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Dr. Sebag Receives Orange County Medical Association Physician of Excellence Honor 2014 Dr. Jerry Sebag earns “Orange County Physician of Excellence” honor from the prestigious Orange County Medical Association Huntington Beach, Calif., September, 24, 2013 — VMR Institute, a leading facility for treatment of disorders of vitreous, macula,...

On Dec 7, 2012 Dr. Sebag was a guest speaker at the 5th Amsterdam Retina Debate invited by the University of Amsterdam in The Netherlands. Dr. Sebag shared with surgeons in Europe the VMR Institute’s excellent experience curing floaters. The audience was composed of eye surgeons who were asked to vote...

Floaters are hair-like, fly-like, grey linear structures that interfere with vision, especially when looking at a bright white background like a white wall, the sky, a hill of snow, etc. Floaters are not seen in dim light situations or when looking at dark backgrounds, such...

Dr. Lawrence P. Chong of the VMR Institute in Huntington Beach, Orange County presented a lecture at the 44th Annual Meeting of the prestigious Retina Society which was combined with the Italian Retina Society meeting in Rome. Dr. Lawrence P. Chong of the VMR Institute in Huntington...

To mark the occasion, Dr. Sebag and Dr. Chong of the VMR Institute in Huntington Beach in Orange County participated in a celebration at the Newport Bay Surgery Center across PCH from Hoag Hospital.  This center was built exclusively for eye surgery and has state-of-the-art...

In June 2011 Dr. Sebag was invited by the American Academy of Ophthalmology and European Society of Ophthalmology to organize a symposium at their joint meeting in Geneva. The topic was “Vitreous – from Biochemistry to Clinical Relevance”. Joining Dr. Sebag and appearing from left...

In November, 2010, Dr. Sebag was visiting professor at Nagoya University in Japan.  At the request of Professor Hiroko Teraski, who is the Chairperson of the Department of Ophthalmology, Dr. Sebag examined patients in the out-patient clinic of the Nagoya University Hospital and discussed these...

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Alert

In response to the threat posed by the C-virus pandemic throughout the world, the VMR Institute for Vitreous Macula Retina has instituted protective measures that are in compliance with the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the California Medical Association (CMA). These specifically include telephone screening for recent travel and relevant symptoms, measuring patient temperature upon presentation to the office, decreasing patient visit volumes by only caring for urgent or emergent cases, and spreading out appointments to implement ‘social distancing’. All staff are equipped with PPE and all equipment and patient contact areas are cleaned between patients.

Thank you for your patience and forbearance during these trying times. Together, we shall prevail.

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