Day Screening and Treatment Service (DSTS)

Different locations within Kathmandu valley are selected for one day camps conducted in coordination with health posts, sub health posts, Village Development Committees (VDCs), women’s group and community based organizations (CBOs); District Health Office (DHO) and local clubs for screening and treatment as part of B. P Eye Foundation's commitment to serve neighborhood communities. This service is provided for those who cannot come to the hospital for various reasons. Screening and Treatment Services is provided for eye and ENT problems.

School Health Program (SHP)

Eye and ENT screening as well as blood pressure and nutritional status assessment of school children at primary and secondary levels reaching out to them at their own schools.• We have adopted our successful model of school screening "Student led screening of visual acuity for refractive error correction" i.e. for the children - by the children in Far western Nepal. This model has been adopted with establishing of Child health club and replicating in various schools.• This club checks vision, hearing health, blood pressure and nutritional status which is cross-checked by experts. Our aim is to reduce the work load of professionals and to promote health through healthy activities.

Static Outreach Clinics (ORC)

In pursuit of its mission to strengthen existing health and education systems, BPEF provides support to build their capacity.• One day ORC twice weekly are being held in 4 health centers in remote Kathmandu Valley.• Screening, specialized treatment including Surgeries are provided at door step. As of now regular out-reach clinics are held thrice a week each at Bajrabatrahi Community Hospital at Chapagaun in Lalitpur, Government run PHC at Changunarayan in Bhaktapur and a Community run Manmohan Memorial Community Hospital at Pharping, Kathmandu. Cataract Surgery is performed in Manmohan Memorial Community Hospital once a month. CHEERS recently started a new ORC Clinic in Lele.

 Remote Mobile Health 

We screen around 1500 Eye/ENT patients per camp and organize 10-12 camps in a year • Perform around 150-200 Eye surgeries and 50-60 Ear Surgeries per camp for free and also provide free medicines and optical • We Make available subsidized hearing aid (and some free) at door step. • Train local Human Resources and Equips Health centers for sustained service through pre camps. • Follows up periodically • Identifies Children with Blind and Hearing impairments, treat (where possible) and place them into mainstream education following pre/ early childhood development training. 

Primary Eye Ear Care Center (PEECC) 

For the expansion of the services and to reach the unreached people CHEERS has established Primary EYE Ear Care Center at Rishthe, Ramechhap. Equipped by BPEF/CHEERS, a well-trained regular staff of CHEERS has been placed providing daily service. Bi-Yearly Surgical camp at site caters all the specialized needs • Another PEECC is being started at Saudha in Morang. This is to be expanded further in all seven provinces.