It was a moment of great pride when Pune’s prestigious Eye hospital, K K Eye Institute was honoured with the “Pride of Maharashtra” Award in the category of the “Best Eye Hospital” at the Leadership Awards held at Pride Hotel in Pune, recently. The K K Eye Institute places top on its priority – the aspect of patient care and ethical medical practices.
The team comprises of eye doctors who are surgeons par excellence, committed to the Institute on a full time basis. They are specialized in different fields of eye care that aim to provide better sight for all age groups from children, to the young, to adults and the elderly.
With its facilities spread over 40000 sq feet of space at Koregaon Park, this eye hospital encompasses diagnosis and treatment of eye care ranging from simple spectacle powers, cataract surgeries to more complex retinal and cornea problems.
“What gives me deep happiness is that out of the one lakh and twenty thousand cataract surgeries we have performed, the many thousands of procedures and investigations carried out, the lakhs of consultations done, we stand tall in the fact that not a single one has been unwarranted and unnecessary!” beamed the CEO, Ms. Renu Wadhwa, while accepting the award.
With a progressive vision of eye care, exceptional spirit of service and transparency, leading edge equipment and expert eye specialists, the K K Eye Institute has been moving ahead steadily on the pathway of a “quality with integrity” ideology.
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