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Eye Banks in Gujarat

Eye Hospitals, Eye Banks

C.S. Samaria International Red Cross Eye Bank
Dr. Harshdrai Talakashibhai Vora
2, Neelam Park, Sanjay-Sachin Towers Road
Satellite
Ahmedabad 380015
Gujarat
Phone: 7450633

Eye Bank Department of Ophthalmology PGIMS
Pt.B.D. Sharma PGIMS
Rohtak 124001, Haryana
Ahmedbad 380004
Gujarat
Phone: 244536

Indian Red Cross Society
Medical Director
1, Atulya Bhawan, Near C.P.C.
Sarkhej-Gandhi Nagar Highway, Thaltej
Ahmedabad 380054
Gujarat
Phone: 7413333

Indian Red Cross Society
Red Cross Bhawan
Diwanpara Road
Bhavnagar 364001
Gujarat
Phone: 2424761

Khammam Distt. Police Eye Bank
Surat 395007
Gujarat
Phone: 25333

Kashyap Rotary Eye Bank
Baroda 390001
Gujarat
Phone: 236299

Lok Drishti Eye Bank
"Gayatri Hospital', A/26, Rangavdhut Society
Matawadi, L.H. Road
Surat 395001
Gujarat
Phone: 261545232

Lt. Smt. Shardaben M. Shah Eye Bank
Dr. Dixit A.N.
Run By Rotary Club of Patan
Rotary Bhawan, Khetarvasi
Patan 384265
Gujarat

Lions Club of Surat (Mid Town)
Trustee
129/130, Multi Storey Building
Singapuri Ni Wadi
Surat 395002
Gujarat
Phone: 611423

Murshidabad Eye Care and Donation Society
Convenor
39/1, Radhaballav Para Lane
Khagra 742103
West Bengal
Mehsana 384002
Gujarat
Phone: 348252124

Medical Care Centre Trust
Chief Administrator
Children Hospital
Karelibaug, Jalaram Marg
Vadodara 390018
Gujarat
Phone: 2463906

Rotary Eye Institute
Hon. Secretary
Sant Punit Eye Bank
Smt. Lilavatiben Mohanlal Shah (Bilimorawala) Eye Hospital,
Dudhia Tal
Navasari 396445
Gujarat
Phone: 263758931

Red Cross International Eye Bank
Secretary
Indian Red Cross Society
Dholka Branch,
Atulya Bhawan, Sarkhej
Gandhi Nagar Highway
Ahmedabad 380054
Gujarat

R.N.C. Free Eye Hospital Eye Bank
Dr. Paragji Desai Road
Opp-Mamlatdar Office
Valsad 396001
Gujarat M
Phone: 44263

Sameep Eye Hospital and Corneal Centre
Corneal and Anterior Segment Surgeon
Opp-Rajdhani Society
Harni Warasia Ring Road
Vadodara 390006
Gujarat

Samsan Vyausta Samiti Eye Bank Vahivati Committee
C/o. Yashuant C. Khakhar
Grain Market
Jamnagar 361001
Gujarat
Phone: 558854

Vision Care Centre
Dr. Amit J. Mehta
Opp-Amber Cinema
Jamnagar
Jamnagar, Gujarat
Phone: 551519

V.G. Sapovadia Netraraksha Charitable Trust
C/o. Netradeep Eye Hospital (P) Ltd.
Kanak Road, B/h-Bus Station
Rajkot 360001
Gujarat
Phone: 225190

V.T. Thakur Memorial Lions Eye Bank
At-Chalthan
Chalthan-Post 394305
Gujarat
Phone: 846822646

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