KV Correspondent

Private Eye Hospital to treat ‘poor’ pellet victims free of cost

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Sharp Sight (Group of Eye Hospitals) on Monday announced that all the pellet victims who belong to poor families will be treated free of cost at the hospital.

Addressing a press conference at the Hosiptal’s launching ceremony in Srinagar, Dr Samir Sud, Director Sharp Sight said that the hospital management has decided to treat all the pellet victims, who don’t have resources for the treatment, to treat them free of cost at its Srinagar centre in uptown Srinagar.

Pertinently, Sharp Sight has opened a world-class tertiary eye hospital in Srinagar to serve the people of the valley at affordable prices.

“The hospital will provide comprehensive eye care solution for all eye related diseases and super specialty clinics for Retina and Glaucoma,” a statement of the Hospital said here.

Sharp Sight is also introducing for the first time in the valley Zepto Pulse Technology, the latest in Robotic Precision Cataract Surgery, the statement said.

“We felt that there is an urgent need of high quality eye care facility in the valley of world class standards, many patients had to travel to distant places for their eye care treatment which directly/indirectly imposed a financial burden on them and their families. Our newly built eye hospital will reach out to the people of valley to provide quality eye care to one and all,” said Director Sharp Sight (Group of Eye Hospitals) Dr Samir Sud.



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