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Surgical Co-Management

Part of being a successful optometrist in today’s world lies in knowing when a patient should be referred to an ophthalmologist. We have a vast network of surgeons in all aspects of sub-specialties pertaining to your eye. As we continue to expand our clinical capabilities, our team of doctors will always help navigate and bridge the gap between your primary care and your medical-surgical needs.


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Surgical Co-Management

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is surgical co-management?
Surgical co-management is a collaborative approach between an optometrist and an ophthalmologist to provide comprehensive care for patients who require surgical procedures, such as cataract surgery, LASIK, or glaucoma surgery. The optometrist and ophthalmologist work together to evaluate the patient's eligibility for surgery, perform pre-operative assessments, provide post-operative care, and ensure optimal visual outcomes.
How does surgical co-management benefit patients?
Surgical co-management offers several benefits to patients. It provides continuity of care as the optometrist, who is often the primary eye care provider, remains involved throughout the surgical process. This allows for a seamless transition between pre-operative and post-operative care. Additionally, the optometrist can monitor the patient's progress, manage any potential complications, and address any non-surgical eye care needs.
What is the role of the optometrist in surgical co-management?
In surgical co-management, the optometrist plays a crucial role. They perform pre-operative evaluations to determine a patient's candidacy for surgery, including assessing the overall eye health, measuring refractive errors, and gathering relevant information. The optometrist also provides patient education, discusses surgical options, assists in selecting the appropriate surgeon, and ensures proper post-operative care, including monitoring healing, managing medications, and addressing any concerns or complications that may arise.