MaxiVision offers 23 free cataract surgeries for the Poor

HYDERABAD: Maxivision Super Specialty Eye Hospitals known for blending traditional hospitality with state-of-the-art ophthalmic care takes pride to announce its successful completion of 23 years in the service of people. MaxiVision celebrated its 23rd anniversary today.

On this occasion, 23 cataract surgeries to be done free of cost to the poor patients. Poor patients with cataract problems can contact the hospital with required documents. This facility is available till 23 March starting today.

Dr. Kasu Prasad Reddy, found Maxivision Eye Hospital in the year 1996. Ever since its inception, he took the challenge of providing State of the Art technology for vision care to his beloved state, United Andhra Pradesh.

“Very soon in coming year, Maxivision is expanding its services to another 6 districts of Telangana, and 4 districts of Andhra Pradesh.”, statement said.

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