Disha Eye Hospitals

Disha Eye Hospitals

Durgapur, West Bengal
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Disha Eye Hospitals

Whenever we think of eye care, we either picture a heavily draped, state of the art hospital or the other extreme, a charitable organisation for the poor. The Common Man, with his handful of money and heart full of pride, fits nowhere. Disha Eye Hospitals, a Private Limited Companionship of 4 doctor friends, began on the 1st of May 1997 in the small town of Barrackpore with one aim and one aim only. To provide quality eye care respecting everyone's ability to pay.


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Board of Directors

Board of Directors
Dr. Debasish Bhattacharya
(Director, Systems and Academics)
"The greatest thing I admire about Debasishda is his ability to innovate with existing resources. He is so lucid as if he can visualize what is to come next and he is there before that. The other thing is his execution. He leads from the front with innovative positiveness which turns concepts upside down.
Tusharda is the epitome of application and hard work. His workaholism penetrates very deep into the organisation."
Dr. Samar K Basak
(Director, Systems and Academics)
Dr. Samar Basak will fight to win any and every battle. His application to science, documentation and publication has created a new high in Disha for others to compete with. We are extremely lucky to have the best merit of West Bengal working with us in the next generation. I know that we are in safe hands. My goal is a happy organization, happy doctors and happy staff because only they can make happy patients".
Dr. Tushar K Hazra
(Director, Human Resource and Administration)
"Debasishda paints the canvas so honestly that it becomes really big. Given a chance everybody would be honest and he always has many honest opinions.
What I learn from Samar everyday is his disciplined respect to time. His admirable obsession to time keeps the system flowing with a spot on time performance. This alone helps to drive away the many flaws that deter any system."

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Our Vision

Our Vision
  • Technology innovations in the superlative.
  • From vision rehabilitation to vision enhancement.
  • From palliation to restoration of useful sight.
  • From blinding aftermaths to early detection and prevention.
  • The path forwards is not always easy...
  • It is not capacity building but an invitation towards healthy and more efficient vision for all.
  • A difficult area because it is not a dis-ease.
  • Dis-ease is what brings the patient to us.
  • So we have to search for pre- disease so that we can prevent it or detect and treat it before too much damage has occured so as to prevent any deterioration.
  • We have to propose vision enhancement to an outwardly normal community.
  • Spread via word of mouth is becoming a weaker tool with the newer options of urbanization.
  • We have started living in a nuclear family in a bigger world.
  • The way forward is mass communication- via information marketing.
  • Affordability despite the growing economy is changing and percolating deep down.
  • There is every reason to evaluate affordability every day.
  • People are becoming more used to brighter, friendlier hospitals who offer treatment with Hospitality rather than the older hospitals where the success of treatment was more uncertain.
  • Our previous success stories should not prevent us from underestimating the community’s ability to pay.
  • Time is definitely becoming more unaffordable.
  • We must reach everyone via our media communications.
  • Outreach care is becoming a very important component.
  • Quality is central to the future areas of vision enhancement and prevention because we are not always treating frank disease but often tinkering on apparently healthy eyes to keep them healthier in the long run.
  • The stakes are high and the rewards excellent but there is absolutely no room for error.
  • We have to be right each and every time.
  • Mass communication and mass- scale technology extravaganzas have the connotation of ‘hype’. ‘A hype’ to sell and profit which is quite prevalent in today’s corporate world where the media plans to overtake factories.
  • Though money can buy many things nowadays, we should not sell health care at a premium price. We prefer to pay for better options but we understand that we cannot buy “good health”.
  • As the insurance sector treats health as an unplanned expenditure and converts this into a planned one, they will do well to the community and to themselves, but if they try to become financial managers of the health industry, they will lose that trust from all sides.
  • The name of “The largest eye care hospital in the East” confers upon us the greatest responsibility. We have to see that we take the right steps in all respects- innovations, the media and outreach so that we can give the best service to our community.
  • I am sure, a happy organization, committed to honestly earning resources and propagating them in the right ‘Disha’ can always do this efficiently!

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Reach Us


Disha Eye Hospitals RD 100, Palasdiha, Opposite Durgapur City Centre, close to Durgapur Main Bus Stand,
Durgapur-713208, West Bengal, India

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