Established in 2002, the Secondary Centre in Alwar, accredited by NABH, was the first surgical satellite centre of the Hospital. Starting from Alwar district, the facility today caters to the neighbouring districts of Dausa, Bharatpur, and others, and is by far the only dedicated eye care hospital in the region.
This full-fledged secondary centre is well equipped to deal with all kinds of cataract cases and diagnostic facilities such as Visual Fields, Fundus Flurocein Angiography and Retinal lasers. The standard clinical services are complemented by regular visit of speciality surgeons across all specialities. The centre is supported by 5 Vision Centres spread across various points in the district.
Many prestigious collaborative projects have been successfully implemented in the past, and some continue to bring light in lives of people. On an average, the Centre sees around 70000 patients in hospital and community in a year, carries out 3500 surgeries, reaches out 35,000 children and another 30,000 adults in the community through outreach.
Established in 2010, the Secondary Centre in Saharanpur is a surgical unit, working with robust systems and team to strengthen the wings of the Hospital. The Centre serves a population of 500,000+ and is supported by 7 Vision Centres in the district. Seeing around 5000 patients and nearly 4500 surgeries in a year. The focus is to provide quality eye care services to the community in the region and build it up as an advanced secondary centre with latest diagnostics and specific sub specialities in the coming years. by performing the role of a District Response Hub for Saharanpur and neighbouring districts.
Lakhimpur Kheri – Mohammadi
Established in 2010, the Secondary Centre in Mohammadi tehsil of Lakhimpur Khiri district in Uttar Pradesh is the furthest outpost of the network, and by far the biggest secondary centre in terms of capacity, providing speciality services in the fields of glaucoma, cornea, oculoplasty, in addition to cataract. The centre caters to neighbouring districts of Shahjahanpur, Pilibhit and Hardoi. It is supported by 6 Vision Centres, with an annual footfall of 70,000 patients, and as high as 7,000 surgeries in a year. The Centre has received immense support from individuals, organisations, both Indian as well as international for developing not only the infrastructure, but also the outreach.
Established in 2014, the Secondary Centre in Vrindavan is a tripartite intervention of Dr Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital, Brij Health Care and Research Centre, and Standard Chartered Bank. It is known as BHRC-Dr Shroff’s Eye Care Institute. The centre is on its way to become an advanced secondary hospital with state of the art diagnostic facilities and modular operation theatres. Located in the Temple town of Vrindavan, it caters to neighbouring districts like Aligarh, Hathras, Bharatpur, among the others. The centre sees around 60,000 patients and does more than 5,500 sight restoring surgeries in a year.
Run by the Shri Baba Heada Khan Society in the scenic environments of Ranikhet, in Uttarakhand; the hospital is managed by Dr Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital. It is a small setup providing high quality eyecare services to people in inaccessible hilly terrains of the region. It provides outpatient services to around 9000 patients a year and performs around 1500 sight restoring surgeries.
A small city clinic in the heart of bustling Meerut city with limited outpatient and in-patient services. Originally known as the Mathur Eye Clinic, a family run practice established by renowned ophthalmologist Dr K G Mathur, more than 6 decades ago, Dr Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital has taken over day to day management to establish is as the first city clinic and surgical centre. On an average, the centres sees more than 5000 patients and around 1000 surgeries in a year.
Situated in the heart of Karol Bagh, one of the busiest market districts of Delhi, the clinic space has been donated to Dr Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital to develop it into a fully functional city clinic sand surgical centre. This centre, supported by Rotary International and International Eye Foundation, commenced surgeries in mid-2019.