Medical Travel Show

Headquartered in Manila, Philippines, The Asian Eye Institute, is a leader in ophthalmic surgery and treatments. The Institute brings cutting-edge technology and innovation to the region through sophisticated eye care service delivery models. The Asian Eye Institute offers state-of-the-art ophthalmic care to both Filipinos and international patients.

 

Dr. Juan Pablo Nanagas and Dr. Patricia Manuell, the two leaders of the Institute joined The Medical Travel Show to discuss how they have positioned their organization, and what the future holds.

 

Spread out over the 7,000 islands of the Philippines, is a large population, many of whom are poor, in need of eye care. The need for specialty eye services led to Harvard trained ophthalmologist, Dr. Felipe Tolentino, creating the organization and recruiting the first specialists to work at the clinic in 2001. Since then, The Asian Eye Institute has greatly increased its staff numbers in order to accommodate the 70,000 Filipino and international consumers it serves every year.

 

The Asian Eye Institute’s international recognition is endorsed by its ISO certification and its accreditation by the Accreditation Canada International. It is the only ambulatory ophthalmological service in the Philippines to possess these international credentials. The Institute meticulously monitors and documents its processes to assure high quality outcomes for all patients.

 

Due to opportunities presented by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), The Asian Eye Institute foresees increased interest from international medical travelers. Interpreters for Japanese, Chinese, as well as Korean medical travelers are at ready to greet them.

 

The Asian Eye Institute is at the forefront of research in clinical care and service delivery models. The Institute has deployed sophisticated technology for identifying treatable eye disorders in remote locations in the Philippines. The same technologies help international patients efficiently identify and treat a variety of disorders such as cataract, glaucoma, and retinopathies. Such advanced equipment allows for more effective and timely diagnosis and treatment. Services available at the Institute range from simple revision evaluation and examinations to sophisticated surgeries like LASIK and SUPRACOR.

 

Listen to the full interview with Dr. Nanagas and Dr. Manuell to learn more about the Asian Eye Institute’s services and position as a leader in international eye care.

 

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Elizabeth Ziemba

Elizabeth Ziemba

President at Medical Tourism Training
With a diverse background in public health, law and business, Elizabeth brings a unique set of skills and experience to Medical Tourism Training with services including assessment tools, online and onsite training, workshops, and consulting services for governments, providers, facilitators, associations and others involved in medical travel.