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The Okulus Plus Clinic is one of the most modern and best-equipped ophthalmological facilities in the country. We treat over 17 000 of patients each year. The Quality Certificate ISO 9001:2008. stands for the best quality and best-standard of the medical service provided by us. The certificate – “A friendly clinic” i also a confirmation of the quality of the medical services in the Okulus Clinic, which is granted by the Department of Innovation of the Agency for Regional Development. Our Clinic is recognised by not only patients but also doctors: is a popular training centre, regularly visited by cooperating ophthalmologists.
We have introduced, as the first one in Poland, the Programme of Personification of Lens Consultation (PPLC) in the treatments of removing the cataract and implanting the lens. As one of two centers in the country we perform the PHP microperimetry that allows for the most early detection of the degenerating lesions in the retina. As one of the first in Poland we started the performance of the ophthalmological treatments within the Ophthalmological Unit of the one-day Surgery. The Okulus Plus Clinic as the first centre in Podbeskidzie bought an eye CT scanner – OCT, on which we are conducting thousands of diagnostic examinations each year. We are the first centre in Podbeskidzie and the third one in the Silesia that performs the surgeries of laser trabeculoplasty aiming at decreasing the intraocular pressure in glaucoma.
The Okulus Plus Clinic belongs to a limited group of medical leaders within the ophthalmological services. There has been performed 13% of all surgeries of implanting multifocal trajectory contact lenses in Poland in our facility in 2012 (the most technologically advanced implantable contact lenses used in treating the cataract, astigmatism and presbyopia.
We organise and engage in educational-charity action, inter alia: The School of a Healthy Vision, „Your blood may save somebody’s life” and the charity action – „The ophthalmologists for Africa”.