Bellevue Clinic: 1st Technology Demonstration Centre for Johnson & Johnson in Canada
The Bellevue Clinic had a partnership with AMO, acquired by Johnson & Johnson, for more than 10 years. Thanks to their advanced technologies, we can perform refractive laser surgeries with intraocular lens as well as with the excimer laser (LASIK).
The expertise and professionalism of our clinics were recognized during a Johnson & Johnson event last week. For the occasion, Dr. Paul Harasymowycz, our medical director, accompanied by Mylaine Beaudry, our director of clinical operations, had the honor of officializing the Bellevue clinics as the first demonstration centre for Johnson & Johnson technologies in Canada.
We are happy to share this news with you.
A first for an ophthalmology clinic in Canada
Thanks to this new step in our partnership, our patients will benefit from the latest advances in equipment in the ophthalmology field, and more specifically in refractive surgeries.
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If you have a request for an ophthalmology consultation, you can make an appointment online at the Bellevue Clinic.
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