EyeHealth Northwest Employees participating in the Race for the Cure. Celebrating survivors, supporting the fighters and remembering those whose lives ended too soon.
Rebecca Armour, MD and Michael Bentley from our Northwest clinics spent a week in Petit Goave, Haiti. With the ophthalmology team there, they saw 150-220 clinic patients treating Glaucoma, eye injuries and performed a pterygium(growth on the white part of the eye) surgery.
Our employees donated their Sunday afternoon feeding the homeless for Potluck in the Park.
EyeHealth Northwest employees ran Hood to Coast in August finishing 45 minutes earlier than their projected time. Great job Unruly Pupils!!
EyeHealth Northwest Team including our Optometrist, ophthalmic technicians, opticians and optical lab participated in Compassion OC. Together with our Community Partners, we provided over 80 free eye exams and 64 pairs of glasses! It was our privilege to serve our community.
Drs. Roger Saulson and Daniel Holland and a few employees of our EyeHealth Eastside Surgery Center volunteered their time and expertise to travel to Peru to perform Cataract and Strabismus Surgery.
Another successful Mission Cataract Day at EyeHealth Northwest! Thank you so much to the doctors, nursing staff, Nurse Anesthetists, Alcon labs & EyeHealth staff for making dreams come true by giving the gift of sight!
Dr. Chalmers performing surgery
in Oaxaca, Mexico
Community Involvement. What does that mean? For EyeHealth Northwest it means that our physicians are committed not only to their local community but the communities of the world. You will find our physicians volunteering as clinical instructors of Oregon Health Sciences University's Casey Eye Institute and the Veteran Administration Hospital and delivering lectures and free screenings for eye disease in their communities.
You will also find our physicians frequently leading surgical teams in Mexico for Northwest Medical Teams. EyeHealth Northwest physicians have also provided volunteer medical and surgical services in Central America, Vietnam, Romania, Nepal, West Africa, China, South America and the Philippines. In addition to providing these services, they often instruct local physicians at the same time.
July 2010—Dr. Kerry Hagen was among an
international faculty of volunteers that recently
traveled to Hue, Vietnam to lecture and instruct
eye surgical techniques to Vietnamese
The international humanitarian eye care and training expeditiions are sponsored by the non-profit Hawaiin Eye Foundation, providing eye health care, surgery and instruction for over 25 years. Over 400 Vietnamese eye surgeons from Ho Chi Minh City (saigon), Hanoi, Da Nang, and other parts of the country came to learn from 30 leading specialists from around the world.
The physicians of EyeHealth Northwest are recognized as leaders in their field and many are active in the advancement of quality assurance in health care. Several of our physicians are frequently asked to present at national and international ophthalmology conferences.
Dr. Fonken teaching strabismus
surgery to Romanian doctors and
April 9, 2003 -- Dr. Paul Stromberg recognized for his dedication to helping others achieve better vision.
Dr. Paul StrombergAfter 12 years volunteering for Northwest Medical Teams, Paul K. Stromberg, MD has been named the recipient of the 2003 NWMT "Spirit of Life,
Outstanding International Volunteer" award. Not only has Dr. Stromberg traveled to Oaxaca, Mexico with NWMT to provide eye surgery for indigent patients numerous times, but he has also served as a consultant to Northwest Medical Teams for eye surgery programs throughout the world.
Please join the Doctors and Staff of EyeHealth Northwest in congratulating Dr. Stromberg for receiving this prestigious award.
Sonal B. Dave, MD's Time in Nepal May 2008