Maxivision Super Specialty Hospital Honors Army Day with Specialized Eye Checkups for Armed Forces Personnel and Their Families

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Commemorating the valor and sacrifice of the Indian Army in Hyderabad and Telangana.

Hyderabad, 15th January 2024– In a noble gesture towards the guardians of our nation, Maxivision Super Specialty Eye Hospitals, a prominent eye care institution based in Hyderabad, will be conducting free eye screenings for Indian Army personnel as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative. The screenings are scheduled to take place from January 16th to January 31st, 2024, across all the branches of Maxivision. Maxivision has also received approval for inclusion in the Ex-Servicemen Contributory Health Scheme (ECHS) in Telangana.

Indian Army Day is commemorated annually on January 15th to honor the brave soldiers who have made supreme sacrifices in safeguarding India and its citizens. Recognizing the pivotal role played by the armed forces, Maxivision aims to contribute to their well-being by offering complimentary eye checkups on this significant occasion.

Mr. Sudheer VS, Group CEO of Maxivision Super Specialty Eye Hospitals, expressed the hospital's commitment to supporting the country's defenders. He stated, “It is the responsibility of all Indian citizens to extend their support to our army personnel who keep the country safe. Maxivision would like to boost their morale by offering free eye screenings and checkups.”

Dr. KP Reddy, Founder and Chief Mentor, Maxivision Super Specialty Eye Hospitals said “In recognizing the sacrifices of the Indian Army, Maxi Vision is proud to offer complimentary eye screenings. Through this initiative, we hope to contribute to the health and resilience of our soldiers, expressing our gratitude in action”

Dr. C Sharat Babu, Medical Director and Managing Partner, Sharat Maxivision Super Specialty Eye Hospitals added “Diversity in health initiatives is as crucial as in any other aspect of society. Maxivision's strategic decision to provide free eye screenings on Indian Army Day is a testament to our commitment to the health and readiness of our soldiers.”

The free eye screenings and checkups will be available at all Maxivision branches, including locations in Hyderabad & Telangana (Somajiguda, Attapur, Begumpet, Madhapur, Kukatpally, Madinaguda, AS Rao Nagar, Dilsukhnagar, Santosh Nagar, Kothapet, Tarnaka, Warangal, Manikonda, Karimnagar, Khammam, Vanasthalipuram), Andhra Pradesh (Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam, Bhimavaram, Narasaraopet, Macherla, Guntur), Tamil Nadu (Trichy, Perambalur, Salem, Tanjore, Madurai), and Gujarat (Rajkot, Jamnagar, Morbi, Surat).

The Retired Army personnel, Amy Personnel, and their family can avail of these services from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm by presenting their ID cards. For those residing in other states and unable to visit the hospital, remote consultations can be arranged by contacting the doctors over the phone with prior appointments.

Maxivision Super Specialty Eye Hospitals remains steadfast in its commitment to promoting the well-being of the armed forces and expresses gratitude to the Indian Army for its unwavering dedication and sacrifice.

About Maxivision Super Speciality Eye Hospitals:

Maxivision Super Speciality Eye Hospitals, founded by Dr. Kasu Prasad Reddy in 1996 and subsequently acquired by Dr. GSK Velu in 2011, stands as one of India's foremost and rapidly expanding eye care chains. Maxivision has consistently upheld its unwavering dedication to delivering top-notch and affordable eye care services. Since its inception in 1996, it has proudly served over 5 million patients. Presently, the network has expanded to include over 46+ centers, with continued growth, covering six states in South and West India. Maxivision has its network of hospitals in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Gujarat and now entering Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh. Maxivision Eye Hospital employs a comprehensive approach, featuring four distinct models of care: Super Tertiary Centres of Excellence, Tertiary Care Eye Hospitals, Secondary Care Eye Hospitals, Primary Eye Centers, and Vision Centres: Maxivision Eye Hospitals are equipped to provide the most advanced and critical eye care services.

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