At Great Lakes Eye Care our mission is to preserve and restore eye care in our community and around the world.
With four convenient office location we offer patients the highest quality medical treatments within an atmosphere of personalized care.d restore eye care in our community and around the world.
At Great Lakes Eye Care our mission is to preserve and restore eye care in our community and around the world. Schedule an appointment today!
Dr. Wang is a part time author and has been working on his first book for the last several years. His favorite genre is science fiction and he is excited to be nearly finished with his first book.
Dr. Wang has been inspired by authors such as Tolken and CS Lewis and has always wanted to write a science fiction book with some deeper spiritual meaning such as these authors have done. Feel free to ask Dr. Wang about his passion for writing and when his first book will be released.
A small task that started as a small interest to help ophthalmologists find the best tools for doing missions has grown into a full grown project of building mobile microscopes. Since 2015, Dr. Pletcher has teamed up with long term missionary to Africa, Sam Powdrill, to create eyeMobil Innovations. Initially they begin to prototype a small microscope to fit into a suitcase to ease travel for those working internationally doing cataract surgery. This microscope weighs just 27 pounds compared with the normal weight of nearly 300+ pounds.
Since beginning, microscopes have been sent for cataract surgery in some of the following locations: Ethiopia, Ghana, Burundi, Kenya, Liberia, Burma, Ecuador, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Honduras.
In 2018, Dr. Pletcher is excited to help launch a brand new improved version of this microscope in December. Several are already slated for delivery to Sudan, Rwanda and South Korea.
See this video which has been put together to promote their latest work.
Dr David L Cooke was recognized by the Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery as being within the top 10th percentile of reviewers for the Journal. This journal is a preeminent peer-reviewed, monthly, ophthalmology publication which publishes quality articles on all aspects of anterior segment surgery. In addition to original clinical studies, the journal features a consultation section, practical techniques, important cases, and reviews as well as basic science articles.
He has been a frequent reviewer of articles in the last 2 years and has special interest in the causes for dysphotopsias after cataract surgery (often described as an arc-shaped shadow in one's temporal vision)
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