In-house Services

CHEERS have a unique and innovative in-house facility. Its in-house services focuses on holistic health besides helping in prevention of blindness and deafness and promotion of vision and hearing. To achieve this, it houses the followings;

Eye Department:
Outpatient Departments (OPD) with specialized service provision in pediatric, Glaucoma and Retina. Besides, it also has other services such as General Eye OPD, refraction, Orthoptic, vision recording, contact lens, low vision and vision therapy services.

ENT Department:
ENT OPD’s and Rehabilitation unit for audiology and speech language pathology (RUAS). 

Operation Theater and ward service:
It has four state of art and fully equipped operation theaters with pre-operative and observation rooms along with ward facilities for cases to be admitted.

Supportive services:
Many services such as laboratory, radiology, pediatric and General practice (Both part time), Optical, pharmacy and immunization clinic are also provided as a supporting facility.   

Innovative Services:
    a.) Providing and taking free venous blood sugar test, blood pressure, intra ocular pressure, height, weight, abdominal girth, pulse of all patients above 35 years
        of age is a unique and innovative Health promotion service. Many  incidental diabetic, hypertension, glaucoma and obesities are identified. 
    b.) Counselling room:   Counselling of patients (Both incidental finding and general patients) in regards to their treatment, nutrition and life style changes are done. 
    c.) Life style clinic:   Patient with Pre-diabetic/diabetic, pre-hpertensive/hypertensive and obesity are counselled for life style clinic where they are subjected to exercises (with constant monitoring) and nutritional                                      changes with the help of nutritionist, physician, physiotherapist, yoga and physical trainers. 
Enabling center: 
It incorporates a habilitation center where, those “Children with sensory disability (CwSD)” who cannot be treated are subjected to training by special educationist and trainers in sensory, motor, daily living and behavioral skills before placing them into mainstream inclusive education. CwSD are subjected to an average of 6 months training free of cost. Most avail of this service through the hostel facility at the premises of the Hospital.