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Cataract Surgery topic for July 23 Dinner with a Doc

Cataract Surgery topic for July 23 Dinner with a Doc

On Tuesday, July 23, St. John’s Medical Center will offer Dinner with a Doc at the Senior Center of Jackson Hole. The evening will feature three eye care providers, who will present “Cataract Surgery: Updates and Outcomes.” Topics will include local options for the cataract procedure, recovery time, and the correction of other visual problems through surgery.

The dinner begins at 6 pm, and the talk will follow.

The menu includes chicken Caesar salad, whole wheat breadstick, beets, fresh fruit cup, and carrot cake.

The dinner is free for seniors, through support from the St. John’s Hospital Foundation, and $8 for guests. RSVP to the Senior Center at 733-7300.

Presenters William Ramsay, MD; Jamie Monroe, MD; and Bonnie Kovacs, OD, have been providing individualized eye care to the Jackson Hole and regional communities for the last two decades. They will be combining their practices into a new merged practice, the Teton Eye Clinic, on July 1, 2019.


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