Entries by Rick

Mark Holloway Live on WTVM 10/5/17 at 6:00pm

WTVM News Leader 9 will cover an interview with Mr. Holloway @ 6pm tonight! Mr. Holloway was well informed on the history of the National Wildlife Federations’ Registered Wildlife Habitat program.   He shared the physician’s vision for a sustainable wildlife habitat at the North Sattelite Office;  and he spoke on the importance of green spaces […]

Gratitude Is Our Attitude

We have so much to offer Thanks for this year! The West Georgia Eye Care Center Thanksgiving prayer could span pages and pages. For the sake of fitting the list into this week’s blog we have limited it to the top 5, counting down… Fifth – Expansion – While there have certainly been some growing […]

Some Mondays Break the Rules

If Mondays do not usually impassion and motivate you, this past Monday should have been different! Monday, November 14th, 2016 was World Diabetes Day. West Georgia Eye Care Center appreciates WTVM NewsLeader 9 for helping us spread awareness of the importance of early screening! If you missed the message it is not too late! Click […]

Eyes on Diabetes

Prevalence, Prevention and Perseverance November is Diabetic Eye Health Month and November 14th is World Diabetes Day. The theme for this year is Eyes on Diabetes and will focus on promoting the importance of screening for early detection of type 2 diabetes. Early diagnosis is the key for early education and early treatment! Prevalence It […]

Dr. Stephen Beaty to receive the 2015 Outstanding Humanitarian Award

West Georgia Eye Care Center congratulates Dr. Stephen L. Beaty, recipient of the prestigious 2015 Outstanding Humanitarian Award from the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Nominated by the Georgia Society of Ophthalmology and West Georgia Eye Care Center, Dr. Beaty received this significant title of honor for his “commitment to caring for underprivileged patients” which spans […]