July 13, 2024
Sarojini Devi or Sarojini Naidu Eye Hospital, Hyderabad, Mehdipatnam (OP Timings and Address)

Sarojini Devi or Sarojini Naidu Eye Hospital, Hyderabad, Mehdipatnam (OP Timings and Address)

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Sarojini Devi or Sarojini Naidu Eye Hospital is a state government specialist for the diseases of the eye. The hospital is located near Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad. It is named after the famous national leader, poet, and freedom fighter Sarojini Naidu.

Sarojini hospital has been treating patients for free since its establishment. It has a total of 500 to 550-bed capacity catering to Telangana and AP and also neighboring states.

The Institute has “State of the Art” equipment’s to treat diseases in general ophthalmology. February 13th is the birth date of Sarojini Naidu and the foundation day of the government hospital.

  • Sarojini Devi Eye Hospital Timings:

Monday- 09:00 A.M to 12:00 PM
Tuesday – 09:00 A.M to 12:00 PM
Wednesday- 09:00 A.M to 12:00 PM
Thursday- 09:00 A.M to 12:00 PM
Friday – 09:00 A.M to 12:00 PM
Saturday- 09:00 A.M to 12:00 PM
Sunday- Closed

  • Hospital Registration Timings:

Monday- 08:00 A.M to 8:30 A.M
Tuesday – 08:00 A.M to 8:30 A.M
Wednesday- 08:00 A.M to 8:30 A.M
Thursday- 08:00 A.M to 8:30 A.M
Friday – 08:00 A.M to 8:30 A.M
Saturday- 08:00 A.M to 8:30 A.M
Sunday- Closed

  • Address: Humayun Nagar, Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad – 500028, Telangana
  • Phone: 09855556662
  • Number of beds: nearly 500
  • Specialty: Ophthalmology (Disorders and Diseases of the eye)

About the Hospital:

The Hospital was named in honor of a great Freedom fighter Sarojini Naidu. Sarojini Eye Hospital in Hyderabad was established in the year 1967, the hospital comes under the state govt. of Telangana and since the hospital was established it is serving for free and for some service at a reasonable price.

It is treating nearly all problems related to the eyes and some of them are mentioned here.

 

Treatments Offered in Sarojini Devi Eye Hospital Hyderabad:

Treatments

Eye Examination

 

Diabetic Eye Exam

 

Vitreoretinal Surgery

 

Eye Surgery

 

Contact Lens Exams

 

Trabeculotomy Ab Externo

 

Cornea Surgery

 

Contact Lens Fitting

 

Glaucoma Treatment/ Surgery

 

Cornea Transplant

 

Soft Contact Lenses

 

Pterygium Surgery

 

Cornea & Refractive Surgery Cataract Removal Surgery

 

Ocular Prosthetics

 

Cornea & External Diseases

 

Vitrectomy (Including Macular Hole Repair)

 

Vitrectomy (Including Macular Hole Repair)

 

Eyelid Surgery

 

YAG Laser Capsulotomy

 

Paracentesis of Anterior Eye

 

Retinal Testing

 

Ocular Surface Reconstruction Keratomileusis

 

Reconstructive Eyelid Surgery

 

Glaucoma Treatment/ Surgery

 

Ophthalmology

 

Repair of Retinal Detachment or Retinal Tear

 

Removal of Foreign Body from External Eye

 

Cataract Surgery

 

Who was Sarojini Naidu:

Sarojini Naidu was one of the outstanding national leaders and was a source of strength to her colleagues and an inspiration to the young.

Sarojini Naidu was born in Hyderabad on 13th February 1879.
She loved the city of Hyderabad whose rich culture had mingled with her blood and she loved Urdu poetry.

While she made most of her public speeches in English, the Urdu language geld a fascination for her, and she was quite fluent in it. Her poetry of that period reflected her mood of ecstasy.

Sarojini Naidu passed her matriculation examination at the age of 12, standing first in the whole of the Madras Presidency. Later she was sent to England for higher studies. She attended King’s College in London and then the Girton College at Cambridge.

Sarojini Naidu had a meeting with Gandhiji in 1914, in London. That meeting finally decided the future course of her life. She had to take the plunge in public life. She did take the plunge and after that, there was no looking back.

Before entering national politics, Sarojini Naidu worked with Gandhiji as a volunteer in the struggle of Indians against the racist government of South Africa. After her return to India, she immediately joined the freedom movement.

Right from the beginning, she remained faithful to Gandhiji and the Indian National Congress. She addressed meetings of students and youth. She spoke at women’s meetings and mass gatherings in several cities and towns.

Sarojini Naidu became an all-India leader in no time. She came to be counted as an eminent leader of the Indian National Congress. She knew no fear & she knew no despair and is now known as a symbol of courage and fearlessness.

 

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