Lecture focuses on common eye surgery
Ophthalmologist Gregory Oldham, M.D.
If you have problems driving at night, with glare during the day or have vision that is cloudy or blurry, you may be suffering from cataracts. As one of the most common procedures in this country, the removal of cataracts is evolving and offering patients options that weren’t available previously. Learn more about this surgical procedure as Ophthalmologist Gregory Oldham, M.D., presents “Cataracts?” Set for Tuesday, August 19, 7 p.m., at the Chester County Technical College High School, this program is part of the ongoing series, hosted by Jennersville Regional Hospital, called Doctor Lectures in the Community.
An independent member of the Jennersville Regional Hospital Medical Staff, Dr. Oldham is an experienced and board certified Ophthalmologist. He earned his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. He completed an internal medicine internship at Albert Einstein Medical Center and an ophthalmology residency at Krieger Eye Institute at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore. He went on to complete fellowship training in glaucoma from Cullen Eye Institute at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX. Dr. Oldham is the principal physician of the West Grove office of Chester County Eye Care.
This program is free and open to the community with pre-registration. To attend, register online by logging onto Jennersville.com/events. For those without internet access, call 610-869-1223. The Chester County Technical College High School is located at 280 Pennock’s Bridge Road in West Grove.