We have our highly efficient Hygiene canteen to provide best quality food for our patients and doctors. We take special regulations to maintain the quality and quantity of food served. Dietician and resident medical officer test the food before being served to patients. They even visit the kitchen. Their duty is to check the kitchen hygiene and check the health of staffers and to check the storage room. We have enough qualified staff to manage our hospital kitchen.
We are all about our patients’ convenience, at MediVision. Hence, we have an optical store and a pharmacy right inside the hospital.
Our optical store aims at striking an ideal balance between quality and style. We have a varied array of products, which include branded designer frames, sunglasses, contact lenses and other eye care products. You can walk into the optical store right after your eye checkup is done and the doctor has given you the prescription of the power of your glasses. Our opticians and refractionists will be there, ready to help you understand and choose the right glasses and frames.
Eye banks are the institutions responsible for collecting and processing donor corneas, and for distributing them to trained corneal graft surgeons. Eye banks are regulated and part of the local health system, they may be attached to a hospital or housed in a separate building.
Cornea harvesting is the surgical removal from a deceased person of either the whole eye (enucleation) or the cornea (in situ corneal excision). This can be done by appropriately trained eye care personnel (eye bank technicians, ophthalmology residents, ophthalmologists, or general practitioners) in a variety of settings, including hospitals, homes, and funeral grounds.