Doctors of the Clinic MAJA in Athens Eye Hospital

Doctors of the Clinic MAJA went on a professional training in the field of vitreoretinal and refractive surgery at the Athens Eye Hospital, one of the best clinics in Europe. With over 60 surgical interventions daily, the Athens Eye Hospital ‪#‎AEH belongs to one of the hospitals with permanently filled capacities, which gave our doctors the ability to learn and assist on a large number of different interventions. It is the only clinic in Europe that has three different latest ‪#‎Femtosecond lasers. Such equipment is a representative of technological innovations and shapes future trends and development of cataract surgery and laser dioptre removal. Therefore, it is possible to say that the doctors of the Clinic MAJA are ones of rare physicians in Serbia who are fully up-to-date with the trends in the world ophthalmology. Many thanks to great doctors and friends from the Athens Eye Hospital.

Doctors from our Clinic with Professor Ioannis Pallikaris, who is considered the father of laser dioptre removal

Our clinicians were professionally trained by Professor Ioannis Pallikaris (Father of Lasik), who first performed the laser diopter removal in 1989 and is considered the father of the same. They had the honor of being the only ones from Serbia to spend 2 months in Crete and to actively participate in the Institute of Vision and Optics, University of Crete. We are proud to inform you that today the doctors of our clinic are equally successful as their colleagues in Crete.

Dr Maja Živković was awarded for the best work at the CSCRS

The IX Congress of the CSCRS (Croatian Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery) was held this weekend in Zagreb. This Congress with international participation was attended by young doctors from our Clinic.

Every year, the best work of a young ophthalmologist is proclaimed and rewarded traditionally.

This year Dr Maja Živković from our Clinic won the award for the best work at the Congress.

World Sight Day

On 15/10/2013 the World Sight Day is held all over the world. According to estimates of the World Health Organization, there are currently about 12,000 blind people living in Serbia.

At the Clinic Maja, you can check the eye pressure and photograph the eye ground by the end of the week free of charge.