Jain Eye Hospital | Super specialty Complete Eye Care Hospital
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Jain Eye Hospital & Laser Center

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Approved by Govt of NCT, Delhi

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Super speciality Eye Hospital

CGHS, DGEHS, MCD, DU, Govt PSUs

Cashless Mediclaim Facilities

Information for surgical patients

Fees

  • The surgical fee includes surgeons’ fee, operation theatre fee, day care accommodation, medications used during the surgery, dressing. It also includes post-operative consultation fee for up-to 6 weeks from the day of surgery.
  • For patients opting for cashless panels/mediclaim, any co-payment or excess that may be associated with your cover is payable prior to your procedure. You will be advised of this amount prior to the surgery.
  • For patients who are self-insured (i.e. do not have any cashless panel or mediclaim) and opt for re-imbursement of the surgical expenses by the insurance company, a prior INTIMATION to the insurance company is a must. This can be either on phone or by mail and is to be done by the patient. Once the surgery is complete, the final bill and other documents will be given to the patient which can then be submitted by the patient or their insurance agent to the company.

Booking In

The regular tests that are mandatory before a surgery is done are Blood sugar, Blood Pressure and ECG. Certain specific tests may also be ordered depending on the patient’s health.Clearance for cataract surgery is a must by the concerned physician if the patient is having some co-morbidites and is taking treatment for the same.
Once all clearances are obtained, you will need to confirm the booking date in advance. You are welcome to ask as many questions as you like.

Fasting

For surgeries done In local or topical anesthesia, no fasting is required or recommended. For surgeries done under general aneshesia, you will be given your fasting instructions when you are contacted. Failure to comply with these instructions could result in cancellation of your operation.

Valuables/clothing/make-up

Light, comfortable and loose clothing is recommended. DO NOT WEAR makeup or nail polish on the day of your procedure. It is important that we can view the nature colour of your skin and nail beds. Do not bring any valuables with you. It is best not to wear jewellery.We do not accept any responsibility for any loss or damage of any valuables you bring with you

What to bring with you on the day

  • Your previous consultation records.
  • Your cashless policy card and papers.
  • All paperwork given to you for your admission, completed or not
  • A list of all your medications including those that only need to be taken occasionally or bring them all with you
  • A list of all your allergies (if any). Include allergies to medications, food, tapes etc.
  • Any test results relating to your procedure
  • ID Card of the patient

On the day of your procedure

Upon your arrival, our staff will arrange your admission and ensure that your medical history is completed. The nurse will escort you to the pre-admission room where she will check your blood pressure, temperature and obtain a medical history from you. Drops will be instilled into your eyes before the surgery.
The anaesthetist will also see you and check that your general health is adequate for the procedure you are about to have. He will listen to your heart and chest and check all your test results. You will then be taken into the theatre area and your eye will be prepared for surgery. The operation will be performed with a local anaesthetic that is injected into the area around your eye. To ensure your comfort you will be given some anaesthetic or sedation to make you sleep and become drowsy to enable the eye to be anaesthetised.

Please note:

  • YOU MUST NOT DRIVE A VEHICLE OR OPERATE MACHINERY FOR 24 HOURS AFTER YOUR OPERATION
  • DO NOT DRINK ALCOHOL OR SMOKE FOR 24 HOURS
  • A RESPONSIBLE ADULT MUST DRIVE YOU HOME AND STAY WITH YOU FOR 24 HOURS
  • YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO DRIVE YOURSELF HOME
  • WE ADIVSE THAT YOU DO NOT SIGN ANY LEGAL DOCUMENTS WITHIN THE FIRST 24 HOURS

After Your Procedure.

At Home

You may feel some discomfort. Rest for the next 24 hours. Read your discharge instructions carefully and follow them.

Follow up

We wish to maintain these high standards.The Surgeon or a member of the nursing staff might telephone you to check on your progress a few hours after your operation if required. Please feel free to ask any questions you may have.

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If you Have Any Questions Call Us On (+91) 96 43 53 63 73