Shingles is a condition that is troubling to have on any part of the body, but there is a particular concern about it in ophthalmology because of the disastrous effects it can have on the eye and vision. Currently about 1 in 3 Americans get shingles in their lifetime, so it is actually a rather… Read More
John J. Brinkley, MD has become a member of the volunteer faculty of the University of New Mexico, School of Medicine, in recognition for his active and effective contributions to their teaching and service programs. Congratulations Dr. Brinkley.
Her work for this organization to date has focused on national advocacy on behalf of its members and their patients regarding reimbursement and other issues. This year during her presidency, she will focus on and continue to support the almost 50 osteopathic ophthalmology and otolaryngology residencies as they go through the Accreditation Council for Graduate… Read More
This comprehensive new publication has contributions from some of the most well-known cataract surgeons throughout the world, providing helpful surgical tips to other cataract surgeons. Dr. Arthur Weinstein provided a chapter on a method to remove softer cataracts, while Dr. Gregory Ogawa authored a chapter on methods to sew in artificial lens implants and tie… Read More
We are very proud to announce that Erin Byrne, OD has received the New Mexico Optometric Association Young Optometrist of the Year Award. Dr. Byrne’s new position as New Mexico’s Clinical Director for the Lions Club International Opening Eyes Special Olympics, has been recognized and rewarded by the NM Optometric Association. Congratulations Dr. Byrne.
The New Mexico Optometric Association held their annual convention April 21-22, 2017. This year, Eye Associates participated as a Diamond Sponsor. Personnel from Dr2Dr and Information Services provided Eye Associates doctor and services information at the Eye Associates booth. This was also an opportunity for them to meet and greet the many optometrists attending the… Read More
In case you don’t already know: A Six Sigma Green Belt serves as a specially trained team member within her function-specific area of the organization. A Green Belt works on small, carefully defined Six Sigma projects using enhanced problem-solving skills, including an emphasis on the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) model. Congratulations Diane.
The day-to-day work of healing conducted by physicians throughout the United States has been shaped, in large part, by great pioneers in medical research. Many of those pioneers have been Americans. Indeed, today we gratefully remember physicians such as Dr. Daniel Hale Williams and Dr. Charles Drew, who not only advanced their respective fields but… Read More
Wednesday, February 22, 2017, a group of Eye Associates employee ‘Believers’ attended the Go Red Heart Association’s Women Luncheon at the Hotel Albuquerque.
Have you ever watched the opening ceremonies for the Olympic Games? Whether you’ve seen them on television or in person, the opening ceremonies are a spectacular event to kick off the athletics, community, and sportsmanship in the days that follow. Special Olympics is no different. Dr. Byrne recently had the honor of attending the opening… Read More