Local  expertise, advanced vision care

The Central New York Vision Forum is a regionally based patient centered, clinically focused learning experience to improve knowledge, skills and decision making for everyday practice. The conference is designed to foster maximal participation by the audience and to enhance personal and professional relationships.


Join us May 4th and 5th, 2018 at the Crouse Marley Education Center; located at 765 Irving Ave, Syracuse, NY 13210





Intimate Education extensive panel discussions provide ample opportunity to ask questions, exchange ideas, and get your voice heard.


Comprehensive Program highlighting cornea, glaucoma, cataract, retina,  oculoplastics, pediatrics, uveitis, new surgical techniques  and the utility of new technology.


Local Experts offer insight into both common and unusual clinical  challenges.


Interactive Format enhances personal learning and professional relationships.


Valuable CME 10 hours of CME to help keep up with credentialing.


Industry Free completely non-sponsored educational forum provides unique  opportunity to exchange ideas.


Ophthalmic Technician Meeting there will be a separate Ophthalmic Technician Meeting on Friday April 7th that will be eligible for JCAHPO Group A credit.





What are the newest intraocular lenses and how are local surgeons deciding on which to use?

What are the most current trends in use of multifocal lenses in cataract surgery?

What is the best initial therapy for glaucoma and when should I decided to treat more aggressively?

Are MIGS devices becoming popular?

How should I work up a patient with vitritis?

How do I differentiate between masquerading retinal lesion; AMD vs SCR, schisis vs peripheral RD, others?

Why is my Eye bulging?!

What are some tips on performing an efficient and effective strabismus examination?

What are the most current treatment trends for keratoconus, endothelial dystrophies and glaucoma in post corneal transplant eyes?

How are my colleagues handling new government reporting requirements like MACRA and MIPS?

Should a cataract surgeon take a Pars Plana approach to a broken capsule?

How should I management my OHT and glaucoma patients having cataract surgery?


What to fix first; cataract or macular hole?


What can be done for my patient's facial nerve palsy?


Many many more