Dr Agarwals Group of Eye Hospitals merges with Davangere Nethralaya

Dr Agarwals Eye Hospitals to set up 10 eye care facilities across the state in the next 18-24 months

Davangere Nethralaya, a leading eye care facility in Davanagere, founded by Dr Sunil G has merged with Dr Agarwals Eye Hospitals, becoming the 18th centre in Karnataka, including 11 in Bengaluru and seven outside Bengaluru. The hospital, spread over 4200 sq ft, offers the best eye care with expert ophthalmologists and the latest technologies. The hospital offers state-of-the-art OCT Angiography, a first-of-its-kind diagnostic tool for retina patients in Davanagere. As a part of its commitment to the community, the hospital is offering senior citizens free consultations for the residents of Davanagere until 30th June 2023.

Dr Agarwals Eye Hospitals is to set up 10 eye care facilities across the state in the next 18-24 months. With these new additions, the hospital chain now has a total network presence of 135+ hospitals across India and Africa, spanning 10 countries and over 12 states in India.

The hospital will continue to have the existing team and management while investing in infrastructure, equipment, and training of staff. The hospital chain aims to provide the best quality healthcare at an affordable price and meet the increasing demand for quality eye care services in the region. In addition to the hospitals, the group is also aiming to set up eye clinics under the name of ‘Dr Agarwals Eye Clinic’ in non-metro and rural markets to cater to more patients in need of quality and affordable eye care.

Dr Sunil, said, “With this collaboration, we are excited to introduce the latest technology and best practices to our patients in Davanagere. We are confident that Dr Agarwals Eye Hospitals’ presence will elevate the standard of eyecare in our community to a global level, and we are proud to be a part of this transformation.”

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