Our eyes are the window to this world; we see and experience the world with the help of this tool. Keeping them free from diseases and problems is very important. But, more than often we tend to ignore eye care. Or perhaps try to postpone a long-pending eye treatment due to fear of the cost involved. Modern eye treatments and diagnostic tests perfectly protect our eyes and vision from critical eye diseases and conditions. However, the availability of the best eye treatment in India is not always easily accessible for the lack of proper infrastructure and prohibitively expensive costs. And that’s where one can rely safely on The Retina Centre.
The Retina Centre, Guwahati, is a multispecialty eye hospital with a team of experienced doctors, cutting-edge diagnostic and treatment infrastructure and a reputation of affordable modern treatment facilities. Eminent ophthalmologist Dr S. U. Ahmed founded The Retina Centre in 2019, with the motto of “providing quality eye care services of international standards at an affordable cost” to people residing, even in the hard-to-reach corners of North-East India. This region has long suffered the lack of infrastructure for quality and affordable eye care. The Retina Centre thus started its services from that region. Presently, with its strong roots in the North-East states, they are also extending the facilities and services to parts of West Bengal and Bihar.
About the Founder
Having served in the Indian Army himself, Dr Ahmed was deeply inspired by Dr Hilton, an ex-US Army veteran, who is considered the father of Pneumoretinopexy and a renowned Retinologist. Dr Ahmed sought to seek training himself. He specialized as a Vireo-retinal Surgeon from Sankara Nethralaya, Chennai, and worked towards his motto to serve the people of his home turf, the North-Eastern states.
Dr Ahmed has actively participated in numerous government and non-government initiatives throughout his decades-long career to promote the importance of eye care across regions in Northeast Indian states. Following his inspiration, The Retina Centre conducts charitable and low-cost treatments in regular intervals.
Their good job is being acknowledged everywhere. Various media and news houses are covering their good deeds like The Assam Rising, The Meghalaya Guardian and many more.
You can follow them at https://www.theretinacentre.com/media/
Recently World CSR Day has awarded Mr Farhad Ahmed, CEO of The Retina Centre, as Business Leader of the Year in its 19th Global Edition and 4th Indian Edition. It is a brand excellence recognition for one of the best tertiary eye-care hospitals in Northeast India, The Retina Centre (TRC).
The Retina Centre provides eye care treatments ranging from routine eye tests to treatment of the most complex vision and eye-related problems throughout the patient journey. The doctors are extensively trained in sub-specialities like Retina, Cornea, Phacoemulsification, Glaucoma and other Ocular Diseases.
Early diagnosis of an eye condition can help contain further decay in the eyes’ health, improve vision, and cure most eye diseases. The treatment might involve simple medication, non-invasive and invasive procedures.
With modern innovations in medical science and technology, precision surgical procedures for eye diseases have become more accessible and affordable for ordinary people in India. At The Retina Centre (TRC), they treat acute and complex eye diseases and disorders every day using modern diagnostic, investigative infrastructure and expert doctors; at price points that the masses can afford.
For further information, you can visit their website and check the other contact details given below.
5th and 6th Floor, Subham Bijay Crescent,
6th Mile, Rukmini Gaon,
GS Road, Guwahati-781022, Assam
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Hats off to “THE RETINA CARE CENTRE” They are doing a great job.
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We have seen a surge in eye problems due to online work. Amidst of all this, Retina Center looks like a great initiative and much needed. Thanks for sharing this info.
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Eyes are so essential and caring for them equally so. Early diagnoses are always helpful.
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Nice to hear about ‘Retina Care Centre’…
Having expert doctors and good facilities are a boon.
Isn’t it? Especially in times of need
Nice job by Retina Care Centre
Good to know about the Retina Centre in Guwahati, they are doing a commendable job by providing their services to these areas.
Eye problems have increased tremendously since pandemic due to online work. Even kids are facing a lot of issues. Good to have such centres.
True with excessive exposure to screens our eyes are vulnerable to diseases
it’s good that you have such great centre at your place for eye problems.
People often think that the north-east does not have good medical facilities. But they have some of the best ones. Good to see another multispecialty eye hospital in Guwahati.
True. North East news do not make much noise in the mainland.
Good to see Guwahati getting better medical infrastructure.. thanks for sharing details and am sure Social Media is the source for many who look for good options and your post would definitly help them find options for retina care.
Having an access to the basic healthcare is a minimum expectation. When we listen to such wonderful facilities it brings Joy!!!
Good health centres are need of the day. It’s great to know that medical infrastructure is getting better.
My husband is from Guwahati and I will definitely let him know about this eye centre for his mother. Thank you.
Good to know!
What an amazing initiative. Good eye care is a must
This kind of facility should be accessible to all. Great work!
Good initiative and well articulated.
Good that places like these have good doctors coming in. I have heard that certain parts of India don’t even have a hospital near them.
Glad to know about the The Retina Centre and its accomplishments, I hope that’s such facilities spread PAN India.
This looks like a state of the art eye care centre. Wishing The Retina Centre super success. Thank you for introducing them to us.