Even if you have not experienced eye problems in the past, you should see an ophthalmologist if:
Patients who require surgery or monitoring will be asked to get admitted in the hospital. Patients can choose from the different types of rooms based on the availability. At the time of counseling, the counselors will assist you in selecting the room, surgical techniques and implants available. Based on your convenience, you can choose the package of your choice. Cashless facilities and reimbursement certificates can be availed as applicable. Many of the surgeries are being done as day care procedures. Patients undergoing day care procedures need not stay in the hospital after the surgery. The package charges vary based on the type of accommodation selected for procedures other than the day care. Following are the different types of accommodation facilities available:
On admission, a deposit equivalent to or approximate to the treatment or surgery charges will be collected. The balance if any, will be collected / refunded at the time of discharge based on the surgery / treatment and the type of accommodation chosen. Bills are payable by cash, with insurance claims, if any. Credit and Debit cards are accepted with applicable charges, if any.
Patients are requested to vacate the room before 10.00 am on the day of discharge. Instructions regarding post operative care, medication, discharge summary will be explained by the ophthalmic assistants at the time of discharge.
Cafeteria is located on the ground floor and is open from 7.30 am - 8.00 pm. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available there.
Medical shop and Optical shop
The hospital solicits co operation for maintaining quiet ambience. Children are strictly not allowed to visit or stay with the patient.
You are advised not to bring valuables to the hospital. Do not hand over money and valuables to strangers. The incharge ward nurse available can be approached for further details. Closed circuit camera's are provided in the hospital for the safety of patients. For further assistance, contact Hospital Administrators who will be available from 8.30 am- 5.30 pm
There are many different eye conditions; you will need to have a detailed eye examination which could take upto 2 hours, depending on the complexity of tests required. The durations indicated below are an average.