Phaco training programme at Srikiran Institute of Ophthalmology
Srikiran Institute of Ophthalmology has been providing training to Ophthalmologists and Ophthalmic Assistants since last 23 years. Our training programs have been enhanced to meet the current demand and we are offering the following training programs.
Srikiran Institute of Ophthalmology has received accreditation by National Board of Examinations (NBE) to train postgraduates in ophthalmology for D.N.B degree. There are two seats every year for D.N.B. program. Course overview of Phaco training programme
Course overview of Phaco training programme
Short-Term Phaco Training Programme comprises of theory/presentations on various aspects of cataract surgery along with practical hands-on training in Phaco. Candidates will get a chance to interact with senior cataract consultants and discuss difficult cases and their management.
Facility for Phaco training
With the visionary efforts of Dr. VK Raju, MD and the Sankurathri Foundation, ‘Srikiran’ was established in 1993, offering quality eye care in the region that was accessible to everyone. During its humble beginnings on January 21st, Srikiran had only 26 beds and a total staff of only 9. With the dedicated teamwork of the staff and firm commitment of the founders, the Institute has been able to grow and become unparalleled in its achievements.
The Srikiran Institute of Ophthalmology has taken some critical steps to resolve some of the fundamental issues that afflict the people in rural Andhra Pradesh. Located 10kms from Kakinada, the Srikiran Institute of Ophthalmology can be found on a five acre site that typifies the serene countryside in Andhra Pradesh. For over 25 years, the Institute has been addressing the needs of the local community, and has taken it upon itself to provide quality eye care that is both affordable and accessible to everyone.
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Services at Srikiran Institute of Ophthalmology
The modern facilities staffed by compassionate doctors continue to develop as the institute keeps on procuring the latest equipment necessary to provide quality eye care. Facing the prospect of providing eye care services to a population of over 20 million from six different districts, Srikiran has developed into an all encompassing Institute spread out over an area of 50,000 square feet, with a total of five buildings.
With separate outpatient areas for paying and non paying patients, ten outpatient clinics, four operating theatres, an auditorium, a cafeteria, two optical shops, a pharmacy, and two separate hostels for men and women, all backed-up by generator power, Srikiran has become a self contained world providing the best care available. In addition to this, The Srikiran Institute now has 126 inpatient beds, and 24 hour emergency service, so proper care and instruction can be provided and any post-operative complications are reduced to the bare minimum and taken care of.
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