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Connect with Saving Sight at ESCRS 2017

Patrick Gore at the 2016 ESCRS conference in Copenhagen.Lets's connect at ESCRS 2017!

Our Saving Sight team is excited to be back at the annual European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS) Congress October 7-11, 2017.  We'd love the opportunity to connect with ophthalmologists, surgeons and other eye care professionals while there. Patrick Gore, Chief Business Development Officer at Saving Sight, will be at ESCRS and looks forward to hearing how Saving Sight can best suit your ocular needs in a simple and convenient way. Please reach out to Patrick Gore soon to coordinate a time to connect at the conference. 

We look forward to an enriching conference in Lisbon!

For additional information: Patrick Gore, Chief Business Development Officer, 816.255.1337

 


Saving Sight Expands KC Team

New employees meet in Kansas City for new employee orientation with Jenny McElhany, Human Resources Manager.Kansas City, Mo. (August 30, 2017) – The addition of 7 new employees to Saving Sight’s Kansas City location adds several new roles to help aid in the organization's mission to change lives by saving sight. These new positions allow Saving Sight to continue in growth and innovation as one of the nation’s leading providers of corneal tissue for transplantation. The new employees are Kevin Wright, Business Development Manager; Dana Froehlich, Client Services Specialist; Leon Hill, Recovery Manager; Ben Robertson, IT Administrator; Emily Cushing, Laboratory Technician; Heather Kaiser, Quality Assurance Specialist; and Tamara McCully, part time Recovery Technician.


Saving Sight Announces Kansas City Relocation

Kansas City, Mo. (July 25, 2017) – Construction is set to begin in August for Saving Sight’s Northland expansion into the former Equity Plaza office building at 10560 NW Ambassador Drive in Kansas City, Platte County. The acquisition of the majority of Equity Plaza building was completed in July and will give the non-profit ocular services provider 18,094 square feet of commercial office space.

Set for completion in late in 2018, the building renovation will feature an open floor plan and other features to enhance collaboration, as well a clean room lab environment for tissue processing. Firms involved in Saving Sight’s new headquarters project include Development Initiatives, Centric Projects, and Clockwork Architecture and Design.