Ophthalmology Department started functioning from 3rd January , 1997 with joining of Dr Nilesh Parekh as Assistant Professor.The full fledged functioning Ophthalmology section of the Sir-T Hospital was incorporated into the department of ophthalmology.With passage of years tiny department has blossomed into a full fledged Tertiary Care, P.G. Teaching Institute.
Free Paper Presentationon "REIGERSANOMALY"
Free Paper Presentationon "REIGERSANOMALY" presented by Dr.Himank M Doshi, 2nd year resident at All Gujarat Ophthalmological Society (AGOS)conference,2014
Freepaper- siliconsling for congenital to sisof varying degree
Dr.Hetal patel, 3rd year Resident, presented this freepaper-"siliconsling for congenital to sisof varying degree" in All Gujarat Ophthalmological Society" Conference 2012
Freepaper- "Amniotic membrane grafting in ocular surface disorder"
Dr.Priyanka Thilak, presented this Freepaper-"Amniotic membrane grafting in ocular surface disordersin" All Gujarat Ophthalmological Society" Conference2012
Eposter-"PRIMARY OPTICATROPHYINOS TEOPETROSIS"
Objective is to provide such skill and knowledge to the student that shall enable him to practice as an ophthalmic clinician and also to function effectively as a community health leader to assist in the implementation of NPCB programme for prevention of blindness and rehabilitation of the visually impaired.
The teaching & training will be carried out as per broad syllabus below
Department of Ophthalmology, Medical College, Bhavnagar is actively participating in all the activities of N.P.C.B. The district blindness control society office is located in the department. DR N.V .PAREKH, associate professor, is serving as the programmer officer N.P.C.B for bhavnagar district.
Since, last 5 years bhavnagar district & medical college ,bhavnagar have achieved more than 100% of the target alloted. the N.G.O.s also participate in the activity.free I.O.L are implanted in all patients.foldable acrylic I.O.L are used in the department and free implantation is done.
All the schools of the district are covered and all needy children have been provided free specta
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