General Eye Care Hospital Ahmedabad
Be it common eye problems or rare sight-threatening diseases, SRG Eye Hospital covers everything from general eye care to extensive ophthalmic specialty services that attract patients from all over Gujarat region.
If you are looking for best eye care hospital Ahmedabad with the latest state-of-the-art technology, SRG Eye Hospital is here for you.
SRG Eye Hospital's ophthalmologists are specialists in the diagnosis, medical and surgical treatment of all kinds of eye disorders.
We have access to the latest in high-tech surgical eye procedures often found in very few larger hospitals, including laser eye surgery, tear duct surgery, eyelid plastic surgery and cataract implant surgery for both adults as well as children.
The SRG Eye Hospital General Eye Care Service provides comprehensive eye examinations, diagnosis, treatment, follow-up care, and continued monitoring for all types of medical conditions of the eye, eyelid, and vision.
Our Experienced doctor will perform a full eye evaluation to ascertain the root of the problems of your eye, eyelid or vision.
Once a diagnosis has been adequately established, monitored follow-up care is also provided. Treatment or cure may include contact lenses, eyeglasses, medications in the form of pills or eye drops, surgery or medical procedures.
If and when sub-specialty care is required to offer the best outcome or surgical needs, the doctors within the General Eye Care Service Department may also refer you to other experts or specialists within the SRG Eye Hospital.
The General Eye Care Service Department is comprised of optometrists who have an O.D.(Doctor of Optometry degree) and ophthalmologists who are experienced medical doctors with an M.D. (Doctor of Medicine degree). These medical service providers are qualified to diagnose, cure or treat and dedicatedly monitor follow-up of vision problems consistent with higher Medical standards. In addition to this, our highly experienced and expert ophthalmologists perform surgical and laser procedures for all types of eye conditions that may require them.
The General Eye Care Service Department provides diagnosis, treatment and monitoring follow-up care in all types of eye, eyelid and vision conditions, such as:
- Eye and vision exams
- Prescription for eyeglasses and contact lenses in some conditions Discharge from the eye
- Inflammation of the eyelid (Blepharitis)
- A Stye(Chalazion)
- All types of Retinal Disorders
- Dry Eye
- Itchy or Watery eyes
- Evaluation for decreased or rapidly decreasing vision
- Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye)
- Floaters & Flashes
- Tissue growth on the cornea (Pterygium)
- Macular Degeneration
- All types of Refractive errors/disorders such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, presbyopia (loss of reading vision) and astigmatism (a defect in the curvature of the lens or cornea),Pain in the eye or surrounding area of the eye
- Dedicatedly monitored follow-ups of chronic conditions, such as cataracts, diabetes, medication toxicity, glaucoma, macular degeneration, previous surgical procedures care (following glaucoma, cataract surgery, retinal, etc.), and many others.
The General Eye Care Department (GCD) is the heart of our SRG Hospital and acts as the first point of contact for most of the eye patients.
Our dedicated and experienced doctors with world-class equipment at their disposal provides a vast range of collaborative and comprehensive ophthalmic care ranging from managing general eye diseases and delivering standard eye exams to performing complicated medical and surgical cases including glaucoma, cataract and retinal procedures.
Particular emphasis is placed on providing a healthy continuation of patient care. The GCD sees emergent referrals from outside hospitals and clinics from throughout the region and also accepts "walk-in" patients with acute eye diseases.
- Swelling of eye tissues or Bulging of the eye
- Flashes or streaks of light
- New floaters (strings, cobwebs, spots, or shadows before the eyes)
- Sudden crossed, “wandering” or turned eye
- Crusting, discharge or excessive tearing
- Eyelids stuck together, especially when you woke up
- Sudden blurring of vision that persists
- Double vision
- Sudden vision loss
- Pain in the eye or the surrounding area, redness accompanied by pain in the eye
- Coloured circles around lights (Halos)
- Eye infections
- Physical activities or Sports-related eye injuries
- Eye pain and vision disturbances due to some chemical exposure
- Foreign particles or Shards in the eye such as small pieces of glass or metal
- Lacerations (Cuts) to the eye from car/vehicle accidents
- Any kinds of abnormal reactions to your contact lenses (such as., a contact lens that has become “stuck” to the eye)