International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) World Association of Eye Hospitals (WAEH)



Saturday to Wednesday: 7:15am to 5.00pm
Thursday: 7.15 to 1:30pm


The hospital remains closed on Fridays and on Holidays declared by Government However Emergency Service remains open upto 10.00 PM


Saturday to Wednesday: 7.15am to 4.00pm

Thursday: 7.15 to 12.30pm


Over telephone: 096 109 98333

By Email:

Walking directly to the registration counter


Remain open upto 10.00 PM

What are the Emergencies

  • Injury
  • Trauma
  • Sudden onset of severe pain redness swelling
  • Sudden loss of vision
  • Noticing some field of vision is obstruct

What is NOT an Emergency

  • Regular check up
  • Follow up visits
  • Refractive errors and spectacle


Get checked up with an Eye Hospital or an Ophthalmologist if:

  • you experience a change in vision in one or both eyes, such as not seeing distant objects clear or near book reading, mobile or computer viewing becomes blur
  • If you see double vision double vision, can’t see any of side
  • If you black or brown spots, flashing lights or floaters, or something like curtain
  • Your lids are drooping,
  • You are noticing any mass (tumor like)
  • If you experience pain, persistent irritation, itching, discharge or the sensation of a foreign body
  • If you have conjunctivitis or persistent red Eye
  • you experience watering eyes, tear overflow
  • you are currently taking steroids orally for any other condition
  • you have a growth on the eyelid or the eyelid is incorrectly positioned
  • you are diabetic
  • If you are hypertensive
  • you are aged above 40
  • you have a family history of glaucoma
  • Your kids attain five years
  • Your kid is very bookish, watch TV at close range and very much in inattentive in reading

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It's true that following these steps is no guarantee of perfect vision throughout your lifetime. But maintaining a healthy lifestyle and having regular eye exams will certainly decrease your risk of developing a sight-stealing eye problem that otherwise might have been prevented.

TIPs To protect your eyesight and keep your eyes healthy as you age, consider these simple guidelines:

  1. Find out if you are at higher risk for eye diseases.Be aware of your family's health history. Do you or any of your family suffer from diabetes or have a history of high blood pressure? Are you over the age of 60?
  2. Have regular physical exams to check for diabetes and high blood pressure.If left untreated, these diseases can cause eye problems. In particular, diabetes and high blood pressure can lead to vision loss from diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and eye strokes.
  3. Look for warning signs of changes in your vision.If you start noticing changes in your vision, see your eye doctor immediately. Some trouble signs to look for are double vision, hazy vision and difficulty seeing in low light conditions. Other signs and symptoms of potentially serious eye problems that warrant immediate attention include red eyes, frequent flashes of light, floaters, and eye pain and swelling.
  4. Exercise more frequently.According to the AAO, some studies suggest that regular exercise — such as walking — can reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration by up to 70 percent.
  5. Protect your eyes from harmful UV light.When outdoors during daytime, always wear sunglasses that shield your eyes from 100 percent of the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays. This may help reduce your risk of cataracts, pinguecula and other eye problems.
  6. Eat a healthy and balanced diet.Numerous studies have shown that antioxidants can possibly reduce the risk of cataracts. These antioxidants are obtained from eating a diet containing plentiful amounts of fruits and colorful or dark green vegetables. Studies also have shown that eating fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids may reduce your risk of developing macular degeneration. Also, consider supplementing your diet with eye vitamins to make sure you are getting adequate amounts of the nutrients you need to keep your eyes healthy.
  7. Get your eyes checked at least every two years.A comprehensive eye exam, including dilating your pupils, can determine your risk for major eye diseases such as diabetic retinopathy, which has no early warning signs or symptoms. An eye exam also can ensure that your prescription for eyeglassesor contact lenses is up to date.
  8. Don't smoke.The many dangers of smoking have been well documented. When it comes to eye health, people who smoke are at greater risk of developing age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, uveitis and other eye problems.
  9. Don’t consume alcohol:: it may cause damage your optic nerve
  10. Give up bettle nut chewing or keep the lime safe: betel nuts not only increases the risk of oral cancer but they contribute to corneal blindness in Bangladesh through lime burn. This happens when lime accidently comes in contact with cornea or bursting out of lime while pouring water in solid limerock while preparing wetlime for consuming bettle nut.
  11. Children in between ages 5-11 are very much prone to injury while paying with peers. A numbe r of childhood blindness are result of such accidents. Special care taken during this period can prevent this largely.

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