Sankara Eye Hospital is an ISO 9001 certified, state of the art multi specialty eye hospital located at Pammal, a well developed suburb of Chennai City, about 6 km from Chennai Airport. Sankara Eye Hospital has been functioning since 1997 as an exclusive eye care centre with a singular vision of providing high quality care to all segments of society, rich or poor.
This hospital runs a charitable eye care programme for the poor under the name "Kannoli Vision Saver" project.
State-of-the-art outpatient facilities exist for examination of all eye disorders and a team of highly skilled Optometric technicians and Ophthalmologists provide personalized and professionally competent care.
The three-storied hospital has 140 beds, 20 independent bath-attached rooms and a modern hygienic kitchen to cater nutritious food for the patients. The hospital has four sophisticated and fully equipped operation theatres and a team of very highly committed and talented staff apart from 12 senior specialist eye surgeons.
So far this hospital has performed over 250,000 vision restoring surgeries. The hospital currently carries out an average of 60 surgeries every day.
The Hospital offers nine specialty services (Cataract, Refractive, Cornea, Glaucoma, Retina, Orbit & Oculoplasty, Uvea, Neuro-Ophthal, Paediatric Ophthal) and support services like Contact Lens, Prosthetic eye and Low Vision Clinic.
The quality of eye care provided by the Hospital has been endorsed by an independent Patient Care audit carried out by ‘Mission for Vision’, an NGO, which surveyed patients who had undergone surgery. The survey was carried out to cover a random sample of 10% of patients who had undergone surgery at the Hospital six months after such surgery. The findings, which were shared by them in the form of a report showed that over 99% of the patients surveyed, benefited with improved vision. For the full report, please click here.
At Sankara Eye Hospital, there is a pervasive awareness that the Hospital and its staff have been entrusted with the responsibility to bring light to the eyes of the millions who suffer with curable blindness and it is patently visible to one and all that this responsibility is being discharged with unflinching commitment and dedication.