We are in a race against time before sight loss becomes a major public health issue in Australia. Your donation today will help fund a new special 3D microscope and training to save the sight of more people like Roshni.
Sydney Eye Hospital Foundation is proud to support Contact Trace, a digital artwork, free to the public,
19-23 May 2021, from twilight to 11pm.
Some people see the world through rose-coloured glasses but for photographic artist Ralph Kerle the world is an even more beautiful place. Thanks to a corneal transplant donor, he is seeing it through someone else’s eyes!
Thanks to a generous donation from Sydney Eye Hospital Foundation (SEHF), in partnership with Sydney / Sydney Eye Hospital, free guest Wi-Fi is now available in busy clinical areas like Outpatient and Emergency Departments.
Meet they Sydney Eye Hospital Foundations Fellows for 2020. Supporting Sydney Eye Hospital in this extremely difficult year during the COVID-19 outbreak.
As a sports commentator, Andrew’s eyes are his career. But just like the 140,000 + patients we treat in Sydney Eye Hospital every year, he feared for his future. This is his story.
Proud to be associated with the recent launch of The Eye Donor App, an initiative of Sydney Eye Hospital Foundation, University of Wollongong, NSW Health and DonateLife.
Each year the lives of thousands of Australians are transformed through the transplantation of the cornea from donated eyes. With demand increasing, we’re proud to support Amy Chumkasian, registered nurse at Sydney Eye Hospital and PhD candidate in launching the Eye Donor app, now available from Apple and Google Play stores, free of charge.
Interestingly, even people who wear glasses, have had past surgery, or suffer from some eye diseases can still donate.
Please download the app and see if you can become an eye donor.