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Introduction to the Dhahran Eye Specialist Hospital – new full member of the WAEH

2024-02-27 08:52:42

Dhahran Eye Specialist Hospital is one of the leading ophthalmology specialized hospitals in the Kingdom. The hospital provides diagnostic and treatment services in the following sub-specilaities by  experienced and leading  consultants in (medical retina, vitreoretinal surgery, cornea and anterior segment, glaucoma , pediatric ophthalmology  and strabismus, oculoplastics, neuro-ophthalmology, uveitis, anaplastology, optometry, orthoptics, contact lens, low vision, diagnostics and supportive medical services).

Dhahran Eye Specialist Hospital is considered center of excellence in corneal transplant and the only hospital in the region providing anaplastology services.

Want to know more about this eyehospital? Go to: https://www.ehc.med.sa

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