Little Falls, NY – Lorna Grant, MD, a board-certified surgical and medical and surgical ophthalmologist has joined the Little Falls Hospital medical staff.
With training in complex cataract and lens implant surgery, Dr. Grant specializes in laser, cataract, lens implant surgery, and glaucoma care. Dr. Grant completed her residency and Chief Residency in Ophthalmology at the University of Arizona College of Medicine she has fellowship training in the diagnosis and treatment of retina and vitreous disease including macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal vascular disorders, and hereditary retinal disease.
“I am pleased to partner with Little Falls Hospital in bringing Cataract Surgical services to the local community. I am impressed by the commitment of Little Falls Hospital to support the cataract surgical service.”
“I am thrilled to welcome Dr. Grant to our surgical team,” said Michael Ogden, president of Little Falls Hospital. “Dr. Grant is an exceptional surgeon and I am very happy that she will be providing her expertise and state-of-the-art techniques at Little Falls Hospital. The addition of Dr. Grant to the medical staff at Little Falls Hospital will assure our patients in the region requiring cataract surgery that they can receive convenient, high-quality care and compassion in the safety of their local hospital.”
In addition to expanding her practice at Little Falls Hospital, Dr. Grant continues to provide surgical and medical eye care with CNY Eye Physicians & Surgeons in Utica.
To learn more or to schedule an appointment, call 315-735-8358.
About Little Falls Hospital
Little Falls Hospital, an affiliate of Bassett Healthcare Network, is an inpatient 25-bed acute care hospital. It is Herkimer County’s only provider of acute inpatient medical care, emergency care, short-term inpatient rehabilitation, ophthalmology and outpatient surgery, and many other diagnostic and therapeutic services. The mission of Little Falls Hospital is to offer high-quality care with compassion, to all who need our services.