My experience at St. Lukes in the Villages was absolutely phenomenal. First of all of all the five or six visual tests that I needed were done one right after the other with different technicians, and without any waiting time in between. Then I got to meet with Dr. Ireland. She advised me that having cataract surgery required that I lie flat in the operating chair during a portion of the surgery. This is normally extremely painful for me to do as a result of neck and back injuries in my past, and when I expressed that, I suggested that they take me to the surgery chair and try it out, which they did. While trying out the chair was discovered that it was painful and also inhibited my breathing. So they used a combination of rolled up sheets tucked under my back and neck until they were able to get me into very close to a lying down position, and without discomfort or pain, then Dr Ireland came in and determined she could operate with me in that position. They even provided oxygen for me during the practice session to help with my breathing. There were at least six employees around me, while this was being done to help me into the lying down position and help me to get back up again. This which they did for me was far and above anything I ever couldve expected.