Thomas Albini, New President of the Miami Ophthalmological
join us in welcoming Dr. Thomas Albini, named 2011 President
for The Miami Ophthalmological Society! .Dr. Albini is an
Assistant Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology at Bascom Palmer
Eye Institute and his term is for one year. His clinical practice
at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute and Bascom Palmer of the Palm
Beaches specializes in inflammatory eye diseases and vitreoretinal
Dr. Henry Trattler and Dr. Harry W. Flynn Jr.
have been named Executive Directors for the Miami Ophthalmological
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you Dr. Mark Werner!
behalf of the Miami Ophthalmological Society, we would like
to thank Dr. Mark Werner for serving as a President for the
year 2010. Dr. Werner continues to assist board members obtaining
sponsorship for future educational meetings during 2011.
Palmer #1 AGAIN! for the sixth year in a row!
Palmer Eye Institute has been ranked the No. 1 hospital in
the country for ophthalmology in the 18th annual survey of
America’s Best Hospitals to be published in the July
23 issue of U.S.News & World Report. Three other specialties
at the UM/Jackson Memorial Medical Center were also ranked
among the nation’s best.
“This honor is testimony to the highest quality of care
we provide every day to our patients, our outstanding national
medical education programs, and the research advances continually
made in our clinics and laboratories,”
three other UM/Jackson Memorial Medical Center programs that
joined Bascom Palmer in the rankings are ear, nose, and throat,
which climbed to No. 17 this year from No. 22 last year; digestive
disorders, ranked No. 32; and kidney disease, ranked No. 32.