Centre For Sight expands in Chandigarh, Punjab & Haryana
Centre for Sight, a network of eye hospitals has mapped an aggressive growth path to become the largest player in the ever growing vision care segment.
Chandigarh-based Mirchia’s Laser Eye Centre, the oldest eye-care centre in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh region is now a unit of Centre for Sight, group of eye hospitals. The partnership expands the footprint of Centre for Sight in this area from two centres to 7 centres. Now, the total number of Centre for Sight super-specialty eye hospitals goes up to 40 across India bringing world class affordable eye care at your door step.
Dr Mahipal Singh Sachdev, Chairman & Medical Director, Centre for Sight said, “There exists a gap in the eye care service standards in metro and non-metro areas. Through our network of super specialised eye hospitals, we are committed to bridge the divide, which is achieved with a mix of green field ventures, brown field mergers and acquisitions and departments in hospitals. Our partners are like-minded people with patient-centric values who are leading players in their geography and share our enthusiasm for growth and excellence. ”
Speaking on the expansion plan, Dr Sachdev informed, “In the next three years, Centre for Sight will open 15 new centres in Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir.”
“Driven by our commitment to adopt cutting-edge technology in ophthalmology, we are introducing Femtosecond Laser technology for cataract surgery at Mirchia’a Laser Eye Centre in Chandigarh, now a unit of Centre for Sight. The launch of Femtosecond Laser technology is the first-of-its-kind in the whole of Haryana and Chandigarh region,” said Dr Sachdev.
Dr Rajiv Mirchia, Chairman & Medical Director, Mirchia’s Laser Eye Centre said, “The partnership offers value to us in terms of augmenting our current technology and in improving the patient care service standards at our centres.”
Femtosecond laser technology is the latest and best technology for cataract surgery available throughout the world. This blade-less, stitch-less technique for cataract surgery delivers precise results and is a boon for the patient.
“While cataract surgeons are doing a good job now, femtosecond laser technology introduces the ability to be more consistent. It has the potential to, in the simplest of terms; help automate many of the crucial steps of surgery resulting in a safer operation and improved surgical outcome, added Dr Monica Jain, Senior Consultant & Director Dr Monica’s Eye Clinic.