Our Practice Manager, Pam Hagen, recently visited Washington, D.C. advocating for patients on behalf of the American Academy of Ophthalmic Executives. For the duration of her stay there, she met with staffers of Wisconsin senators and representatives to discuss topics such as drug prices and medication shortages.
Hagen is a Board member of the AAOE, the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s practice management affiliate, a membership organization dedicated to meeting the educational needs of those responsible for managing the business side of ophthalmic practice.
AAOE membership provides extensive benefits to practicing ophthalmologists and their management and administrative staff.
Tower Clock Eye Center doctors are experts in treating dry eye, a chronic, common condition that affects a wide range of people, especially older adults. During each blink the eye spreads tears around the cornea, or front-facing surface of the eye. These tears are the eye’s lubrication and maintain clarity. In addition, they wash away... read more
We've all likely had one at some point, but what is a stye? And more importantly how can you prevent or treat it. Watch Dr. Kunal Patel, MD, explain what a stye is and simple things you can do to help it heal faster. For appointments, call 920 499-3102.