North Georgia Eye Surgery Center is excited to announce their three year re-accreditation with substantial compliance throughout all processes. Achieving AAAHC accreditation indicates that our organization has undergone a rigorous professional scrutiny by highly qualified professionals and found to provide quality care, and demonstrates a strong commitment to maintaining patient safety.
American Academy of Ophthalmology and North Georgia Eye Urge Use of Protective Eyewear for Fireworks This Fourth of July One-third of Americans polled say they, or someone they know, has been injured by fireworks Gainesville, Ga– As the Fourth of July holiday approaches, ophthalmologists – medical doctors who treat eye disease and conditions – are [...]
WE ARE EXCITED TO REPORT EXCELLENT RESULTS FOR THE TREATMENT OF DRY EYE AND BLEPHARITIS WITH IPL (INTENSE PULSE LIGHT) IN OUR CUMMING AND DACULA OFFICES! Performed by Dr. Kaufman, IPL is a non-invasive procedure. It is believed that IPL improves the function of eye glands that can help lubricate the eye. Hundreds of patients [...]
North Georgia Eye Clinic is an Equal Opportunity Employer and offers competitive pay and a great benefits package. We are now accepting application for Technicians and Front Office Staff at our Cumming and Hamilton Mill locations. For employment opportunities in Cumming or Hamilton Mill, please email your resume to Heath Slaton.
Staring at a computer screen, smart phone or tablet for extended periods of time can cause eye strain, blurry vision, eye pain, dry eyes and/or eye fatigue. Studies have shown we blink 50% less than normal while on digital devices. A few simple changes in your daily life can make a huge difference in the [...]
North Georgia Eye Clinic is now offering a new, breakthrough treatment for dry eye sufferers. Everyone experiences some eye discomfort. But if your eyes frequently burn, itch, or feel gritty, you may be experiencing symptoms of Dry Eye Disease. Our tear film is composed of three layers and dry eyes can be caused by a [...]
MIAMI — There is no clear evidence that aspirin use has a harmful effect on age-related macular degeneration, according to a speaker here. “Persons with AMD should consider aspirin therapy when medically indicated,” Emily Y. Chew, MD, said at the Angiogenesis, Exudation, and Degeneration 2014 meeting. Using data from the AREDS2, Chew and colleagues developed [...]