EYE CAMPS

Thank you each and every one of you for your wishes on Doctor‘s Day. The wishes and blessing and unconditional love from friends is overwhelming, motivates us to aim for gold standard in eyecare.

Keeping up with our regular charity work to give back to society, we celebrated Doctor’s day by organizing a free eye check up camp on 30th June 2019 at Maa Nursing Home And Netrajyoti Eyecare.

In spite of heavy rain we screened – 152 patients, dispensed 33 free spectacles and 35 patients will be operated for cataract by latest No pad, No injection Laser Phaco technique in the next fortnight. 8 patients will be treated for diabetic retinopathy, 3 patients had glaucoma and were advised treatment. 31 children were screened for spectacles and other eye diseases

We had a very successful eye camp under the aegis of Moldex Composites Pvt Ltd at Utkarsh Municipal School, Mamletdar Wadi Road no.2, Liberty Garden road, Malad (west) on 12th July 2019 from 8:00am to 1.00pm.

We screened 458 students for eye diseases.

82 Spectacles will be dispensed in the next week

With the grace of God, humbled by getting an opportunity to serve Varjwasi’s at Vatsalyagram,Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh.

Operated upon 138 Patients, out of which many were one eyed patients.

Others had complicated cataracts where the surgery was very difficult.

All Patients are doing absolutely well post operatively.

A Successful free Eye Camp was conducted on 10th February 2019 at Hitech Corporation Ltd. Unit-Khandala Gate No. 383/7, Satara, Maharashtra by the Team of Maa Nursing Home & Netrajyoti Eyecare Centre & Hitech Co.Ltd.

253 Patients was screened, 128 free Spectacles were distributed, free Medicines were given…36 cataracts were diagnosed which will be operated.

We welcome Corporates & N.G.Os., to participate & help us give yeoman service to Society.

Jain monks have given up worldly attachments to focus on oneself. The strict vows does not allow them to take care of their body so jagvallabh parasnath deraser Malad and Maa nursing home and Netrajyoti Eye Care had an eye check up camp for these great souls. We screened around 80 maharasaheb and sadhviji.. And around 50 shravak . They were given medicines, spectacles, and a few of them were called to hospital for laser, surgery and few diagnostics tests.. Happy to serve the society..

Camp conducted under aegis of ‘YOGA’ by Dr.

Jugal P Shah

and his team on 7th October 2018 in South Mumbai was a great success. We distributed 160 spectacles free of cost.30 patients are posted for cataract surgery. Around 5 patients diagnosed to have glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy for which referred to our clinic for detailed diagnosis and treatment. The activity was supported by a generous grant from Mrs Ina and Mr. Ashwin Dani

We are please to inform you that camp held on 30th September 2018 was a stupendous success. We examined 186 patients and dispensed 93 spectacles for free.

We are really thankful to all our patient, friends and well wishers for showing supreme faith and encouraging us to continue on our path to provide best and affordable eye care to all sections of society.

Marching forward in our mission to provide quality eye care to all sections of society, we at Maa Nursing Home And Netrajyoti Eyecare Centre successfully conducted a Diagnostic Mega Camp where Dr Jugal Shah and his efficient team screened 186 patients with common eye diseases like Cataract, Glaucoma, Age Related Macular Degeneration, Diabetic retinopathy etc.

We diagnosed 42 cataract patients who will be operated for free/subsidized rates with latest No Pad, No Injection Laser Phaco Technique

Jainism is a very noble religion. The monks lead a very austere life renouncing even the basic necessities of life. Needless to say, they are so focused on their bhakti that they tend to neglect their bodies.

On the occasion of Akshay Tritiya we were fortunate to organize an eye check up camp for these great souls. The venue was Mamledar Wadi on 18th April 2018.

We were blessed to screen the eyes of the sadhu and sadhvi maharajsahebs.

They were given spectacles and medicines.

Those who required surgeries or detailed evaluation for glaucoma were invited to Maa Nursing Home and Netrajyoti Eyecare Centre.

It was indeed a blessing to be able to serve them

 Our aim behind organizing an eye camp is to make quality eye care accessible to poor patient. Also routine eye check up prevents major eye diseases like Glaucoma, Diabetic Retinopathy, Cataract, ARMD etc.

At the recent diagnostic eye camp held on 11th February 2018 at Maa Nursing Home And Netrajyoti Eye care Centre, we screened 253 patients of which we diagnosed 67 cataract, 12 glaucoma, 31 diabetic retinopathy, 82 spectacles were given free. 33 patient have already been operated and the rest will be done in the next couple of weeks.

Next Eye Camp Date : 24th June 2018

102 year old Kuvarba…. Staying in remote village of Kutch near Pakistan border. Blind due to bilateral cataracts since 2 – 3 years…. Dr. Jugal Shah operated for left eye cataract surgery with the latest No Injection, No Stitch, No Eye Patch surgery at Bhojoy.. a village in Kutch. She started seeing almost immediately post operative.. She was amazed how tall her granddaughter had grown (probably not seen her.. Only heard her since 2 years) She did not have to be fed.. She had her dinner on her own.. All because she could see well. Very satisfying way to celebrate the New Year weekend.

Cataract is the most common eye problem faced in the remote areas of India. Vatsalya Gram conducts periodic eye camp for the under privileged in Vrindavan.

Dr. Jugal Shah along with his team performed 345 cataract surgeries. Dr. Jugal Shah operated all the cases with latest NO injection, NO pad with Laser Phaco Technique.

Continuing his mission, to eradicate blindness by providing quality eyecare to all sections of the society. Dr. Jugal shah along with Bidada Sarvoday Hospital in Kutch have performed free eye surgeries on the villagers who did not have access to eyecare.

He successfully operated 102 cataract surgeries by latest No pad, no Injection Laser Phaco technique, many of them were complicated and one eyed patient

The charitable wing of Maa nursing Home and Netrajyoti Eyecare proudly announces the accomplishment of another major charitable activity at the remote village of Pune (Jama Masjid, Kharad wadi, Pimpari) on 18th June 2017.

Out team relentlessly worked to help alleviate the suffering of the not so privileged.

We screened 305 patients with common eye problem like cataract, glaucoma, squint etc. We had diagnosed 22 cataract patient and 2 squint patients who will be operated at our hospital. All the surgeries will be supported by Hi-tech Plast Ltd (Mr. Malav Dani).

Our vision is to eradicate treatable eye disease in the weaker section of society. Recently we screened 189 patients with common eye disease like cataract, diabetic retinopathy, refractive error etc. We had diagnosed 47 cataract patients of which 26 have been operated for free and subsidized rate with latest laser (Phaco) technique.

Maa Nursing Home And Netrajyoti Eyecare Centre is spreading the light of Vision And joy. The charitable wings of Maa Nursing Home accomplished another charitable activity at the remote area of Virar (Agashii) on 7 Oct 2017.
Our team screened 208 patients, 48 spectacles were dispensed for free, and 47 patients were advised cataract surgery.
We will be operating 47 cataract patients for free/ subsidized rate with latest NO PAD, NO INJECTION LASER PHACO TECHNIQUE.

Now a days medical care cost has gone through the roof. To help our less fortunate brethren we had organized an eye and gynaec camp on 4th June 2017 Sunday at Maa Nursing Home And Netrajyoti Eyecare Centre from 9am to 1pm.
We screened 168 patients with common eye diseases like cataract, glaucoma, Diabetic retinopathy etc.
We had diagnosed 39 cataract patients of which 17 have been operated for free/ subsidized rate with the latest laser (phaco) technique.We acknowledge the generous grant given by Mr. Vijay Aggrawal and Mr.Dinesh bhai Savla.

The charitable wing of Maa nursing Home and Netrajyoti Eyecare proudly announces the accomplishment of another major charitable activity at the remote village of Pune(Jama Masjid, Kharad wadi, Pimpari) on 18th June 2017.
Out team relentlessly worked to help alleviate the suffering of the not so privileged.
We screened 305 patients with common eye problem like cataract, glaucoma, squint etc. We had diagnosed 22 cataract patient and 2 squint patients who will be operated at our hospital. All the surgeries will be supported by Hi-tech Plast Ltd (Mr. Malav Dani).

Cataract accounts majority of treatable blindness. The problem is acute in remote rural areas. Private doctors are beyond the reach of the general masses.
Hence Dr. Jugal Shah has made his life mission “To eradicate blindness and provide quality eyecare to all strata of society.”
He operated many difficult cataract patients at Shri Vagad Welfare Hospital Bhachau, Kutch Gujarat on 29th May 2017. The surgery were successfully operated by the latest No Pad, NO Injection, Laser Phaco technique.

At Maa Nursing Home we believe in spreading light of vision and joy to all strata of society. Hence we conduct regular eye camps.The latest was on May 1st 2017 at Sahyadri Nagar D/2 Charkop Kandivali (West).
89 patients were screened. 12 were diagnosed cataract, 13 patients were advised treatment for Diabetic Retinopathy, 2 were advised LASIK, 20 spectacles were dispensed for free, 12 patients were advised treatment after hospital visit, 19 patient were prescribed medicines.

WE firmly believe that the Advance Medical care should not remain to the privilege of the rich. Under the banner of CALIX pharma and SUN Pharma, A free in house camp was held at Maa nursing Home And Netrajyoti Eyecare Centre.
82 patients were screened, 31 spectacles were dispensed for free,19 patients had advised Diabetic retinopathy, 25 patients advised cataract surgery
We acknowledge the contribution of Mr. Kirit Manek, Mr. Kirti Jasani, Ms. Nagma Sheikh, Ms. Swati Gade , Ms Ishrat Chaudhary, Ms Dharmishta Soni, Mr. Kesharimal Jain.
All the patients were served light snacks and cold drink. All in all a highly successful camp.

Cataract is the most common eye problem faced in the remote areas of India. Vatsalya Gram conducts periodic eye camp for the under privileged in Vrindavan.
Dr. Jugal Shah along with his team performed 345 cataract surgeries. Dr. Jugal Shah operated all the cases with latest NO injection, NO pad with Laser Phaco Technique.

On the auspicious occasion of our 70th Independence day on 15 August 2016
We had an “Independence from blindness” camp at Sahyadri D2 Sarvajanik Utsav mandal Charkop from 9am-1pm. Our team screened 246 patients. We gave 102 Spectacles free of charges. We diagnosed 42/54 cataract which will be operated free of charge at Maa nursing home and Netrajyoti eye care centre by our chief surgeon Dr. Jugal P. Shah.Also other patients we advised for Diabetic Retinopathy, Squint and Lasik (freedom from spectacles).It was very well organized camp and appreciated by one all.

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