case review (two doctors reviewing your medical information) means you receive tailored treatment ensuring that you get exactly the right care for your eyes.

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  • Fundamentals of Critical Care Support

    This course is a 2 ½ day comprehensive course addressing fundamental management principles for the first 24 hours of critical care. The course purpose is to better prepare the non-intensivist and the multidisciplinary critical care team for the first 24 hours of management of the critically ill patient until transfer or appropriate critical care consultation can be arranged. Preparation of the multidisciplinary critical care team is optimized for management of acute deterioration of the critically ill patient. The FCCS course utilizes both lecture/didactic material and skills stations with simulation for integration of practice concepts in critical care.

  • ACLS Initial Class
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