Dr. D. D. Verma, director of D. D. Eye Institute, established a charitable hospital and training institute D. D. Netra Seva Foundation, in the year 2012 with an aim of providing quality and affordable eye care to everyone and free services to the underprivileged and to train young ophthalmologists in eye surgeries under fellowship program.

D. D. Netra Seva Foundation is accredited by state government through district blindness control society. It is also empanelled under Bhamasa Health Scheme which provides free surgeries to the patients holding Bhamasa Cards issued by Rajasthan government.

Our hospital is spread in more than1 lakh sq. feet area and is the largest eye hospital in the northern india. The hospital is a 200 bedded hospital dedicated to eye care. It is well equipped with the latest technology available today. The hospital has a large wing dedicated to provide free services to poor patients. We have 4 large OT, well equipped with modern instruments. Surgeries for cataract, glaucoma, dacryocystitis, pterygium, refractive surgeries, corneal transplants, retinal detachment and other retinal surgeries, and oculopastic surgeries are routinely performed at our institute.

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D. D. Netra Seva Foundation regularly conduc>ts 100% free eye camps in the rural areas for general eye checkups and cataract screening. Patients identified for surgeries are transported to the base hospital, D. D. Netra Seva Foundation, Naya Nohra. They are assessed in detail preoperatively by the doctors. They are provided with breakfast, lunch and dinner during their stay. They are provided with free neat and clean accommodation with separate male and female wards. After surgery, patients are examined next day before discharging them with free medications. Follow up is done after 7 days and after 1 month to ensure continuity of care.

We are currently running 4 vision centers in the periphery of Kota to ensure the access to eye care for the rural population. These centers are visited weekly by our trained ophthalmologist. We organize free eye camps once in a month in these centers. Apart from camps in rural areas, we have walk-in camp on every Tuesdays and Fridays in our base hospital, where people can come directly for free surgeries. On the discretion of our director, Dr. D. D. Verma, underprivileged patients who do not have bhamasa card or BPL card, are also given treatment free of cost or at discounted rates.