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It is always a privilege to be of service to the community. And yesterday we got that opportunity when we collaborated with +Lions Clubs International of Shillong who organized a Mega Free Eye Check-Up Screening Camp.

Held in Upper Lumparing​, Shillong, many patients benefited from the camp thanks to the service provided by our dedicated team and initiative taken by Lions Club.
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We were part of an Eye Screening Camp held in Lumshnong, East Jaintia Hills District, during the past 3 days.
Organized by the CSR Team of Star Cement Meghalaya on 6-7 February, our team catered to patients suffering from eye-related issues.
Many people of the region benefited & we thank Star Cement for taking this initiative πŸ‘
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The season of Christmas is upon us & it is a matter of a few days before the dawn of a New Year.

We would like to take this time to express our heartfelt gratitude & appreciation to all our supporters.
On behalf of our staffs, we wish you a "Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year ahead!"
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Some were surprised when our OPD timing yesterday was curtailed from 10 am to 2 pm.
Now, why did that happen?

Well, with 5 days to go before Christmas, our staffs & students had a "Pre-Christmas Celebration" πŸŽ„
With music, songs, gifts & good food, the event rekindled the spirit of giving & sharing.
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The improvement in our Vision Center at Mawkyrwat (South West Khasi Hills District), Meghalaya, aided us to reach many people of the region who were deprived of eye care.

With a motto of 'I Care for Eye Care', we look forth to serving our patients to ensure that they receive timely treatment with the right care.
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It has been 5 months since the up-gradation of our Vision Center in Mawkyrwat, Meghalaya.

With the improved infrastructure and service, many patients benefited of which Mrs. E. Mawlein is one.

She successfully underwent a surgery in our hospital today and shared her experience.
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Yesterday celebrating +World Diabetes Day, 14 November, saw a good turn out with more than 150 participants partaking in the Global Diabetes Walk.
With our Chief Guest & SP of West Jaintia Hills, Shri Vivek Syiem, gracing the occasion, the event was met with much fanfare.

Braving the cold morning, participants began the walk from Jrisalein ground which ultimately culminated at Marian Hill Higher Secondary School playground.
In our quest to curb diabetes, the walk achieved its objective of spreading awareness to the general public.
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India is considered as the "Diabetes Capital of the world" with as many as 50 million people suffering from Type-2 diabetes.

Not many are aware that Diabetes can cause blindness if not detected early.
Hence, to raise awareness we will observe a Global Diabetes Walk on the 14 November 2017 in Jowai (Meghalaya), India.
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A Canadian model is warning people not to risk getting an eye tattoo after a botched procedure rendered her partially blind.

She urged people to undergo a comprehensive research on the procedure before considering it.
We pray and hope that she recovers from this incident.

Warning: Some may find the images in the article disturbing.
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Representing Operation Eyesight Universal, India, Mr. Shyamanta's visit to our Hospital and Vision Centre at Mawkyrwat was a good learning experience for our team.

We are grateful for their support & appreciate the hard work of our dedicated team of Optometrists, Field Coordinator, Community Health Workers & others associated with the project.
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