Good eye health is vital to ensure proper vision. It is recommended that you see your eye doctor at least once every year because vision and eye problems can change quickly especially in older adults. There are numerous eye diseases that need the care of an eye doctor who specializes in various techniques to improve vision. The experts are experienced in providing surgical procedures for diseases of the eyes.
About Campus Eye Group
Campus Eye Group, founded in 1981 is a multi-specialty, interdisciplinary eye care practice with multiple offices in Mercer County, NJ and Bucks County, PA. We are one of the largest, most prestigious free-standing eye care centers in the country.
Our professional staff is comprised of both consulting board-certified ophthalmologists and therapeutically certified optometrists who deliver the highest quality of eye care, innovative medical and surgical care, and the finest optical services available.
LASIK as it Relates to Dry Eyes
Our staff at Campus Eye Group combines our high-level specialists with the latest technology to provide patients with superior treatment and vision care. We specialize in Laser surgery, cataract surgery, diabetic eye disease problems, glaucoma, and more. Many people who wear contact lens will develop a disorder called dry eyes. This can also be a short-term temporary effect of Laser surgery for vision correction. If dry eyes exist before a LASIK surgery, the doctor will consider treating the disorder before the surgery. The treatment will keep you from being eliminated from the LASIK surgery.
Medicare makes Eye Care Convenient for Older Adults
The Department of Health and Human Services has granted Campus Eye Group with a Medicare-certified status. This is beneficial to older adults who are sometimes reluctant to see their eye doctor because they lack the insurance coverage they need. Cataracts are especially common for senior citizens, and our friendly professional staff at Campus Eye Group have made our offices comfortable and relaxing for our patients. This is very important to older adults. Most Medicare plans have vision coverage.
Campus Eye Group Accreditation
Campus Eye Group voluntarily participates in the quality assessment program that is set forth by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). This is the leader in the accreditation of ambulatory health care services. Accreditation is achieved through the development of specific standards, and through their surveys program. A high level of commitment is one of the demands of accreditation. It challenges health care providers to find better options to offer their patients.
The best in eye health care, and LASIK, or other eye surgery is provided to our patients in Mercer County, NJ and Bucks County, PA at Campus Eye Group and Ambulatory Surgery Centers. From minor to major eye problems, our specialists are highly qualified to manage all diseases, and disorders of the eyes. We have all of the innovative technology and equipment to render top-notch service and care for your eyes or the eyes of your senior adult or child.