Maxivison to offer free eye checkup for army personnel

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Maxivision arranges for free eye check up for army on January 15

Hyderabad based Maxivision super speciality eye hospitals takes pride to announce free eyes checkups to Indian army personnel on the occasion of Indian army day.

As part of its social responsibility to the society & to extend its support to the Indian army and its services to the nation, Maxi Vision Super Specialty Eye Hospitals will organize Free Eye Checkups to mark the occasion.

Indian army day is being observed every year on Jan 15 to pay respects to all those gallant soldiers who sacrificed their lives to safeguard the country and its citizens. The day is marked in the form of parades and other military shows in all army headquarters across India.

Speaking on the occasion Sudheer – COO Maxi vision super speciality eye hospitals, said that It is the accountability of all the citizens of India to extend their moral support to our army personnel who always on a vigil to keep the country safe and secure. Extolling Army’s virtues and their courageous services to the nation, the maxi vision would like to boost their morale extending its support to them by offering free eye screenings/checkups on the occasion, he said.

Free eye screenings / checkups are done from 16 to 31 Jan 2020 in all the branches of Maxi Vision i.e Somajiguda, Begumpet, Madhapur, AS Rao nagaro, Santosh Nagar, Kukatpally in Hyderabad, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam, Bheemavaram, Warangal.

All the army personnel can utilize the services by showing their ID cards from 10.30 am till 2.30 pm.

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