All Posts in Category: Princeton Eye Group News

3/27/20 Announcement – Telemedicine Consults

Dear Valued Patients, Due to the extended coronavirus emergency, Princeton Eye Group doctors are offering patients telemedicine consults. We are using doxy.me for online video consultations. Please understand these are necessarily limited in scope, but many patients may benefit from these engagements. All existing patients who have had their non-urgent exams cancelled will be offered […]

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IMPORTANT COVID-19 Announcement as of 3/22/20

Upon guidance from the US CDC, the State of New Jersey and the American Academy of Ophthalmology, effective immediately, all routine eyecare appointments and elective surgical procedures are cancelled through April 15. Patients will be called at a later date to reschedule, once we are sure of re-opening for regular care. We will continue to […]

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Princeton Eye Group Statement on Coronavirus Situation 3/13/2020

Dear Valued Patients, As you are aware, the COVID-19 coronavirus infection is affecting our area. The health and well-being of our patients and staff are foremost on our minds. To that end, we have instituted several steps to safeguard our community while providing the highest quality ophthalmic care. We will follow all recommended guidelines from […]

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5th PEG Cares Day

On Sat. March 7, 2020, we held our 5th “PEG Cares” Day. This is an ongoing charity program of Princeton Eye Group doctors and employees giving back to the community that we serve. Underserved patients, who are selected and scheduled by the Bristol-Myers Squibb Clinic at the U Penn/ Princeton Medical Center, are seen free-of-charge […]

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Princeton Eye Group “All Stars” in a Benefit Concert

The Princeton Eye Group held a fantastic benefit concert on November 12, 2019, raising over $23,000 for Dr. John Cropsey and Kibuye Hope Eye Hospital in Burundi, Africa. As part of that of that concert, we utilized talent directly from our office, The Princeton Eye Group “All Stars”. The band included: Lead and Background Vocals: […]

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Help provide the gift of sight to those in need in Burundi

Help The Princeton Eye Group raise funds for the Kibuye Hope Project! A new line of adult and children’s clothing is available on Etsy, and a percentage of sales will be donated to the Kibuye Project. Clothing can be purchased at http://etsy.me/2DLSHsr (see the EyeCare items). All orders will be mailed directly to the buyer. The Kibuye […]

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Support the Kibuye Hope Project in style with Princeton Eye Group clothing

After sponsoring a highly successful charity concert featuring our very own Dr. John Epstein’s band Project One, The Princeton Eye Group is continuing to raise funds for the Kibuye Hope Project. A percentage of sales will be donated to the Project when purchasing #?care clothing and merchandise online. The Kibuye Hope Project is a teaching […]

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PEG Cares Day – Fall/Winter 2019

On Sat. November 2, Dr. Stephen Felton and staff volunteered their time and skills for our fourth PEG Cares Day.  Over a dozen needy patients were seen at no cost.  They were referred from the Bristol-Myers Squibb Clinic at Penn Medicine Princeton Health.  Thanks to Dr. Felton, Meredith, Melissa, Katerina, Phyllis and Alexis for your […]

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Concert of Hope on November 12, 2019

Our “A Concert for Hope” raised nearly $25k to help save lives and provide vital eye care to the impoverished nation of Burundi, Africa and specifically the Kibuye Eye Clinic. The sold-out show took place on Tuesday, November 12th at Hopewell Theatre and featured the musical talents of several Princeton Eye Group doctors and staff. […]

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The AcrySof IQ PanOptix Trifocal intraocular lens implant by Alcon

The doctors of the Princeton Eye Group pride themselves on always being on the forefront of technology. This week our doctors were among the very first in the country to offer and implant the AcrySof IQ PanOptix Trifocal intraocular lens implant by Alcon. This is the first and only FDA-approved trifocal lens implant, offering an […]

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