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Welcome to New member Auckland Eye

2022-05-16 10:48:37

Auckland Eye is a Centre of Excellence for Eyes in New Zealand with 16 Ophthalmologists supported by a highly experienced team of orthoptists, optometrists, ophthalmic and practice nurses. We provide diagnostics, treatment and surgery for a wide range of eye conditions, diseases and injuries including Cataract, Diabetic Retinopathy, Retinal Detachment, Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration and Paediatric ophthalmology. We are experts in advanced vision correction including Laser, Refractive Lens Exchange and Implantable Contact Lens Surgery. Across our 2 main sites we have 18 consulting rooms, 4 operating theatres at Oasis Surgical,  plus a dedicated laser suite and a Dry Eye spa.

The team at Auckland Eye are committed to providing the best possible ophthalmic care to help people get their optimum sight – to be able to live better lives.

Want to know more? PDF: https://www.waeh.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Auckland-Eye-Ageing-Eyes-Canvas-Ad.pdf
Or visit the website: Auckland Eye – https://www.aucklandeye.co.nz/

Date: 27 november 2020

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