Ophthalmology Treatment In Israel

Prof. Hanna Garzuzi
Director of Ophtalmology Department, Bnai Zion Medical Center
Prof. Hanna Garzuzi
Professor Hanna Garzuzi is an ophthalmologist and a graduate of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Padua, Italy, who completed his residency in ophthalmology at the Emek and Poria hospitals in Israel. Professor Garzuzi is one of the management and medical staff of "Ma'in" - an advanced medical center for eye surgery - where the best experts in Israel work.
Over the years he held a number of senior positions, including serving as deputy director and director of the ophthalmology department at the Emek Hospital in Afula. Formerly director of the ophthalmology department at Bnei Zion Hospital in Haifa, and currently also as the chairman of the tribunal of the Medical Association and the Association of Ophthalmologists in Israel, and as a professor and researcher in the faculty for medicine at the Technion.
His main area of ​​expertise is eye diseases such as glaucoma, cataracts, anterior segment of the eye and refractive surgery.

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Why Choose Shemer for Your Ophthalmology Treatment?

The unrivaled level of ophthalmologic treatment in Shemer Medical Center is due to a combination of high professionalism and the introduction of advanced technologies in the diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases. The use of digital survey techniques, microsurgery, medical laser and robotic procedures has unveiled a new era in the field of ophthalmology, characterized by the high possibility of recovery following a serious illness or injury.

Ophthalmology Conditions

Through specialty ophthalmology clinics, our patients receive world-class care for eye conditions, including:

 Retina and vitreous humor conditions
 Pediatric eye diseases and strabismus
 Corneal and anterior chamber disorders
 Neuro-ophthalmologic disorders
 Oculoplastic and orbital conditions
 Inflammatory eye conditions

Advanced Imaging Services

We offer specialized diagnostic and testing services, including:

 Optical coherence tomography (OCT) to obtain detailed images within the retina
 Ultrasound of the eye to evaluate the eye area, measure size and structure, and detect retina conditions and other problems not diagnosable through routine exams
 Visual field testing to detect glaucoma, central or peripheral retinal disease, eyelid conditions, and optic nerve disease
 Eye angiogram to evaluate the blood flow through the vessels in the back of the eye

Inpatient services

Hospitalization services include pre-operative preparation; surgery; post-surgery follow-up; urgent care for conditions needing immediate treatment, such as eye trauma, corneal inflammation and eye infections; and elective surgeries, such as retina or glaucoma procedures.

Emergency care

Ophthalmological services are available 24 hours a day, covering traumatic injuries, severe eye infections, foreign object removal, chemical burns, and sudden loss of vision. Ophthalmologists also offer online consultation on medical issues, such as headaches (which may be due to increased intracranial pressure), visual disturbances due to neurological disorders, and facial trauma, including eye socket bone fractures.

Specialty procedures

 Intravitreal injections for retinal disease
 Retinal surgery
 Advanced corneal transplant surgery
 Filtration surgery (trabeculectomy and valve implants) - for treatment of glaucoma
 Strabismus surgery
 Pterygium removal surgery – to remove benign growth of the conjunctiva
 Ptosis surgery
 Cataract surgery
 Plastic eyelid surgery
 Orbital surgery
 Chalazion surgery – to treat eyelid cysts

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