It was started as an eye clinic on 4th Jan 1990 at Kasia, 60 km east of Gorakhpur. Within a few months of its inception, Raj eye Hospital inaugurated its new hospital at cinema road July 22, 1995 Jhankar.In 1995 it shifted into new hospital, near jhankar cinema. July 26, 2010 Chattra Sangh Chauraha The hospital acquired the most sophisticated equipment and facilities offering state-of-the-art technology to treat various eye disorders.
It has carefully planned the accessibility to ensure that specialty care is available at the nearest, when patients need at the earliest.The purpose is to provide superior healthcare services to more people and in many regions. Raj Eye Hospital is equipped with modern facilities, specialized equipment, and a team of highly skilled and devoted medical professionals trained with the latest technological advancements. Our company provides high quality care with a service focus in a professional & caring environment. We have established ourselves as a premier provider of high quality, professional eye care system in a state-of-the-art medical facility for over two decades. We, at Raj Eye Hospital understand the impact of the compassionate eye care on the patient experience.Good environments make us feel better, and feeling better is the key to getting better.
A common vision to satisfy the needs of patients worldwide motivates the skilled doctors at “RAJ EYE HOSPITAL PVT. LTD.” to make new ideas work and to work in an innovative method.
(a) Provide eye care of highest ‘Quality’ to all segments of society.
(b) Provide free or subsidized treatment to those who cannot afford it.
(c) Encourage and strengthen teaching and training programs along with super specializations
to Doctors and Ophthalmic Assistants, through ongoing research and academic activities.
(d) Propagate the concept of ‘Quality’ Eye Care amongst professionals.
(f) Rendering outreach ophthalmic services in remote villages.
(g) Create community awareness about eye health problems.
(h) Contribute for the success of National Program for Control of Blindness.
(i) Prepare Ophthalmic Assistants/Paramedics/Ophthalmologists through teaching courses.
(j) Enhancing eye bank and keratoplasty services.