Dear Colleague,

Escape the cold this January and join us in Hawaii.

We kick off each year with a trip to a sunny and scenic Hawaiian island. In 2016, more than 1,200 comprehensive ophthalmologists, retina specialists, nurses/technicians and administrators will come together for Hawaiian Eye and Retina. Some physicians come alone, but most bring a few team leaders to help strengthen practice growth and success. Many attendees also bring family or guests, so after sessions they can enjoy the island together.

Hawaiian Eye and Retina have been rated one of the best meetings in ophthalmology. We’re honored to consistently receive feedback such as, “Wonderful setting.” “Terrific presenters.” “Relevant content.” “Every year gets better.” This meeting was built on a foundation of approachable faculty, customized learning, intimate education, relevant updates and a great location – and we owe our success to maintaining this unique experience for our attendees.

More than 130 of the industry’s foremost experts join us to provide you with experienced perspective. We use a variety of formats to update and engage the audience. The laid back atmosphere and casual dress make open discussions comfortable for everyone. It’s truly an experience like no other.

We’ve also negotiated very reasonable room rates ranging from $253 – $350 per night at the Hilton Waikoloa Village, voted the #1 place to stay on Hawaii’s Big Island. Kids under six eat free breakfast and lunch at the thirteen restaurants on property. It also boasts an award-winning spa and two championship golf courses. You must register for the meeting before you can reserve a hotel room.

Please consider joining us. Feel free to contact meeting registration with any meeting or hotel questions.

Mahalo,

The Hawaiian Eye & Retina Planning Committee Members

P.S. Register by September 30 and save up to $150. Groups save up to $300.

Come see what’s new and exciting this year:

  • Expanded faculty with 137 members
  • Administrator program offers COE Credit(s)
  • New topics introduced across all programs
  • New guest speaker on Sunday
  • Dinosaur theme for sandcastle contest
  • Open bar included at the luau
This continuing medical education activity is provided by
   

Hawaiian Eye 2016 is sponsored, in part, by Bausch + Lomb and Shire.