A Sight to Behold

Varadarajan, Nitya
June 2008
Business Today;6/1/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p108
The article profiles Sankara Nethralaya, an eye institution located in Chennai, India. The goal of this institution consists of four objectives. These are patient care, community service, education/training, and research. The most important service that the institution offers is tele-ophthalmology through five mobile vans operating in villages such as Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.


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