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Who We Are

The Dr Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital, Saharanpur evolved from screening camps around western Uttar Pradesh, to a clinic where refraction was conducted, and patients were bussed to Delhi for treatment. The first sense of permanence for the hospital was established on rent in Rampur Maniharan in 2009, through a seed grant by Standard Chartered Bank. However, ten years on, the hospital has now inaugurated its own building in Saharanpur.

Catering to the districts of Saharanpur and Shamli, the hospital has the capacity and is strategically located to provide quality eye care services to Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh. Almost 75-80% of the surgeries performed at the hospital are referred by its network of 13 vision centers which provide primary eye care at the grassroot levels.The hospital functions on the cross-subsidy model of eye care delivery, providing free or highly subsidized eye care services to those who need it the most and it received NABH accreditation in October 2019.

Our People

Dr. Seemal Goyal
Consultant In-charge
Mr. Ranveer Singh
Mr. Vinay
Assistant Admin

Visiting Consultants

Key Facts & Figures for year 2022-23

vision centers linked to the main hospital.
walk-in patients provided eye services at the main hospital.
walk-in patients provided eye services through the vision centers.

Our Programs

Mission for vision

Established in September 2021 as a partnership between Combat Blindness International and SCEH, the Aadya Initiative aims to eradicate blindness by providing training and support to existing local forces, while at the same time empowering women to be independent and support their family’s income.

Christian Blind Mission

A six-year long program has been running since January 2017 and will run till October 2023, as collaborated on by Christian Blind Mission and SCEH to develop a mechanism to allow smooth inflow of patients, by providing an efficient work up, quality diagnostics, and better management. The project works towards the early identification and treatment of children and adults with avoidable blindness and deafness.


The partnership between SCEH and ITC is to run two mobile vans from April 2023. One van will be equipped with advanced diagnostic facilities for glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy, while the other will be providing vision center facilities-comprehensive basic eye examinations, in areas where there are no permanent vision centers.

Koshika Foundation

Between September 2016 and March 2023, the Koshika Foundation and SCEH have partnered to provide free eye surgeries for the underprivileged sections of our society. Rural areas are also offered “Doorstep Relief” through free eye camps.


In April 2022, SCEH and Orbis International entered a five-year partnership till March 2027, to reduce avoidable blindness and visual impairment among children by developing affordable, sustainable, quality child eye care services. Around 30 thousand children have been screened so far, 2724 were referred to the vision center for detailed examinations, 53 children were operated upon, and a further 1013 children were given spectacles.

Standard Chartered Bank

Standard Chartered Bank and SCEH entered this partnership in January 2020 and are still working together to provide door-to-door screening services for adults across the catchment areas of all vision centers.

Services provided

Dr. Shroff’s Charity Eye Clinic

Near Manani Railway Station, Delhi Road,
Uttar Pradesh

+91 8057179596