November 3, 2011
Consultant Ophthalmologist Miss Anne Gilvarry is hosting an Ophthalmology health event focused on cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration at the Royal Surrey on Thursday 17th November at 7pm.
In the last few years there have been lots of changes in the delivery of eye services. There have been many advances in eye surgery and the treatment of medical eye problems, particularly for diseases that are common in the over 50s.
Miss Gilvarry said:
“The options now available to treat cataracts, glaucoma and retinal changes, such as diabetes and macular degeneration, can bring a whole new lease of life to people. These diseases affect a large number of the population and the developments for treating these conditions often make the news. I will be talking about the advancements that are being made in ophthalmology and will be taking any questions people have about eye conditions.”
The Ophthalmology presentation is the fifth health event that the Royal Surrey has held this year. These events offer a unique opportunity to hear about the services provided at the Royal Surrey directly from the consultants. The events are growing in popularity; to book your place or to find out more please contact Jo Green on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01483 571122 ext 2318. The presentation will start at 7pm in room B1 in the Education Centre, with tea and coffee served from 6.30pm.
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