CHA HOLLYWOOD PRESBYTERIAN MEDICAL CENTER OPENS FIRST DEDICATED HOSPITAL-BASED OPHTHALMIC OPERATING ROOM IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY
CHA Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center (CHA HPMC), a hospital that is a member of CHA Health Systems, a global network providing a full spectrum of dynamic healthcare services, today announced the opening of a state-of-the-art ophthalmic surgery suite as part of the hospital’s Southern California Eye Institute. The new surgery suite is the first hospital-based facility dedicated to eye surgery in the Los Angeles area.
Tips to Help Children Cope with the ‘New Normal’ During COVID-19
The COVID-19 outbreak has caused major disruptions to daily life and can have a profound impact, particularly on children. Young people will inevitably face many changes during the pandemic. The uncertainty of the situation and changes in routine can cause many children—and parents—to feel stressed and anxious.
James Camp Bids Adieu to Corrective Lenses after Premium Cataract Surgery at CHA HPMC’s Southern California Eye Institute
After Lasik surgery in 2005, James Camp, 69, didn’t notice any problem with his eyesight until recently when he found himself struggling to read advertisements on the television. Camp started wearing glasses at the age of seven and later switched to contact lenses in high school. “After noticing my vision problem, I decided to visit the same local eye clinic where I got my Lasik surgery done. Upon visiting, I was informed that the clinic was now owned and operated by Southern California Eye Institute (SCEI), CHA HPMC’s state-of-the-art eye clinic. It was my first-time meeting Dr. Jacob Reznik and I’m glad that I met him because I can’t imagine a better care experience than what I had with him and his team,” explains Camp.