KU Eye Centennial

 KU Eye Day Feb. 19, 2014

Left is the photo of KU Eye Staff with Representative Grosserode and Governor Brownback in Topeka before the Kansas House Resolution designating February 19, 2014 as KU Eye was read into the record.







While 2013 has certainly been a productive and exciting year, we have even grander plans for 2014, our Centennial! 

Your KU Eye Team is pleased to share with you - our supporters, partners, patients and colleagues - a few highlights of our plans for the yearlong celebration of such a significant milestone:

Jayhawk    Department Holiday Gala on January 19th to commemorate our founding on January 1, 1914. 

Jayhawk    The Quarterly Century of Caring Lecture Series, which begins in February and is designed to include fellow physicians and the community at large. 

Jayhawk    The Kansas City St. Patrick's Day Parade float for the third year, with a goal of 100 participants and taking 1st place (got 2nd last year!).

Jayhawk    The GRAND OPENING of our new KU Eye Surgery & Laser Center, LLC, is scheduled for 6 p.m. April 24th (operational in February).  Located on the second floor of our current building, we will have live music and tours of our ambulatory surgery center (ASC). 

Jayhawk    The fifth annual Kansas EyeCon CME conference on May 9th and 10th in Overland Park, Kansas, where the first distinguished Lemoine Alumni Lecturer will present.

Jayhawk    An Awareness Walk with Sight Buddies to promote World Sight Day in October.

Our goal is to offer something for everyone, while promoting the values and mission of KU Eye Center: outreach, education, collaboration and excellence in eye care. Please click here to take a brief survey and/or provide input that will greatly help us plan the activities and events that will gain the greatest participation.  Click here to sign up for updates and to learn about participating; we hope you can join us!

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Last modified: Feb 28, 2014