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Dr. Moemen Al Reefy

Doctor
Ophthalmology
Al Reefy Eye and Lasik Centre
Bahrain

Dr. Moemen Al Reefy

Biography

Dr. Moemen Al-Reefy M.D, D.O., F.R.C.S, F.R.C.Opth. (London-UK) Since graduating from the Royal College of Surgeons (UK) in 1982, Dr. Al Reefy has distinguished himself in the highest manner both academically and professionally. Upon completing his residency in ophthalmology at Moorfield Eye Hospital and its associated hospitals in England, he completed his subspecialty fellowship in cornea and refractive surgery at Kremer Eye Institute in San Francisco, California. Dr. Al Reefy serves a senior consultant and head of the department of ophthalmology in many teaching hospitals in England, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Kingdom of Bahrain. He was also assistant professor in ophthalmology at Basra University College of Medicine and Arabian Gulf University Medical School in Bahrain. Dr. Al Reefy was among the first surgeons who introduced refractive surgery to the Gulf countries in the mid 1980’s. He brings an international reputation for his pioneering work in Excimer Laser refractive surgery. Over the last two decades, Dr. Al Reefy has performed over 30,000 laser eye surgery procedures, being the first one to introduce FEMTO Second Laser to perform ReLEx procedures in the Kingdom Of Bahrain and lectured extensively to professional colleagues around the world. Dr. Al Reefy has published many scientific papers and magazine articles on refractive surgery and latest techniques in eye surgery. Dr. Al Reefy is an active member of many charity societies and performed hundreds of cataract surgery to blind patients in charity camps in Sudan, Yemen, Iraq and Pakistan. Dr. Al Reefy also leads an active family life with 5 members of his family are specialized doctors. Throughout his career, he demonstrated a commitment to excellence in education and patient care.

Research Interest

Clinical Ophthalmology, retina, Cataract Surgery

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