News and Reports

Recognition For Excellence

  • Dr. Pollard receives award

    In June 2016, Dr. Pollarad received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the University of Georgia School of Medicine recognizing 50 years of service to the field of eye health, significant contributions to the care and treatment of strabismus, and the training of generations of pediatric ophthalmologists.

  • Drs. Pollard, Kozarsky and Greenberg cited in Atlanta magazine’s list of “Atlanta’s Top Doctors” in their specialties.
  • In December 2010, the James Hall Eye Center passed the Triennial Review and received the Certificate of Fellowship Program Compliance in the subspecialty of pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus. We are the only accredited pediatric fellowship in North America not located at a university.
  • The James Hall Eye Center received a letter of appreciation from the Association of University Professors of Ophthalmology Fellowship Compliance Committee for its valuable contribution to the education of the next generation of pediatric ophthalmologists.

AAPOS Conference

As our ptosis project progresses, we continue to receive recognition from the medical community; we will be presenting our ptosis results at the National Meeting of the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus this April in Seattle, Washington.

AAO Pediatric Symposium

The American Academy of Ophthalmology sponsored a Pediatric Symposium in Chicago in November 2005 in which Dr. Marc Greenberg gave a speech concerning “Expanded Use of Superior Oblique Expanders.”

Success With Superior Oblique Expanders

Using the superior oblique muscle silicone expander on overacting superior oblique muscles has produced results in which the patients do not complain of torsional problems in over 250 cases. Only one patient had a mild paresis of a superior oblique and only one had a mild residual overaction of the superior oblique muscles. These results have been truly wonderful for our patients.