Greater Lions Eye Hospital
Rebooting Life In COVID 19 (A Session With The Experts)
Sharing with you all interactive session on "Rebooting Life In COVID times" An interactive session with the leaders in health care. A must-listen for all who may still have a million questions to have a better understanding of the COVID situation on your health, diet, skin and vision. Listen to our specialists Dr Kishore Paul Senior Ophthalmologist, Dr Prince Parekh MD Paediatrics, Dr Manmeet Kaur MD Skin & VD, Dr Hiranmoy Paul Senior Diabetologist & Physician as they pour out their knowledge sharing their perspective over COVID.
Ensuring Early Treatment in A COVID free eye care space | Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital
80% of all eye ailments can be prevented with early and timely intervention. As the biggest and most trusted eye hospital in North Bengal we are responsible in ensuring you ease access to quality eye care in a COVID SAFE eye care space. Make sure you may not delay your treatment due to COVID-19. We are open from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm. Visit with prior appointment @ +91 97333 00090 Person in the video is Lion Rahul Kedia, member of Lions Club of Siliguri Greater Youth. #CovidSafeEyeCareSpace
Appointment First - Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital
Your Eye Health Matter To Us! We Are Now Resuming Our OPD Services From Morning 8:00 am To 7:00 pm Evening. During this national pandemic to keep your safety first we request you to book your appointment prior to visiting the hospital and enjoy hassle-free services. Call Us @ +91 97333 00090 Log In to www.greaterlions.org/book-appointment #AppointmentFirst
Cataract Phaco Surgery | Biggest Eye Hospital in North Bengal | Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital
Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital is the biggest eye hospital in North Bengal with the latest equipment to help you fight eye diseases. Cataract Phaco Surgery is available at SGLEH to treat cataract problems. The lens of the eye is responsible for focusing images onto the back of the eye. It is normally transparent. As a normal part of aging, the lens begins to cloud and causes a gradual, painless loss in vision. Cataract removal is most often performed to better examine the back of the eye when monitoring for damage from certain diseases such as diabetes or glaucoma and to improve vision. There are two main types of cataract removal. The large majority of cataract surgeries are performed using the phacoemulsification technique. During the phacoemulsification technique, an ultrasound probe breaks the cloudy lens into tiny fragments. The fragments are vacuumed out through a tiny incision. An intraocular lens implant is then inserted to replace the natural lens that was removed. Because the incision is tiny, stitches are often not necessary and visual improvement is usually noted relatively soon after surgery. During the extracapsular technique, the cataract is removed as one entire piece. This requires a larger incision and stitches. An intraocular lens implant (artificial lens) is inserted to replace the natural lens that was removed. Recovery is usually slower, due to the larger incision. The stitches sometimes need to be removed, which is usually done in the office. After both procedures, the surgeon usually places a patch over the eye. #CataractSurgery #BiggestEyeHospital #NorthBengal #Eye #EyeHospital
Biggest & Most Trusted Eye Hospital In North Bengal
Do you know the hospital is also the biggest Lions Club Eye Hospital in entire India having super speciality independent departments of Retina, Cornea and Glaucoma! With support from its stakeholders today it has also emerged as the biggest Optometry and Ophthalmic training institute in North Bengal catering to more than 1,50,000 happy patients every year! #SiliguriGreaterLionsEyeHospital #Siliguri #EyeHospitalinSiliguri
EVENING OPD @CONVENIENTO'CLOCK - Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital
Evening OPD is to give you a sense of relief and freedom while you access eye care. It is a promise of hassle-free comprehensive eye care to you without the pressure of taking off from office or accessing eye care without your guardian or partner by your side. You can come for an evening lunch, while taking half an hour time to get your and your child's eye check-up done. Because it is evening the process is completed immediately, and the Doctor spends more quality time with you consulting, answering your queries. Call Us @ +91 9733300090 Address - 2nd Mile, Behind Vishal Cinema, Sevoke Road, Siliguri - 734002, West Bengal, India #HassleFreeEveningOPD
Paediatric Cataract Initiative - Your Vision Is Our Mission
The first only Paediatric eye clinic in North Bengal took its inspiration from the earlier Paediatric Cataract Initiative. Today, the hospital has an independent Paediatric department where children can play while avail quality eye screening under the careful care of our eye care staff.
Reaching To The Unreached
The hospital together with 19 primary eye care vision centres and a robust outreach team conducts more than 700+ camps every year at remote rural and suburban setups screening 1 lakh + people and ensuring early interception, diagnosis resulting in timely treatment safeguarding their vision and create necessary referral for the same.
Biggest and Most Trusted Eye Care Super Specialty In North Bengal
Do you know the hospital is also the biggest Lions Club Eye Hospital in entire India having super speciality independent departments of Retina, Cornea and Glaucoma! With support from its stakeholders today it has also emerged as the biggest Optometry and Ophthalmic training institute in North Bengal catering to more than 1,50,000 happy patients every year!
Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital 2014
Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital has been effectively in service since 1981. Having a very humble beginning it has today grown into the largest eye care system in North Bengal. Providing 65% of its services free today it has 13 vision centres to ensure better grassroot reach and make eye care accessible to all. Here is the story of that humble beginning which we would like to share. You can also visit our website www.greaterlions.org and like us on https://www.facebook.com/lionseyehospitalsiliguri/ to keep yourself updated on our work.