B. P. Eye Foundation (BPEF), established in 1991 is a Nepalese national non-government, not for profit autonomous organization formally registered with appropriate authorities of Government of Nepal. It works among others, in areas of Health, Education and Empowerment of People at risk or actually suffering from disability to lift people out of poverty.
Yes, BP Eye Hospital accepts most major insurance plans. However, it is recommended that you check with your insurance provider to confirm coverage before scheduling an appointment. The hospital also offers financing options for those without insurance or with out-of-pocket expenses.
You can book an appointment at BP Eye Hospital by calling their dedicated helpline number or by visiting their website and filling out the online appointment form. You can also visit the hospital in person to book an appointment.
BP Eye Hospital is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and skilled surgeons to perform a variety of eye surgeries, including cataract surgery, LASIK and other refractive surgeries, glaucoma surgery, corneal transplantation, and vitreoretinal surgery.
BP Eye Hospital offers a comprehensive range of diagnostic tests, including visual acuity tests, refraction tests, slit-lamp examinations, tonometry, fundus photography, optical coherence tomography (OCT), and ultrasound.
BP Eye Hospital specializes in treating a wide range of eye conditions, including cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, corneal diseases, and refractive errors such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.
We are in Madhyapur Thimi Municipality 1, Lokanthali, Bhaktapur, Nepal.
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