Making Cataract Care Accessible
Operation Sight is the Foundation's U.S. based charitable cataract surgery program and has provided over 6,000 free surgeries to uninsured Americans in financial need.
As part of the program's recognition efforts, Operation Sight is rolling out a series of volunteer video conversations, highlighting the incredible work that fuels our mission. In this conversation, Michael P. Donahoe, MD of St. Louis Mission Cataract, shares the importance of cataract care accessibility in his local area and the rewards that he and his fellow volunteers experience during their charitable surgery days.
Dr. Donahoe is an EYEcon and champion of the program, and continues to create meaningful impact in the lives of uninsured and underinsured Americans in financial need. Watch Dr. Donahoe's inspirational video conversation below: