Social Responsibility

As a Clinical Group, and provider of medical services, we bear the daily responsibility for one of the most important sensory organs of our patients. It is important for us to take social responsibility beyond medicine. Thus, we are engaged in not only education, science and research, but also in  social projects in less developed countries.

Commitment as an Employer

At EuroEyes the encouragement and development of our employees is a high priority. Joining EuroEyes is possible for newly educated, experienced professionals and career changers, as well as for medical and non-medical professionals. With special programs, the company is continuously educating its employees in its own EuroEyes Academy.

Career with EuroEyes

Commitment to Education, Science and Research

In addition to the surgical practice, EuroEyes is constantly researching to achieve the best possible treatment for each patient. As part of scientific analysis, the results of the treatments are statistically evaluated in order to optimize the treatment techniques. The EuroEyes clinics are equipped with the latest technologies. In order to further perfect the already very sophisticated technological products, we are in constant communication with our partners and the industry. 

 

Some doctors of Euro Eyes Clinic Group are engaged as instructors in the Commission for Refractive Surgery (KRC). The KRC is a joint committee of the Professional Association of German Ophthalmologists Association (BVA) and the German Ophthalmological Society (DOG). The Commission for Refractive laser surgery evaluate the refractive surgical procedures according to the current standards in science. In anticipation of a demand by the German Medical Association, structure, process and outcome quality, the KRC has developed recommendations for the quality assurance of the new procedures. And, the KRC carries out theoretical and practical courses in accordance with KRC quality assurance guidelines.

EuroEyes Takes over Social Responsibility with Commitment to Those in Need

Euro Eyes Camps in Less Developed Countries

Euro Eyes doctors accept social responsibility and regularly contribute in cooperation with international organizations with medical-humanitarian aid - to help visually impaired people who live in less developed countries.

 

EuroEyes Camp in the Dominican Republic

Recently a EuroEyes team of nine – doctors, nurses and refractive coordinators, traveled to La Romana in the Dominican Republic. In cooperation with the Surgical Eye Expeditions (SEE) International, a nonprofit humanitarian aid program for blind and visually impaired people, the team established an ophthalmic surgery center in the local hospital. Approximately 130 patients in El Buen Samaritano were waiting for an eye surgical eye procedure. Many of the patients were suffering from cataracts that, in many less developed countries are left untreated and lead to blindness.  Through projects like the EuroEyes Camp in the Dominican Republic, we want to support our colleagues in these countries and help patients,“ explains Dr. Jørgensen. Aside from the surgical support, EuroEyes also donated 200 artificial lenses. In addition to the artificial lenses, the EuroEyes team also provided the people in the hospital El Buen Samaritano with glasses.

 

EuroEyes has many years of experience in planning and implementing such medical missions, where the company not only takes social responsibility on an international level, but also practices in the medical field. EuroEyes employees have already successfully carried out similar projects in cooperation with SEE in Peru and Lesotho.

 
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