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Eye Care (Srikiran Institute of Ophthalmology)

Since its inauguration in January 1993, the SF’s Srikiran Institute of Ophthalmology has provided extensive eye care to the poor through the base hospital and community outreach and children’s outreach programs. The base hospital has 126 beds with modern outpatient facilities and maintains world class standards for providing eye care. Almost 90% of the patients receive free eye care, including surgery.

Community Outreach Program

Since the rural poor do not seek medical care, The Srikiran Institute of Ophthalmology started the Community Outreach Program to take eye care to the door steps of the needy in rural and remote areas through eye camps conducted with the participation of local community. Patients are given preliminary screening for eye ailments, and those requiring surgery are taken to the Institute immediately. All services, including transportation, surgery, medication, food, accommodation, and follow-up visits are provided free of cost.

Srikiran’s Achievements (Until June 2012)

Outpatients Treated                          1784508
# Surgeries                                        176880
Outreach (Adult) Camps                        1,796
Children Eye Screening camps                 948
Total Children examined                 302848

Kruti-Dhata Inc. has been providing ongoing support to the Eye Care Project (Srikiran) since 1995.  In the past, Kruti-Dhata has provided resources for cataract operations, eye camps, and medical and surgical equipment for the hospital.


Kruti Dhata is co-sponsoring an eye camp in Ram Mangapuram Village, Khammam district on February 19, 2013.  For details call mrm.advocate@gmail.com or ramaschavali@gmail.com

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