Contributions of LV Prasad Eye Institute

Since its foundation in the year 1987, L V Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI) is been a pioneer in the field of eye care  in India. The establishment had teamed up with the World Health Organization for conducting the programs for aversion of visual impairment. LVPEI offers different projects for eye care, locate change and recovery for patients. Being the significant eye establishment in India, the LVPEI likewise conveys  the message by  taking up projects in the field of ophthalmology at different levels.

LVPEI has demonstrated its influence on different medicinal services programs by keeping its concentration on the general population of financially feeble social orders and gatherings from urban and rustic zones. The organization has set up its own  system of satellite facilities and  subsidiaries. This system contains 3 tertiary focuses in Bhubaneswar, Visakhapatnam, and Vijayawada known as ‘Focal point of Excellence’ alongside 16 auxiliary and 143 essential care focuses to cover each side of the four conditions of Odisha, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

LVPEI  establishment has served different causes for the sake of humankind. To give some examples, LVPEI had gathered more than 59,585 contributor corneas, and transplanted more than 31,085 of them to destitute patients. The establishment performed more than 1000+ stem cell based methods and 300+ SLET methodology.

The altruists Mr.Bijay Mandhani from Mandhani Family with the support of GL Mandhani Trust had supported the Institute by supporting the development of the third floor of the establishment. The pediatric division on the floor is interestingly planned to make a fiery space for adolescents, and this floor also has the oculoplastic focus. The foundation is devoted to accomplish perfection over our eye wellbeing verticals to understand its moto “So that all may see”.


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