Opthalmology in Nagpur


The Department of Ophthalmology at Getwell Hospital brings to you some of the most experienced Ophthalmologists who consistently deliver state of the art care. Each service offering is designed to further our lifelong tradition of being a centre of excellence in everything we do. Here you will find a multi specialty group of surgical, research, and clinical consultants working in an integrated setting to provide the highest-quality for close to a million patients annually. We are equipped with the latest diagnostic and surgical facilities to deliver the comprehensive best of practices care from simple routine eye examinations to the most complex surgical cases.

The multidisciplinary expertise and managed care protocols implemented ensure care of not just primary disorders of the eye but also eye problems related to other systemic diseases like diabetes, thyroid disorders, autoimmune conditions, stroke etc.

Comprehensive Ophthalmology Care

This division of our department provides the most basic care for your eyes. We offer a full complement of services one might need. These include: Screening and treatment for common eye diseases (e.g., cataract, glaucoma, diabetes-related eye problems, , hypertension, thyroid) Spectacle and Contact Lens prescriptions Evaluation of patients who may have visual loss or complaints but do not know the diagnosis.

It serves as the entry point for patients needing specific additional medical or surgical services. Once evaluated comprehensively, each patient is advised a highly individualized treatment plan to ensure optimum compliance with his/her personal and professional requirements. With us, you will find specialists who are pioneers in their field not just by what they treat, but also how they treat you. Within them exists a self-sufficient referral network. Each doctor is capable of handling a multitude of cases and offers that extra expertise to deal with what very few can claim mastery over.

Emergency Services

  • Chemical contact with eye or face
  • Severe eye, head or face injury
  • Sudden loss of all or part of your vision
  • Bulging eye
  • Painful eye
  • Onset of flashing lights, floaters, or a noticeable increase in the amount of flashes and floaters
  • Appearance of a "veil" , or curtain across the field of vision
  • Sudden changes in pupil size
  • Eye that is sensitive to light
  • Foreign body in the eye
  • Double vision
  • Post-operative patients with pain in or around the eye, infectious discharge, increased redness, or decreased vision (in either eye)
  • Sports Injuries

  • Dr.Archana Swarnakar

    M.S(Ophthalmology) DNB,

    CONSULTANT Ophthalmologist