Georgia Eye Bank is honored to partner with your surgeon in helping maintain and improve your vision. We take our role in the transplant process very seriously. Everything we do is designed for the best possible outcome for your eye surgery. Extensive screening and testing is conducted prior to providing donor tissue for surgery. Georgia Eye Bank is registered with the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and accredited by the Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA). Our medical directors, along with our Quality Systems & Regulatory Affairs department, ensure that our organization is consistently operating at the very highest standards in eye banking.
After your transplant, the best thing you can do is to take care of your donor tissue. It was given by a stranger, out of love. Honor the gift by following your physician’s instructions and return to the eye clinic as instructed post-operative monitoring.
We want to know about and become involved. If you are interested in helping Georgia Eye Bank with its public outreach efforts, we want to hear from you. Those interested in volunteering will receive training, materials, and instruction. We are looking for professional people with a passion for helping others. Whether it’s speaking to a group of nurses at a hospital, operating an informational booth at a community health fair, or assisting with a donor registry awareness event, we can find meaningful opportunities for you to get involved. To learn more, call 1-800-342-9812 and press option 3 to reach our Public & Professional Relations Department.