On behalf of the Pittsburgh Ophthalmology Society, I would like to invite you to participate in the 56th Annual Meeting scheduled for March 12, 2021.

     Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, including state and local regulations and restrictions, as well as the requirement to maintain social distancing, we are offering a Virtual conference for 2021. We look forward to welcoming you to the conference and providing you with an engaging and robust virtual experience.

     Participation provides you the opportunity to engage with over 100 ophthalmologists from the tri-state region and exposure to over 170 ophthalmic personnel. The Annual meeting is comprised of two concurrent, yet separate, meetings: a day long educational meeting presenting the latest in clinical topics for ophthalmologists, and a separate meeting for ophthalmic personnel.

     Several exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities are available for you to increase your exposure to this specialized audience. The ‘Sponsorship Opportunities’ prospectus provides details on all opportunities available. The Agenda, which lists guest faculty and lectures, is included for your review.

     To confirm your participation please:

Complete and return the Sponsorship Agreement no later than February 1, 2021. This will ensure acknowledgement of your support in our program materials. You will receive payment notification once the agreement is received. Return the Sponsorship Agreement (by email, or mail) to:

Debbie Smucker, Exhibit Coordinator 
Pittsburgh Ophthalmology Society
850 Ridge Ave Pittsburgh PA 15212 (NEW ADDRESS)
Phone: (412) 613-4600
Email:  dsmucker412@gmail.com 

      Thank you for your consideration of this request. I look forward to your participation and support of this exceptional annual conference.


David G. Buerger, MD, FACS
David G. Buerger, MD, FACS


Download Prospectus

W9 Form 

56th Annual Meeting Agenda

(as of January 1, 2021 - subject to change)

Society Mission

To act as the voice of ophthalmologic medicine in the Pittsburgh area, to serve as patient advocate in promoting preventive eye care, quality medical and surgical care and rehabilitative services for individuals with ophthalmologic diseases and to advance the knowledge, science and practice of ophthalmology, to assist in the improvement of the quality of ophthalmologic medicine and training therein, and to promote integrity in the practice of ophthalmic medicine.


Pittsburgh Ophthalmology Society
850 Ridge Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
412-321-5030 FAX 412-321-5323

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