What's Happening at the Retina & Vitreous Center
An informative interview with our very own Dr. John Hyatt.
Our very own Dr. Hyatt has been interviewed by the Ashland, OR Locals' Guide website. Way to go, doctor!
This year, Dr. Rodden, Julie Nelson, our office administrator, Deanna Taylor and Amanda Nelson, ophthalmic technicians and photographers, made the trip to New Orleans for the American Academy of Ophthalmology annual meeting. Julie has previously been an ophthalmic photographer, and attended classes on imaging in past years. However, this was her first year attending administration classes.
In January 2016, three of our ophthalmic photographers attended “Essentials of Ophthalmic Retinal Imaging”, a program to take a deeper look into the retinal photography they do every day. Mokie Visser, Osmaida Balbuena and Adrian Guardado took a drive down to Sacramento, California to attend the class at The UC Davis Department of Ophthalmology.
- Kunjukunju, N., Gonzales, C.R., Rodden, W.S., Recombinant tissue plasminogen activator in the treatment of suprachoroidal hemorrhage. Clin Ophthalmol. 2011;5:155-7.
- Kunjukunju, N., Gonzales, C.R., Rodden, W.S., Exudative retinal detachment and angle closure glaucoma as the presenting signs of primary pulmonary hypertension. RETINAL cases and Brief Reports. 2011:5(2); 108-112.
Four of our newest technicians and one biller accompanied Dr. Rodden on the trip to attend the Academy of Ophthalmology conference of November 2015 in Las Vegas.
Technicians Nitia, Destiny, Jermanie, Becca and biller Jeanna all arrived in Las Vegas for continuing education.
The Oregon Sight & Hearing Foundation has been very helpful in providing assistance for our patients to receive necessary sight-saving treatments and surgeries.
Dr. Gonzales attended the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s meeting in Chicago in November of 2014 along with two of our billing department staff members, Kacie Hetz and Angela Stonebarger. Kacie reports on some of her highlights:
“It was a great experience to be able to take some of the anatomy classes offered; I learned more about the biology relating to the things I bill out for on a daily basis.