Lions Eye Institute Northwest Hub

Lions Eye Institute Northwest Hub

The North West Vision Hub is a model for eye health care that is based on efficient and cost-effective methods for providing the most advanced eye health care available, within a supportive multi-disciplinary health care environment.

The Hub will be a North West base for Lions Outback Vision, part of the Lions Eye Institute, providing access to ophthalmology and telehealth clinics, seminar rooms and open space for community diabetic health education.

The property was donated by Wen Giving and Hawaiian to deliver eye health services, education and patient support that will reach the far north west and north east of Western Australia, benefiting Indigenous people, local residents, health workers and their communities.

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