Huntington Beach, CA, March 18, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- VMR Institute, a leading facility for treatment of disorders of vitreous, macula, and retina in the Los Angeles and Orange County areas, announced today that Dr. Jerry Sebag has been selected by the Orange County Medical Association as a Physician of Excellence for 2014. This honor is bestowed upon those that the Orange County Medical Association recognizes as the best doctors in the county.
“I am extremely honored to have been chosen by the Orange County Medical Association as a Physician of Excellence. Vision is such a gift, and nothing is more gratifying than helping patients from Orange County and beyond to hold on to that gift. I am so grateful to be recognized for this, and thankful to the Orange County Medical Association,” said Dr. Sebag.
Every year, the Orange County Medical Association conducts a comprehensive survey of local physicians and rates them based on leadership, teaching and mentoring, research, and humanitarian service to the community. The nomination and selection process and criteria were established by a special committee of the Orange County Medical Association and approved by the Board of Directors.
Since 1986 the VMR Institute in Huntington Beach has been a leading facility for treatment of disorders of vitreous, macula, and retina for decades. In addition to providing outstanding care for patients in the Huntington Beach, Los Angeles, and Orange County areas, Dr. Sebag, and Dr. Chong also lend their expertise and knowledge to medical professionals throughout the country and the world.
About VMR Institute
The VMR Institute is a state-of-the-art treatment and research facility in Huntington Beach, California, near Los Angeles. The institute provides laser therapy and surgery of the eye’s vitreous, macula, and retina. Sensitive to the needs of each patient, expert surgeons Dr. Jerry Sebag and Dr. Lawrence P. Chong offer specialty care with compassion. Dr. Sebag and Dr. Chong are considered pre-eminent authorities on the diagnosis and treatment of complex conditions of the eye, teaching surgeons here and throughout the world.