Our commitment as an employer
At EuroEyes,our commitment to the development of our employees is of the highest priority. We are always looking for young graduates, experienced professionals and career changers, as well as medical and non-medical professionals to join EuroEyes. The EuroEyes Academy runs its own special programs for the training and education of its employees.
Commitment to education, science and research
In addition to providing eye care solutions through surgical procedures, EuroEyes continuously carries out research in order to achieve the best possible treatment for each patient. As part of our scientific analysis, the treatment results are statistically evaluated to optimise the treatment techniques. EuroEyes clinics are equipped with the latest and most advanced technology and are at the forefront of technological and surgical advances in laser eye surgery. In order to maintain the highest standards possible we are in constant exchange with our partners and the industry.
Many of our surgeons work as instructors for the Commission of Refractive Laser Surgery (KRC). KRC is a joint committee of the Professional Association of German Ophthalmologists (BVA) and the German Ophthalmological Society (DOG). The Commission for Refractive Surgery evaluates refractive surgical procedures in line with current standards in science. To adhere to the requirements of the German Medical Association regarding structure, process and the quality of the results, KRC has developed recommendations for quality assurance of all new procedures. KRC carries out theoretical and practical courses in accordance with KRC quality assurance guidelines.
As you generally don't have to depend on your glasses after treatment,we at Euro Eyes invite you to make a little contribution and donate your glasses for a good cause. We collect about 200 to 400 glasses annually and donate them to people in need in developing countries.
Providing eye care in less developed countries
EuroEyes doctors accept social responsibility and regularly contribute their highly specialised knowledge and expertise in cooperation with international organizations by giving medical-humanitarian aid – to help visually impaired people who live in less developed countries.
EuroEyes improves lives in the Dominican Republic
A team of nine EuroEyes doctors, nurses and refractive coordinators travelled to La Romana in the Dominican Republic, in cooperation with Surgical Eye Expeditions (SEE) International, a nonprofit humanitarian aid program for the blind and visually impaired. The team then established an ophthalmic surgery center at the local hospital. Approximately 130 patients in El Buen Samaritano were in need of surgical eye procedures. Many of the patients were suffering from cataracts that, in many less developed countries are left untreated and lead to blindness. "Through EuroEyes projects such as those in the Dominican Republic, we want to support our colleagues in other countries to improve the lives of patients," explains Dr. Jørgensen. Apart from providing surgical support, EuroEyes also donated 200 artificial lenses, and provided the people in the hospital El Buen Samaritano with glasses.
Commitment in Gannan, China
In April 2018, the EuroEyes team made the long journey from Europe to Gannan to offer the local Chinese residents the opportunity to live a pain-free life. The charity trip to Gannan was coordinated by the Gansu Provincial Health & Family Planning Commission and initiated jointly by the EuroEyes Group, the Shunfeng Charity Foundation and the Shenzhen Cross-Border E-Commerce Association. On site, the Gannan State Health & Family Planning Commission and Gannan People's Hospital implemented the project. Dr. Jørn S. Jørgensen, founder and CEO of EuroEyes, Dr. Jannik Boberg-Ans and many other EuroEyes employees performed operations on more than 190 visually impaired patients.
Due to a lack of financial resources in the health sector, poor infrastructure and few hospitals, the people affected in Gannan suffer from a lack of medical care. EuroEyes donated hundreds of artificial lenses for the treatment of cataracts.