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Dr. Sean’s Medical Files on CBS4 highlights LifeStyle Vision procedures.

(CBS4) Imagine seeing with quadruple the clarity, quadruple the color, and quadruple the contrast of the best high definition television set.


Facing the Next DISASTER — Preparedness for the Ophthalmologist

Tornadoes lash a city, quakes collapse a bridge, floods burst a levee, explosions derail a commuter train. Is there a doctor in the house? Dr. Rand is one of the experts interviewed for this article by EyeNet, of the American Academy of Ophthalmology (The Eye M.D. Association).


Rand Eye Institute Introduces LIFESTYLE VISION Correction

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. — Aimed at enhancing your vision with state-of-the-art breakthroughs in ophthalmology, including CustomVue LASIK and lens exchange technologies, the Rand Eye Institute, a comprehensive eye care and surgical facility, is pleased to announce that vision is now available at the highest quality never possible before. 


New Medicare Ruling Sets Precedent, Providing Seniors More Options

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. — Expanding the number of healthcare options available to seniors, a ruling announced by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) provides Medicare recipients affected by cataracts a wider range of advanced vision correction options than were previously available under the plan.


Rand Eye Institute Personalizes Approach to Laser Vision Correction

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. — With the introduction of VISX Star 4-WaveScan System, the Rand Eye Institute, a leader in ophthalmology, is pleased to offer greater flexibility in developing a more personalized approach to laser vision correction (LASIK).


New Cancer Treatment Developed and Tested at the Rand Eye Institute

DALLAS, Texas — A new treatment for pre-cancerous lesions of the eye was presented before the 2000 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO). This treatment, introduced by the Rand Eye Institute of Deerfield Beach, Fla. es an eye drop in the treatment of primary Corneal Intraepithelial Neoplasia (CIN).


Back to School Eye Exams Can Save Children From a Lifetime of Visual Discomfort

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. — In honor of September’s Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month, the Rand Eye Institute, a comprehensive eye care and surgical facility, is encouraging you to make the most of your children’s education and maximize their potential, livelihood and development by including a comprehensive eye exam as part of your child’s back to school checklist.


The Rand Eye Foundation

The Rand Eye Foundation was created in January 15th, 1985 as a non-profit organization committed to research and education in the prevention of blindness.


Regression of Presumed Primary Conjunctival and Corneal Intraepithelial Neoplasia With Topical Interferon Alpha-2b

Conjunctival and corneal intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) is a precancerous lesion of the ocular surface,1 which is slowly pro- gressive with a low malignant potential. It may be a precursor to squamous cell carcinoma.2 Clinical differentiation between CIN and benign limbal lesions is based on characteristic clinical features and is not difficult.3

Rand Eye Institute Affords Students Rare Opportunity To View Live Surgical Procedure

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. — On Monday, May 15, 2006, as part of Broward County Public School’s Partners in Education program, Rand Eye Institute, a leader in ophthalmology, hosted nearly 100 seventh grade students from Crystal Lake Middle School, who received an introduction to the fields of Ophthalmology and Optometry while learning about the anatomy and physiology of the eye.


Keep An ‘Eye’ On Hurricane Related Injuries

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. — In response to the rising number of hurricane related injuries over the 2004 and 2005 hurricane seasons, the Rand Eye Institute, a comprehensive eye care and surgical facility in Deerfield Beach, is assisting South Florida residents to anticipate and prepare for an increasing number of storm related eye injuries. Rand Eye Institute’s “Hurricane Eye Safety Tips” can be found in select print advertisements throughout South Florida.



The Crystalens is the first and only intraocular lens replacement that focuses like the eye’s natural lens, allowing for continuous vision up close, far away, and all distances in between.


Children’s Eye Health

With tax-free week having ended and “Mommy can I have…” being heard more often than not, it means one thing…it’s that time of year again…back to school. More important than making sure your little one has the newest edition of Nike Air Force Ones, triple “A” outfits (Abercrombie & Fitch, American Eagle, Aeropostale) or the latest in high-tech school supplies, is making sure your children’s eyes are examined as part of the back to school checklist.


Rand Eye Institute – Community Involvement

On any given day, a stack of boring, plain white business solicitations resides in your mailbox. But, today is different. Juxtaposed against a slew of bills, credit card offers and other direct-mail marketing pieces, an eye-catching and otherwise fun envelope vies for your attention. Enfolded within the personalized parchment graced with computerized penmanship rests a colorful, artistically-designed invitation connecting you with South Florida’s ever present social scene. Positioned as South Florida’s premier event, it could be your chance to join hands with South Florida philanthropists, make an impression and more importantly a difference in the community.


Senate Testimony of William J. Rand, MD, Director, The Rand Eye Institute

Over the years Dr. Rand has provided education on health care matters and served as an advisor to both Republican and Democratic leaders. He is committed to maintaining excellence in medical care and a patient’s right to have access to the doctor of his or her choice.

Dr. Rand has had individual meetings with most of the key senators and congressmen involved in the health care field. He was asked to review the health care plan for the Bush administration.

Dr. Rand was invited to testify before the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources, Subcommittee on Labor regarding the causes of decreasing quality of health care under managed care arrangements.

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