Dr. Lichter completed her medical studies with honors from the Technion Medical School in Haifa, Israel. She completed her internship at Belingson Hospital (RABIN), Petah Tikvah, Israel. Dr. Lichter finalized her residency at one of the leading ophthalmic centers in the world, Emory University Hospital, Atlanta, USA. There she gained a wealth of experience at the Ophthalmology unit of Emory specializing in Cataract, Corneal and Laser procedures.
Dr. Henia Lichter practices as an Ophthalmologist at 'Enaim' Medical Center, directing a program called "Neurovision", a program that treats adult patients faced with Amblyopia, "Lazy Eye Syndrome"(Amblyopia). Additionally, she is involved in the treatment of patients with Keratoconus illness, a medical condition that requires treatment with a procedure called 'Crosslinking' to prevent further deterioration of the cornea. Dr. Lichter is the national director in Israel for the Mor Institute in the domain of topographical analysis of the cornea.
Dr. Lichter is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the American Academy of Cataract and Refractive Laser Surgery and the Israeli Association of Ophthalmologists. She participated in many research projects and has published numerous papers in various medical journals. Dr. Lichter won several awards for research stipends for her commendable work writing chapters for professional medical volumes. She has presented several of her research papers at medical conventions both nationally and worldwide. Furthermore, Dr. Lichter guides and mentors medical students in the field of Ophthalmology and Optometry.
Dr. Henia Lichter states:" I believe that the combination between professionalism, knowledge and experience of the physician, together with meeting the patient's needs, and the use of the best technology available - these are the elements that achieve the best of medical care."
Dr. Henia Lichter presently practices as an ophthalmologist and surgeon at 'Enaim' Medical Center, Tel Aviv and works as director of topographical deciphering for the' Mor' Institute nationally.