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Dr. Snodgrass Invited to Join International Association of HealthCare Professionals

by dwasylow 30 November 2015 13:04 PM

The International Association of HealthCare Professionals (IAHCP) recently announced the addition of Gainesville Eye Physicians’ own Dr. Gregory Snodgrass to its prestigious membership. As a result, Dr. Snodgrass will soon be published in The Leading Physicians of the World, a journal that “selects and documents biographies of medicine’s brightest minds.”

The IAHCP is a community of elite healthcare providers that promotes professional interaction, ideas exchange, education and empowerment. Its membership is comprised of professionals from more than 30 different medical specialties and associations. Through their collection of exclusive publications and websites, IAHCP provides healthcare providers a platform to share insights and connect with fellow professionals around the world.

Dr. Snodgrass has practiced medicine for 27 years, providing comprehensive state-of-the-art ophthalmology diagnosis and treatments. In addition to eye exams and general vision care, Dr. Snodgrass specializes cataract surgery and dry eye treatment.

Dr. Snodgrass has performed more than 20,000 cataract surgeries, bringing renewed vision to thousands of patients across North Central Florida. As the area’s first physician to use the LenSx laser-assisted cataract system, he delivers an unsurpassed level of care. Laser-assisted surgery is more precise, pain-free and requires less recovery time than traditional cataract surgery. Patients often experience improved vision before even leaving the recovery room.

Dr. Snodgrass and Gainesville Eye Physicians recently launched their Dry Eye Center of Excellence, a specialty segment dedicated to providing the highest-quality care for patients with dry eye syndrome. LipiFlow is among the practice’s most popular dry eye treatment options. An in-office treatment, LipiFlow unblocks meibomian glands along the eyelid to restore normal eye lubrication. In studies, 79% of patients reported improvements in dry eye symptoms following LipiFlow treatment.

If you or a loved one needs the best eye care available, contact Gainesville Eye Physicians today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Snodgrass, or any of our expert team of ophthalmologists, optometrists and opticians. We’re here to bring you a clearer view.



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