Dr. Seth Krawitz travelled to Rwanda in 2017 with friend and fellow ophthalmologist Sam Cady. Alongside Rwandan ophthalmologist Dr. John Nkurikiye, they provided cataract surgery in remote parts of the country.
The Zoster Eye Disease Study (ZEDS), supported by the National Eye Institute of the National Institutes of Health, aims to determine the best treatment to reduce the complications of herpes zoster ophthalmicus, also referred to as shingles of the eye. Our goals are to have a diverse group of study participants and to make the study as accessible as possible across the United States and Canada. Your participation in this research study will enable us to find the best treatment for zoster/shingles of the eye. Interested in being in our study?
LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR ZEDS STUDY
Virginia Eye Institute optical shops may have different participating insurance providers than the eye doctors at Virginia Eye Institute. Before purchasing glasses or contact lenses, please check with your insurance provider to ensure you’re eligible for benefits. When applicable, we’re happy to work with you on a case-by case-basis to provide you with all documentation needed for maximum insurance reimbursement.
Consistent with state and federal privacy laws, and as a condition of treatment, audio or video recordings are not permitted inside Virginia Eye Institute facilities. Should anyone be observed recording or taking photographs with a cellphone or other device, the individual will be asked to immediately erase the audio, video or photographs to protect the privacy of other patients and VEI associates.
Photographs or recordings of a doctor may be taken only with the doctor’s permission and only if no other patients are captured in the images or recordings.