Ophthalmology KIMS

Overview

The Department of Ophthalmology came into existence in 2005 with two faculty members, but today it has grown into a major Department with 12 faculty, 12 post-graduate, 20 Bachelor in Ophthalmology and 20 Certificate in Ophthalmology Assistant students, besides many paramedical staff. Since inception, the aim of the Department has been to provide quality, but affordable care with an aim to prevent vision loss or restore vision with timely care and empathy.

Outdoor patients are seen everyday (9 AM to 5 PM on weekdays and 9 AM to 1 PM on Sundays) while the emergency teams are available round the clock. The department has 60 beds dedicated for inpatient care and three modern operation theatres with trained nurses. It caters to the needs of patients across the country and outside.

Apart from clinical services and training undergraduate and post-graduate medical and para-medical students, the faculties and residents actively take up research projects and have nearly 80 publications both in national and international journals.

The Department of Ophthalmology came into being in 2005 with two faculty members, but today it has grown into a major Department with 12 faculty. Since inception, the aim has been to provide affordable care without compromising the quality. The Department provides service to all with an aim to prevent vision loss or restore vision with timely care and empathy.

Outdoor patients are seen everyday (9 AM to 5 PM on weekdays and 9 AM to 1 PM on Sundays) while the emergency teams are available round the clock. The department has 60 beds dedicated for inpatient care and three modern operation theatres with trained nurses. Apart from clinical services and training undergraduate and post-graduate students, the faculties and residents actively take up research projects and have nearly 80 publications both in national and international journals.

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