The First Communication Meeting of Ophthalmic Training for Basic-level Doctors is Held Successfully

2014-03-24

 The Leiyang Branch of Aier Eye Hospital has the first communication meeting of ophthalmic training for basic-level doctors successfully on February 27, 2013. The hospital is located in Hengyang of Hunan province. This meeting invites more than sixty doctors to attend. They separately come from Donghu, Fengquan, Tanxia, Dahe, Xiatang, Changping and Si Menzhou. The main aim of this meeting is to improve the level of ophthalmic professionalism in the village and township-level medical treatment. Due to the lack of professional equipment of ophthalmologic examination in villages and towns, there are also some easy ways for basic-level doctors to identify eye diseases so that the diseases can be easily diagnosed and treated, which benefit to patients with common eye diseases. This meeting specially invites Chief Physician Luo Weixiao, Associate Chief Physician Li Ya, Attending Physician Shao Yingshan, Dr. Li Maoyan, Senior Optometrist Peng Cao and so on to give lectures and discussions about eye disease .They all are come from Aier Eye Hospital.

 Hengyang Aier Eye Hospital has convened communication meetings for a decade, which provides Hengyang people a good platform for communication of ophthalmologic operations. This is the first academic meeting held by Leiyang Branch of Hengyang Aier Eye Hospital. Not only does this meeting make a great success, but purpose of our hospital infects everybody present. The aim is that everyone can enjoy the right of healthy eye whether they are rich or poor. When interviewed, many doctors coming from towns or villages says “Thank Hengyang Aier Eye Hospital for giving us a good learning opportunity of having a live communication with professional ophthalmologic specialists, and we will apply these knowledge taught by specialist to future clinical work. Besides, we will manage to make these diseases found, diagnosed and cured as soon as possible, and serve many common patients with eye diseases.”