Welcome To The Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation
The Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation is a charitable foundation established by Cincinnati Eye Institue physicisans who care deeply about the vision health of our community. Established in 2006, the charitable mission the The Foundation has touched the lives of thousands.
As a charitable foundation, The CEI Foundation offers free services designed to promote and maintain a lifetime of good vision. It offers:
- Comprehensive Free Eye Care for the most vulnerable and under served in our community
- Community Outreach & Education
- Research support
- Education support of today's and tomorrow's Eye Care Professionals
Cincinnati Eye Institute (CEI) cares deeply about the vision health of all individuals living in the Greater Cincinnati region. In 2006, our doctors established a nonprofit organization, The Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation, to preserve and improve sight.
The CEI Foundation CE Event for Ophthalmic & Optometric Technicians
Thursday, May 26, 2016 - Contact Amy Jost to register at AJost@cincinnatieye.com
Program Location: CEI, 1945 CEI Drive, Cincinnati, OH
Target Audience: Ophthalmic assistants, technicians, and technologists; Course Level: All Clinical AOP (Intermediate to Advanced)
This course has been submitted for consideration of JCAHPO CE Credits.
Title: Urgent and Emergent Oculoplastic Cases: Fractures, (Part 3 of a Series)
Instructor: Jeffrey Nerad, MD
Program Duration: 6:00-6:50pm
Description: This course will discuss additional urgent and emergent oculoplastic cases, focusing this part of the series on orbital fractures. A busy oculoplastic surgeon will share multiple examples of the evaluation of orbital and eyelid trauma. Attendees will gain knowledge about treatment options for patients with various oculoplastic injuries and conditions.
Title: The Cornea: Normal Anatomy & Physiology and Common Disorders.
Presenters: Michael L. Nordlund, MD, PhD
Program Duration: 7:00-7:50pm
Description: The course will describe the normal structure and function of the cornea and how some common disorders affect its function.
Teeing off for Sight
The Foundation’s Annual Golf Outing is scheduled for Friday, June 3rd at the Blue Ash Golf Course. Get your foursome together and make your reservation soon. Call Amy Jones (569-3643), or Pat Ward (569-3725) for details.