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Shri Ganapati Netralaya is a non profit multi - specialty eye Institute run by the Mahyco Research Foundation Trust. The center was functional from 31st Dec '92 with the objective of providing comprehensive quality eye care to the rural population in India at an affordable cost.The hospital has seen phenomenal growth over past t wo decades. To begin with, the hospital started in a small building in Jalna, and has now occupied a technologically well equipped clinical center designed along the lines of finest eye hospitals in the world. The new eye center occupies over 175000 sq. feet floor space, and with it's 10 operation theatres and most modern eye care equipment, the hospital services over 300 plus patients every day. The center has a team of 16 dedicated doctors representing all ophthalmic sub-specialties.

Shri Ganpati Netralaya at a Glance

  • State of Art Eye Care Hospital
  • Charitable Trust
  • 95 Beded Hospital
  • 14 Consultants
  • Dedicated 200 Staff
  • More than 300 + patient per day in OPD
  • 40 to 50 Surgery per day
  • 25% Free Service for Poor patients per year

Blindness in India is a very acute problem. Every third blind in the world is Indian and there are only about 14,000 ophthalmologists in India to tackle the problems of the eye. The number of patients is more compared to the ophthalmologist available so more number of ophthalmologists are required who can treat these patients with modern preventive and curativemeasures. Shri Ganapati Netralaya was started with an objective of providing the best possible eye-care services in the region, particularly to the rural population, by the most economical methods, with most modern & state of the art technology directed towards prevention, diagnosis and treatment, to all sections of society irrespective of caste, creed or economic considerations.

The other objective being training of the ophthalmologist who have passed their post graduation and awarding them fellowships in general ophthalmology so that they can setup their own hospitals and utilize the teaching for the benefit of the needy patients. The new leap today is in the making of new ophthalmologist by providing them DNB training in ophthalmology.

There are certain diseases for which treatment is still in a preliminary stage. Research facilities are available so that certain diseases can be investigated.