VISIONVISION Houston Eye Associates Foundation NewsletterSpring
2011For His Safety and Others
Forced into early retirement because of his vision,Mr. Eloy
Anaya is now able to go back to workingpart-time and enjoy being
active once again.
Mr. Anaya needed his vision as he coordinated andtransported
auction cars. During his last few months ofemployment, he
encountered multiple car accidentswith parked cars due to his
vision limitations. He real-ized he was jeopardizing his and others
safety anddecided he could no longer drive, thus forcinghim into
early retirement. I felt locked inmy home as I did not feel safe
going out-side. Everything was just a blur, states Mr.Anaya.
Being a self-employed individual, he didnot have medical
insurance or the financialresources to have his vision corrected.
Healso did not qualify for any governmentmedical programs due to
his age nor countyindigent programs due to his nominalincome
During a routine visit at the county com-munity clinic, the
physician informed Mr.Anaya of the Houston Eye Associates
(HEA)Foundation. After struggling with cataracts for morethan two
years, depending on others for transportationand being limited to
his home, his hopes of restoringhis vision and independence soon
came to light.
Mr. Anaya applied for assistance with the HEAFoundation,
provided the necessary denial letters andfinancial information, and
was quickly approved. Hemet with Dr. Stewart Zuckerbrod, one of the
40+ oph-thalmologists who partner with the HEA Foundation,and
surgery was promptly scheduled.
Today, Eloy is busy working part-time and helping toprovide for
himself and his wife. The (HEA)
Foundation and Dr. Zuckerbrod made aworld of difference for me
and my wife. Iam able to drive again and work part-time. I have
regained my confidence, inde-pendence and do not feel hostage to
myhome anymore, said Eloy.
H O U S T O N E Y E A S S O C I A T E S F O U N D A T I O N
I haveregained myconfidence,
independenceand do not
feel hostageto my homeanymore,said Eloy.
The HEA Foundation is committed to helping adults and children
restore and preserve their vision. Many
working individuals are denied medical assistance due to their
(nominal) working income, their citizenship
status (i.e. visas) or their county simply does not offer
ophthalmological services. With the generous support
from individuals, private foundations and fundraising events,
the HEA Foundation can make a significant
impact on the lives of many adults and children.
Dr. Zuckerbrod & Mr. Anaya
2 H O U S T O N E Y E A S S O C I A T E S F O U N D A T I O
Working as a Team
There are five important components required to ensuring the
Houston Eye Associates
(HEA) Foundation achieves its goals and stays strong. No one
component is more important
than another. All parts are equally essential in fulfilling our
mission of providing quality care
to those with financial hardship.
The generous financial support from our donors underwrites
surgical center fees and other ancillary costs.
The willingness of Houston Eye Associates and other local
optometrists to donate their time and talents provides the
medical and surgical attention
required by qualified HEA Foundation patients.
The assistance and support of our medical partners help provide
services for our
patients. These partners include lab and diagnostic companies,
anesthesiology groups, pharmacies, prosthetic companies, tissue
banks and much more.
We are lucky in that each partner clearly shares and supports
the HEA Foundations
mission of preserving and restoring sight for adults and
The time and effort contributed by HEA Foundation Board Members
advocating our mission within the community. They represent the
their private and professional circles and provide the necessary
governance support to
ensure the HEA Foundations mission is being properly
The patients that request our help are the reason for our
existence. Most of the adults
and children asking for our assistance have been unsuccessful in
seeking help to regain
their vision and independence for weeks, months or even years.
It is our honor to be the
organization that steps forward to help them restore and/or
preserve their vision
As you can see, it truly takes a team to achieve our success.
Thank you for being part of
Mark C. Vital, M.D. - President
Many thanks to thefollowing Visionary
physicians who donatetheir surgery and
office time to thoseless fortunate.
Without them, wecouldnt do what we do!
GeneralLarry P. Alexander, M.D.
Belu Allam, M.D.William S. Banks III, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Prajay Dhir, M.D.M. Dolores Diaz, M.D.Steven H. Dunn, M.D.
Lindsey D. Harris, M.D., F.A.C.S.Kevin Y. Jong, M.D.
John M. Lim, M.D., F.A.C.S.Aaron M. Miller, M.D.
Richard J. Ou, M.D., F.A.C.S.Mitch M. Porias, D.O.
William H. Quayle, M.D., M.S.Hayne J. Sheffield, M.D.W. Colby
Justus W, Thomas, M.D.Fiaz Zaman, M.D.
Stewart L. Zuckerbrod, M.D.
Cornea & ExternalDiseases
John D. Goosey, M.D.Jeffrey D. Lanier, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Alison Lin, M.D.Justus W, Thomas, M.D.
Mark C. Vital, M.D.
GlaucomaJeffrey B. Arnoult, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Prajay Dhir, M.D.Richard L. Kimbrough, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Fiaz Zaman, M.D.
OculoplasticsKenneth J. Hyde, M.D.Richard G. Urso, M.D.
Robert B. Wilkins, M.D., F.A.C.S.
PediatricCarlos A. Gonzales, M.D.
James Z. Lai, M.D.Malcolm L. Mazow, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Aaron M. Miller, M.D.Kathryn H. Musgrove, M.D.
Refractive/LASIKJohn D. Goosey, M.D.
Kevin Y. Jong, M.D.John M. Lim, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Richard J. Ou, M.D., F.A.C.S.William H. Quayle, M.D., M.S.
W. Colby Stewart, M.D.Richard G. Urso, M.D.
Fiaz Zaman, M.D.Stewart L. Zuckerbrod, M.D.
Retina Michael A. Bloome, M.D., F.A.C.S.Lindsey D. Harris, M.D.,
Bailey L. Lee, M.D.Paul C. Salmonsen, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Uveitis/ImmunologySusan E. Wittenberg, M.D.
OptometristsTia M. Budde, O.D.Chlo Butts, O.D.
Deanna Pena Garcia, O.D.Monica L. Gonzales, O.D.
Mark F. Klaff, O.D.Matthew Lahmeyer, O.D.
Michelle R. Levin, O.D.Michael A. Pickering, O.D.
Julie Yi, O.D.
Alone we can do so little, Together we can do so much.
Helen Keller, 1891
H O U S T O N E Y E A S S O C I A T E S F O U N D A T I O N
Special Underwriting thankS to:John Blaisdell & Monica
hartland rose & harry cullen harris l. Shrub & hetta
drs. Mary ann & robert wilkins
Foundation is proud
to partner with
Texas in this annual
necessary eye care
services for adults
and children in
efforts to restore
To learn more about
Texas, please call
Event Chair Janet Balke and Auction Co-Chairs Rebecca
and Lanier Whilden cordially invite you to
Save the Date for next years Eye Ball 2012,
Friday, February 10, 2012, Hilton Houston Post Oak.
We are proud to honor Rose and Harry Cullen for their
outstanding commitment to both the Houston Eye Associates
Foundation and Prevent Blindness Texas.
We hope to see you at the Eye Ball!
Mistress of Ceremonies Melanie Lawson, Rev. Lawsonand Honoree
Honoree Lynn Wyatt, Chairman Franelle Rogers and Honoree Robert
The Three Waiters taking over the stage with an outstanding
To receive more information please contactClaudia McCabe, (713)
A Twinkle of The eye AT The eye BAll
The Eye Ball 2011 was a sight to see and the place to be. On
February 11, 2011 a very colorful and spectacular evening was
the memory of Ann B. Sakowitz, a long time friend within the
munity. It was only natural to honor Ann as she so willingly
local organizations, especially ones committed to restoring
sight. It was our
honor to dedicate the Eye Ball 2011 to Ann with the support from
dren, Lynn Wyatt and Robert Sakowitz serving as Honorees.
The extraordinary event was led by chairman Franelle Rogers, who
the evening with a warm welcome and a phenomenal pictorial
Ann Sakowitz. While dinner was being enjoyed by all, attendees
ed to a wonderful musical surprise from three very talented
Three Waiters, who were disguised as hotel staff serving
After dinner and the surprise entertainment, guests continued
at the interactive auction big boards. Auction Chairs Rebecca
Lanier Whilden did an outstanding job leading the committee in
The Houston Eye Associates Foundation and Prevent Blindness
like to thank all of the sponsors, guests, committee members,
auction donors who helped make the event a success! THANK
Thanks for another successful run!More than 657 registered
runnersparticipated in the 26th annual LookinGood Shamrock Strut
10K Run,5KRun/Walk and Kids K Fun Run on Saturday, March 19, 2011.
This was a
significant increase of support from prior yearsThank You! The
post-race party was very successful. One participantstated, It was
lots of fun, lots of food and drinks!Very sweet and caring
volunteers! The post partyevent was a blast! This event would not
be possiblewithout the many volunteers and generous
sponsorssupporting the event.
We would like to recognize our generous sponsors:
Generous amounts of food and drinks were pro-vided by
Chick-Fil-A (Buffalo Speedway andHolcombe location), Coca-Cola
Distribution,Kolache Factory, Poparazzis Gourmet Popcorn,Three
Brothers Bakery and anonymous vendorsprovided hundreds of bananas
and oranges duringthe post-race party. Many thanks to: West
University Wellness for their post-race massages, to 104.1 KRBE and
Chick-Fil-A for pro-viding games, prizes and entertainment, and
toLukes Locker for providing all the race courseequipment and
logistical support necessary tomake the race possible.
Schlitterbahn Galveston Island Indoor Waterparkand Carl Zeiss
provided wonderful registrationincentives. The following vendors
for providing outstandingtop runner award and door prizes. 104.1
KRBE, Adidas Eyewear, AntoniosMexican Restaurant, Becks Prime,
Berri Pop,Chick-Fil-A Holcombe at Buffalo Speedwaylocation, Carl
Zeiss, Coca-Cola Distribution,Demeris Bar-B-Q, Dromgooles Fine
WritingInstruments and Stationery, GU Energy Gels,Houston Aeros,
Houston Astros, Houston EyeAssociates Optical Centers, IW
MarksJewelers, James Coney Island, KolacheFactory, Lukes Locker,
Memorial HermannHome Health, Poparazzis GourmetPopcorn,
raceshots.com, Randalls,Schlitterbahn Galveston Island
Waterpark,Taco Milagro, Three Brothers Bakery ofHouston, VT
Cleaners, West UniversityWellness and YAPA Kitchen.
LOOKIN GOOD Continues to Grow!
4 H O U S T O N E Y E A S S O C I A T E S F O U N D A T I O
Begin your St. Patricks Day
celebration with us!Next years 27th Annual
Lookin GoodShamrock Strut FunRun is scheduled for
Saturday, March 17, 2012.
The HEA Foundation is committedto making a significant impact
onthe lives of the patients served.Physicians, donors and
partnerswant to improve the quality of lifefor those who have
nowhere else to turn. Thank you for allowing us to help individuals
such as Ms. Schaack.
H O U S T O N E Y E A S S O C I A T E S F O U N D A T I O N
Tears have many
and HEA Foundation
patient Sandra Schaack
can clearly describe the
differences. I cried many
times for different rea-
sons, Ms. Schaack said.
She remembers days of
looking through cotton balls prior to her being
diagnosed with cataracts and undergoing eye sur-
One day, Ms. Schaack finally went to a local
optometrist in efforts to correct her cloudy vision
and learned she had cataracts in both eyes. Since
she worked for a small business, she
did not have medical insurance cov-
erage or the financial resources to
pay for the surgery. Ms. Schaack
remembers, This is when I cried
for days, tears of sadness, no hope
of being able to see again. She then
visited with her local county indi-
gent health program office and they
too could not assist her. They denied
her because her nominal part-time
income was above their financial
guidelines. The county indigent
health program referred her to the
Sandra provided all the necessary
documents with her application and
was quickly approved as a HEA
Foundation patient. Houston Eye
Associates ophthalmologist, Dr.
William S. Banks, quickly accessed
Sandras situation and scheduled sur-
gery to remove both cataracts. Sandra recalls, This
is when I cried again. Tears of joy knowing some-
one may be able to surgically remove my
cataracts. Shortly thereafter,
Sandra returned to work and
was grateful to have her
vision again to continue sup-
Sandra said, At this point I
was crying because I was so
grateful knowing there are
people out there willing to
help individuals like me. I am
a working person who just needed a little help to
continue being self-sufficient. And the (HEA)
Foundation was the key.
I was very scared throughout the entire process.
You dont realize how precious your vision is until
you cant see, states Schaack.
During this process Sandra also
became aware of another eye con-
dition affecting her retina. She is
currently being treated by another
HEA Foundation partnering physi-
cian, Dr. Paul C. Salmonsen.
If she had not made the first step in
applying for the HEA Foundation,
her cataracts would have kept her
from working and her retina condi-
tion would have been undiagnosed.
Sandra feels indebted as she
exclaims, It is an amazing feeling
to get your full sight back. My life
and independence is given back to
me through my sight.
TEARS - OnE WORD, DiffEREnT MEAningS
Dr. Salmonsen, Sandra Schaack and Dr. Banks
Sandra is not only
grateful to Houston
physicians, Dr. Banks
and Dr. Salmonsen,
but to her employer as
well. During these
trying times for
Sandra, her employer
limited vision abilities
by providing her with
screens, larger print
materials and adjusting
her work hours so she
wouldnt drive in the
dark. Thank you!
N N N Gifts Made froM xxxxxx to xxxxxx N N NRandalls Good
Neighbor ProgramAs you shop for groceries at any Randalls store,
you can also help support the Houston Eye AssociatesFoundation.
Randalls will donate portions of their donation dollars to various
through their Good Neighbor Card Program. Link your Remarkable
Card to 5018, and portions of theproceeds will be directed to the
HEA Foundation. Every purchase makes a difference.
In 2010, the HEA Foundation received several hundred dollars of
To link your card, visit any Randalls Store Courtesy Booth and
ask them to link it to 5018.
THANK YOU for your support!
The Houston Eye Associates Foundation would like tothank and
recognize each of our professional third-partymedical service
partners. Each partner has agreed todonate their services entirely
or allow the HEAFoundation to pay at-cost or Medicare allowable
rates,in efforts to serve more patients.
- Advanced Diagnostics Healthcare- Affiliated Anesthesia
Associates- Brown & Associates Medical Lab LLP- East Houston
Surgery Center- William J. Foster, M.D.- Gramercy Outpatient
Surgery Center- Greater Houston Anesthesiologists - Greenpark
Compounding Pharmacy- Hamlin Pharmacy- Houston Eye Associates
Surgery Center- Houston Eye Associates Optical Centers- Houston
North West Medical Center- Lions Eye Bank of Texas- Marc N. Longo,
M.D., F.A.C.S.- Methodist Pathology Associates
Houston Eye Associates (HEA) Foundationsincerely appreciates the
generous gift fromBayou City Performing Arts (BCPA). HEAFoundation
was one of the two recipient
organizations to receive a generous financialgift during their
elaborate 2010 Hear the Bells
holiday concert held at Jones Hall. Manythanks to the Bayou City
Performing Arts for
$ 65 - One dose of a vision saving compounding medication
$ 240 - One pair of medically necessary specialty lenses
$ 400 - Foundation cost for a prosthetic eye
$ 955 - Foundation cost for a cataract removal surgery
$ 1000 - Foundation cost for glaucoma surgery
$ 1200 - Foundation cost for a corneal or strabismus surgery
$ 1500 - Foundation cost for retinal detachment surgery
$ 2500 - Foundation cost for corneal transplant tissue
* Surgery, medications, tissue & lenses costs may vary based
on patients needs
HOW YOUR DONATION CAN HELP:
BCPA Artistic Director Linus Lerner; BCPA Board MemberStewart
Zuckerbrod, M.D.; BCPA Board President GretchenMyers; and HEA
Foundation Executive Director Claudia McCabe.
$25 $50 $100 $250 $500 $1000 $5000
Check Enclosed (payable to Houston Eye Associates
Visa MasterCard AMEX Discover
Card Number Exp. Date
Name on card
My company has a matching gift program and I am enclosing the
appropriate completed form.
Please send me information on planned giving.
Iwish to remain anonymous.
Thank You for Becoming a Visionary!
In Honor of In Memory
YES, I WANT TO GIVE THE GIFT OF S IGHT!
Name(s) for Recognition
Tax deductible to the
extent allowed by law
- MMC of East Texas- Dr. Thomas Prager- Retina & Vitreous of
Texas- Soper Brothers & Associates- South Side Pharmacy- Texas
Eye Prosthetics, LLC- Cybele Woon, M.D.
Without their support, we would not be able toserve as many
patients each year with your financial support.
H O U S T O N E Y E A S S O C I A T E S F O U N D A T I O N
To request medical eye care assistance through the Houston Eye
Associates Foundation, you can
download the application directly from
or call (713) 558-8740 for an English or Spanish
Acataract is a loss of transparency, or clouding, of the
normally clear lens ofthe eye. As one ages, chemical changes occur
in the lens that make it lesstransparent. The loss of transparency
may be so mild vision is hardly affected or so severethat no shapes
or movements are seen, only light and dark. When the lens gets
cloudy enoughto obstruct vision to any significant degree, it is
called a cataract. Glasses or contact lensescannot sharpen your
vision if a cataract is present.
The most common cause of cataract is aging. Other causes include
trauma, medications suchas steroids, systemic diseases such as
diabetes and prolonged exposure to ultraviolet light.Occasionally,
babies are born with a cataract.
Reducing the amount of ultraviolet light exposure by wearing a
wide-brim hat and sunglasses mayreduce your risk for developing a
cataract but once developed there is no cure except to have
thecataract surgically removed. Outpatient surgical procedures can
remove the cataract through either asmall incision
(phacoemulsification) or a large incision (extracapsular
extraction). The time to have thesurgical procedure is when your
vision is bad enough that it interferes with your lifestyle.
Cataract surgery is a very successful operation. One and a half
million people have this procedureevery year and 95% have a
successful result. As with any surgical procedure, complications
can occurduring or after surgery and some are severe enough to
limit vision. But in most cases, vision, as well asquality of life,
Me d iCA l
Your eye works a lot like a camera. Light rays focusthrough your
lens on the retina, a layer of light sensitivecells at the back of
the eye. Similar to film, the retina allowsthe image to be "seen"
by the brain. But over time the lens canbecome cloudy and prevent
light rays from passing clearlythrough the lens. This cloudy lens
is called a cataract.
The typical symptom of cataract formation is a slow,
pro-gressive, and painless decrease in vision. Other
changesinclude: blurring of vision; glare, particularly at night;
fre-quent eyeglass prescription change; a decrease in color
inten-sity; a yellowing of images; and in rare cases, double
Ironically as the lens gets harder, farsighted or
hyperopicpeople experience improved distance vision and are
lessdependent on glasses. However, nearsighted or myopic peo-ple
become more nearsighted or myopic, causing distancevision to be
worse. Some types of cataracts affect distancevision more than
reading vision. Others affect reading visionmore than distance
You can help ensure the Houston EyeAssociates Foundation will
continue providing the gift of vision for many years tocome through
a planned charitable gift.Following are ways you can make a
1) Name Houston Eye Associates Foundationin your will.
2) Set up a charitable remainder or lead trust.3) Donate your
stocks.4) Name Houston Eye Associates Foundationa beneficiary of
your life insurance.
For more information on planned giving contact Claudia McCabe at
Board of Trustees
Mark C. Vital, M.D., PresidentDeanna Pena Garcia, O.D.Carlos A.
Lindsey D. Harris, M.D., F.A.C.S.Richard J. Ou, M.D.,
F.A.C.S.William H. Quayle, M.D., M.S.
Justus W. Thomas, M.D.Robert B. Wilkins, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Susan B. Wittenberg, M.D.
Board of Directors
2855 Gramercy Street
Houston, Texas 77025
Non-profit Org.U.S. Postage
PAIDHouston, TexasPermit No. 4255
Executive Director:Claudia McCabe
Janet Balke, PhD.Genie Byrd
Rosanette S. CullenJerry Deutser
Carol HollowayMarc N. Longo, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Rebecca ParsonsSteven G. SpearsS. Conrad Weil, Jr.Lanier
Mission StatementHouston Eye Associates Foundation is committed
to preserving and restoring sight with
comprehensive eye care surgeries, medications, and ancillary
services for individuals in financial hardship; and supporting
education and research initiatives for the benefit of the
Physicians of Houston Eye Associates and other partnering
medical professionals donate their officetime and surgical skills
and Houston Eye Associates Foundation pays for hospital and
surgical facilityfees, vision-saving medications, medically
necessary lenses, eye glasses, cornea tissue, laboratory
services, prosthetics and other ancillary services.
8 H O U S T O N E Y E A S S O C I A T E S F O U N D A T I O
Invest in the Future
You dont realize how precious your vision is until you cant see
- states Sandra Schaack
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C. MueggeMr. William C. PhelpsDr. William H. QuayleDr. Charles
RussoDr. Paul C. SalmonsenSammy SullivanDr. Mark C. Vital
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