LATEST NEWS

  • 16 June 2022
    EuroEyes is the 2022 FOCUS Money test winner among eye clinics in Germany with a score of 100 percent!
  • 03 June 2022
    At our flagship clinic in Hamburg, Germany, the “ZEISS AT LISA® tri Certificate of Excellence” for the most implanted lenses worldwide was presented to Jørn S. Jørgensen, MD – Founder, CEO Head of EuroEyes.
  • 06 May 2022
    Staar Surgical President Hans Blickensdorfer officially presented the certificate to Jørn S. Jørgensen, MD – Founder, CEO and Medical Director of the EuroEyes clinic group – at our flagship clinic in Hamburg on May 3.
  • 25 April 2022
    On April 1 and 2, 2022, the annual national EuroEyes physicians’ meeting took place in Hamburg, germany. 20 physicians and 10 optometrists from all clinic sites in Germany participated in this two-day exchange at the Sidehotel to discuss current therapeutic procedures, analyze achieved results, and evaluate promising new diagnostic and treatment modalities.
  • 01 April 2022
    Jørn S. Jørgensen, MD – Founder, CEO and Medical Director of the EuroEyes group of clinics – receives the “Germany’s Awarded Doctors 2022” award for Refractive Surgery.
  • 23 March 2022
    We are very pleased to present to you the English-language Facebook page of EuroEyes. There you will always find our latest news, which were previously only available in German on the Facebook page of EuroEyes.
  • 26 January 2022
    EuroEyes International Eye Clinic Limited (“EuroEyes” or the “Company”, together with its subsidiaries, the “Group”, stock code: 1846), a leading global vision correction service provider, is pleased to announce that EuroEyes UK, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company, has entered into a Share Purchase Agreement (“Share Purchase Agreement”) to acquire the entire issued shares in London Vision Clinic Partners Limited (“LoVC”) with the legal and beneficial owners of LoVC (“Sellers”), for a maximum consideration of approximately £30,875,000 (“Consideration”).
  • 06 July 2021
    “Star” generally means various eye diseases. The word “star” is derived from “rigid” (old German: “star”), since the “rigid gaze” was the name for the gaze of the blind in the Middle Ages. Blindness due to an eye disease is also called black star (A). White star is a white scar on the cornea. The most widespread eye diseases in Germany include cataract (grey star) and glaucoma.
  • 02 July 2021
    Wearing masks during the COVID-19 pandemic has contributed to an increase in dry eye disease (DED) , especially among patients who wear contact lenses and / or glasses.
  • 30 June 2021
    The need for blue light and reading glasses typically arises around the age of 40, when people begin to develop age-related poor eyesight. Working on a screen and using mobile devices is an ever-increasing part of our lives. In fact, 86% of private individuals in Germany use a smartphone and 58% of Germans have a tablet.
  • 18 June 2021
    EURO 2020 is in full swing with games in eleven host countries. This includes Telia Parken in Copenhagen – Denmark’s national stadium and one of the most prestigious sports buildings in the world.
  • 06 June 2021
    For more than 20 years the magazine FOCUS has published medical lists of the leading medical professionals in Germany. As part of the extensive research, the list of the top ophthalmologists for 2021 has now been published. It was Dr. Jørn Jørgensen who has been included in the “FOCUS doctor list” for the 10th time and is once again one of Germany’s top ophthalmologists. In addition to Dr. Jørn Jørgensen, EuroEyes doctors Dr. Markus Bauer, Dr. Barbara Lege and PD Dr. Ralf-Christian Lerche received the FOCUS seal. Since 2012, the doctors have received the annual “Top Medic” award without interruption.

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