Saratoga retina specialist treats 6,000th patient

Saratoga Vitreo-Retinal Ophthalmology, PLLC

Saratoga Vitreo-Retinal Ophthalmology is pleased to announce it has achieved a new milestone serving the eye care needs of patients throughout the region: On July 31, the practice registered patient number 6,000 into its electronic medical record system.

“This is a real growth milestone that speaks to our dedication and longevity in providing specialized retinal vision care as well as care for diabetic eye diseases and eye surgery in our community," said Dr. Amjad Hammad, owner of the practice.

Since 2007, he has worked to create a dedicated retinal eye care center that incorporates the full range of retinal services. Whether patients need management of hereditary eye diseases, diagnosis and treatment of diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration or surgery, Saratoga Vitreo-Retinal Ophthalmology has the experience and skilled staff to provide personalized, compassionate and quality care.

"Patients visiting us for the first time routinely comment about the convenience and customer-service approach we offer,” Hammad said.  “People are excited about the new dedicated eye surgery center, the New York Eye Surgery Center, opening soon. Safe, successful and convenient eye surgery is our top priority.”

Reaching the 6,000th-registered-patient milestone is rewarding for the team, he said. Moreover, it confirms that the practice’s direction, dedication and decisions have been recognized by the patients its staff serves.

“We say thank you to our community for the support,” Hammad said.

Hammad is an internationally recognized retina specialist treating patients with diseases such as age-related macular degeneration, retinal detachment, diabetic retinopathy and macular edema. He strives to educate his patients about their ocular diseases and treatment process. He is also the CEO of the New York Eye Surgical Center, the new dedicated eye surgical center at exit 16 of the Northway.

To learn more and receive free copies of his two new books, “Keeping Your Retina Healthy” and “Diabetes and Your Eye,” visit www.SaratogaRetina.com or call 580-0553.



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