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, […]
Tower Clock Eye Center in proud to introduce the Optomap® Ultra-widefield Retinal Imaging system at our Green Bay location. This technology allows our doctors to scan the retina in detail to detect potential vision problems earlier than other technologies. Detecting issues earlier allows for better and more effective treatments – and for you to better […]
Tower Clock Eye Center’s Practice Manager, Pam Hagen, LPN, COA, has been named to the American Academy of Ophthalmic Executives (AAOE) Board of Directors for 2019. The organization is dedicated to meeting the educational needs of those responsible for managing the business side of ophthalmic practice. Pam has been active in ophthalmology for over 35 […]
Tower Clock Eye Center will be open until 1 pm on December 31, 2018 and will be closed January 1, 2019. We will reopen with normal business hours on Wednesday, January 2. Have a happy and safe New Year’s holiday!
Tower Clock Eye Center will be open until noon, December 24 and will be closed on December 25 to celebrate the holiday. We will reopen with normal clinic hours on Wednesday, December 26.
Last weekend Dr. Matthew Thompson instructed residents and fellows on MSICS (Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery) at the University of Illinois – Chicago. The surgical technique is often used in developing countries where expensive surgical tools are not available. Dr. Thompson utilizes these skills during his frequent mission trips to Haiti. This experience helps Dr. […]
Watch Dr. Matt Thompson, MD, explain what motivates him as an ophthalmologist.
Learn about the collaborative efforts by the surgeons of Tower Clock Eye Center, and how this communication benefits patients, from Dr. Kurt Schwiesow, MD.
Tower Clock Eye Center’s Dr. Kurt A. Schwiesow, MD, was chosen to be among the first ophthalmologists in the country, and the first in Wisconsin, to utilize a second-generation iStent device called iStent inject ®. Dr. Kurt is part of an early experience program that leads into the device’s official release August 27. iStent is […]
Watch Dr. Matt Thompson explain how he and his partners work hard to reach a higher level of care.