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Aditya Birla Sankara Nethralaya (SN), Kolkata, West Bengal

To serve more people from eastern and north eastern India, Sankara Nethralaya began offering its services through collaboration, in Kolkata in December 2002, serving about 200 patients a day. The new hospital was commissioned on January 21, 2009 by the then Chief Minister of West Bengal Shri Buddhad

Bansara Eye Care Centre (BECC), Shillong, Meghalaya

BECC started as a small vision centre in 1980 by the first local ophthalmologist to supplement the single government department. In 1992 a formal charitable society was formed by the group called – Society for Promotion of Eye Care and Sight (SPECS) focusing on eye health for everyone with equity an

Synod Hospital, Durtlang, Mizoram www.mizoramsynod.org

From its humble beginning of one doctor, one nurse and six beds in 1928, this hospital has progressed to 32 doctors, 13 of whom are specialists, 132 nursing staff and 320 beds. The growth has been keeping in pace with the needs of the people it serves. Alongside the hospital, there has been a contin

Sri Sankaradeva Nethralaya (SSN), Guwahati, Assam www.ssnguwahati.org

Sri Sankaradeva Nethralaya had a very humble beginning and started functioning in a house donated by Mr. Dipankar Chatterjee. The institution was dedicated to the nation by the then Prime Minister of India, Late P. V. Narasimha Rao on 24th November, 1995. The hospital has beds for patinets, an ICU f

Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital (SCEH), Delhi

This is one of the largest eye hospitals in Delhi. The purpose of the hospital is to provide affordable eye care services to the population in and around Delhi including neighboring states. The hospital also undertakes training and research work. The Institution owes its genesis to a one room clinic

Sankara Eye Hospital (SEH), Shimoga, Karnataka www.giftofvision.org

Sankara Eye Hospital inaugurated in Shimoga in October 2008 is the region’s largest independent eye hospital. The construction of the community wing has been sponsored by the Kewalram Chanrai family of Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre, Mumbai. The 225 bed Sankara Eye Hospital, Shimoga is the regi

Sankara Eye Hospital, Pammal, Tamil Nadu www.kannoli.net

In response to a serious need for healthcare services in Pammal, Sri Sankara Health Centre was established in December 1984 and started as an outpatient clinic. In 1997 this hospital was converted into an exclusive ophthalmic hospital to provide comprehensive high quality eye care especially to the

Sankara Eye Hospital (SEH), Ludhiana, Punjab www.giftofvision.org

This hospital is the 9th partner hospital of Sankara Eye Foundation India (SEFI) and was established in April 2012. Spanning across 55,000 sq. ft. on two acre complex and backed by an expert team of eye surgeons, the 100-bed hospital (80 beds for free / community patients and 20 for paying patients)

Sankara Eye Hospital (SEH), Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh www.giftofvision.org

The Sankara Eye Hospital - Jaslok Chanrai Community Eye Care was inaugurated in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh on October 12, 2014. It is located 22 kilometers away from the main city. It has 215 free beds and a day care facility with a strength of 10. With plans to cover 5 districts and do outreach camps th

Sankara Eye Hospital (SEH), Guntur, Andhra Pradesh www.giftofvision.org

Sankara Eye Hospital, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh was inaugurated on 1st March 2004 with the active support of the TANA Foundation, Sankara Eye Foundation USA and philanthropic families in Guntur and nearby areas. Built in over 4.35 acres land, the hospital is a 225 bed capacity facility. Expansion of th

Sankara Eye Hospital (SEH), Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu www.giftofvision.org

Built on 5.5 acres of gifted land, the flagship of Sankara Eye Foundation India (SEFI), Sankara Eye Hospital was established in 1984. With community participation, it has now blossomed into a 500 bed specialty ophthalmic world class hospital that performs 37,000 vision restoring cataract surgeries y

Sankara Eye Hospital (SEH), Bangalore, Karnataka www.giftofvision.org

This facility was inaugurated in March 2008 as a part of Sankara Eye Foundation India’s (SEFI) Vision 20/20 by 2020 goal. Established on a 4.5 acres campus on the HAL Airport-Whitefield Road in Bangalore, the centre is accessible to the most parts of the city. This 225 bed hospital is equipped to ta

Ramakrishna Mission Hospital, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh www.belurmath.org

This is the only charitable hospital working in the field of eye care in the whole state. The hospital was established in the year 1979. The hospital has 257 beds and provides services to both rich and poor. Many poor and deserving patients are beneficiaries of huge concessions in already nominal in