Did you know you can access Cataract and Refractive lasers on an as-needed basis with no upfront capital investment?
Wouldn’t it be great if you could serve patients while reducing your ongoing costs? You can, with Sightpath Medical.
Sightpath believes that state-of-the-art care should be available to every surgeon, every facility and every patient, regardless of location. We are the nation’s leading provider of equipment and services for ophthalmic surgery, nobody has a better reputation for advanced technology, personalized solutions and responsive support.
The benefits are many for practices who partner with Sightpath Medical:
Provide your patients with state-of-the-art care, close to home regardless of location, market demand or practice size
Achieve consistency of care using the tools and technology you prefer at all locations where you perform procedures
Eliminate the expense and hassles of ownership, from capital outlay and ongoing maintenance to staff training and machine obsolescence
Give your staff the means to focus on patient care while we oversee ordering, inventory, training and certification
Grow your practice with our marketing services and resources for practice development, patient education and implementation assistance
Nobody has a better reputation for advanced technology, personalized solutions and responsive support. Contact Sightpath today for your strategic business review.
Learn more about what makes Sightpath Medical the leader in advanced ophthalmic solutions.
I Choose Sightpath
Sightpath provides state-of-the-art technology and services an economic possibility wherever and whenever they are needed.
Sightpath On The Move
Sightpath employees travel over 3 million miles ever year to deliver quality care, close to home. We are pleased to serve more than 1300 surgeons in 49 states.
Our patented “Roll-On, Roll-Off” technology allows us to deliver sensitive ophthalmic technology to your practice.
A research team composed of scientists from the Philippines, United Kingdom, and the United States found that – compared to manual clear corneal incisions (CCI) – femtosecond laser-constructed incisions achieve better wound sealability, a quality that may reduce the risk of surgical complications.