Contact person name:Dr. Col.(Retd.) Madan Deshpande
Contact no.: 09822044909
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|Sr. No||Photo||Name||MCI/STATE Registration No.||Qualification||Teaching Experience||1||Dr. Col. (Retd.) Madan Deshpande||21923||MBBS, DOMS, MS||47 years||2||Dr. Rahul Deshpande||73366||MBBS, DOMS, DNB||22 years||3||Dr. Sucheta Kulkarni||075980||MBBS, DOMS, DNB||22 years||4||Dr.Kuldeep Dole||81867||MBBS,MS||16 years||5||Dr. Vidya Chelerkar||2012051030||MBBS, MS, DNB||23 years||6||Dr. Kalyani VKS||2012051029||MBBS, MS, DNB||24 years||7||Dr. Khurshed Bharucha||2018/05/2181||MBBS, MS||24 years|
PBMA’s H. V. Desai Eye Hospital is recognized by College of Physicians & Surgeons, Mumbai for running DOMS course.
Each year we take candidates as per seats allotted by CPS.
The admission is centralised.
Eligibility: M.B.B.S. from MCI recognized college
|Sr. No||Candidate||Merit / Institutional||Joined/ Not Joined||Joined date|
|1||Dr. Priyanka P Kour||Institutional||Joined||23.08.2019|
|2||Dr. Jehangirji Kurush Rohinton||Institutional||Joined||23.09.2019|
|3||Dr. Gandhi Akshay Manoj||Institutional||Joined||25.09.2019|
|4||Dr. Rewanwar Krutika Umesh||Institutional||Joined||7.10.2019|
|5||Dr. Gulipalli Sukesh||Institutional||Joined||25.09.2020|
|6||Dr. Magdum Aniket Tatyaso||Institutional||Joined||25.09.2020|
|7||Dr. Gopal Parihar||Institutional||Joined||25.09.2020|
|8||Dr. Sarode Mugdha Anil||Institutional||Joined||26.09.2020|
1.The ORNATE India Project: United Kingdom-India Research Collaboration to tackle visual impairment due to diabetic retinopathy. Eye (Lond) 2020 Jul;34(7):1279-1286
2. A clinical study to assess feasibility, acceptance, and outcome of multifocal intraocular lens in patients with bilateral immature cataract at a tertiary eye care institute. IJO Year 2020 volume 68 Issue: 11
3. Assessment of psychosocial impact of primary glaucoma and its effect on quality of life of patients in Western India. IJO Year 2020 volume 68 Issue: 11
4. Management of ocular surface squamous neoplasia extending up to a filtering trabeculectomy bleb. IJO Year 2020 volume 68 Issue: 11
5. A clinical study to assess feasibility, acceptance, and outcome of multifocal intraocular lens in patients with bilateral immature cataract at a tertiary eye care institute. IJO Year 2020 volume 68 Issue: 11
6. Evaluation of skills transfer in short term phacoemulsification surgery training program by International Council of Ophthalmology -Ophthalmology Surgical Competency Assessment Rubrics (ICO-OSCAR) and assessment of efficacy of ICO OSCAR for objective evaluation of skills transfer. Year : 2020 Volume : 68 Issue : 8
7. Eyelid Lesion as a Presenting Sign of Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma, Ophthalmic Plast Reconstr Surg,2020 Apr 23
8. Retinopathy of prematurity: Maharashtra state model. IJO Vol 68, Issue 13, Feb 2020.
9. Primary eye care in India – The vision center model. IJO Vol 68, Issue 2, Feb. 2020.
10. Intrastromal voriconazole: An adjuvant approach for recalcitrant mycotic keratitis. IJO Vol 68, Issue 1, Jan 2020.
11. Global Retinoblastoma Study Group et al. “Global Retinoblastoma Presentation and Analysis by National Income Level.” JAMA oncology, e196716. 27 Feb. 2020,
|Sr. No.||Date/Month||Name of meeting Topic of paper presentation/Poster||Type of meet||Name of faculty||Photo|
|1||Feb. 2018||Presentation ‘Anti VEGF in ROP at iROP.’||AIOS (National)||Dr. Sucheta Kulkarni|
|2||Feb. 2018||Presentation ‘ETROP type 2 cases: how to manage?.’||AIOS (National)||Dr. Sucheta Kulkarni|
|3||Feb. 2018||Free paper ‘Socioeconomic status and severe ROP.’||AIOS (National)||Dr. Sucheta Kulkarni|
|4||Feb. 2018||Paper ‘Blinding ROP in Maharashtra: characteristics of children and reasons for blindness.||AIOS (National)||Dr. Sucheta Kulkarni|
|5||Feb. 2018||Poster- ‘Impact of ROP blindness.’||AIOS (National)||Dr. Sucheta Kulkarni|
|6||June 2018.||Free paper ‘Challenges in Management of Post Keratoplasty Glaucoma.’||World Ophthalmology Congress held at Barcelona.(International)||Dr. Vidya Chelerkar|
|7||June 2018.||Free paper ‘Challenges in Management of Post Keratoplasty Glaucoma.’||World Ophthalmology Congress held at Barcelona.(International)||Dr. Vidya Chelerkar|
|8||21 July 2018||Paper ‘Evaluation of Clinical Outcome of Toric Intraocular Lenses’.||APARCS Chang Mai 2018 Thiland. (International)||Dr. Kuldeep Dole|
|9||5 Aug. 2018.||Presentation ‘ epiphora on a symposium on oculoplasty and Ocular Oncology.||Symposium on oculoplasty and Ocular Oncology. (Regional)||Dr. Rahul Deshpande|
|10||Sep. 2018.||Presentation ‘Management of ectropion’.||Annual oculoplastics association of India. (State)||Dr. Rahul Deshpande|
|11||Sep. 2018.||Poster ‘Early detection of Glaucoma by evaluation of ganglion cell layer analysis and retinal nerve fiber layer’.||Glaucoma society of India conference. (State).||Dr. Kalynai VKS|
|12||Oct. 2018.||Presentation on ‘Role of Neuroimaging in orbital diseases’.||Maharashtra Ophthalmology Society’s 38th annual conference.(State )||Dr. Rahul Deshpande|
|13||Oct.2018||Free paper ‘Habilitation of Children Blind from Retinopathy of Prematurity: Beliefs and Practices in Maharashtra.’||Maharashtra Ophthalmology Society’s 38th annual conference.(State )||Dr. Sucheta Kulkarni|
|14||Oct.2018||Free paper ‘Natural history of retinal maturation in preterm infants with and without retinopathy of prematurity’.||Maharashtra Ophthalmology Society’s 38th annual conference.(State )||Dr. Sucheta Kulkarni|
|15||Oct. 2018||Free paper ‘Postoperative Visual Outcome, Quality Of Vision After Implantation Of Premium And Non Premium IOLs’.||Maharashtra Ophthalmology Society’s 38th annual conference. (State)||Dr. Kuldeep Dole|
|16||Oct.2018||Free paper ‘Change in the Quality Of Life after Lasik Using the Nei-Vfq 25 in Myopic Population in Maharashtra’.||Maharashtra Ophthalmology Society’s 38th annual conference. (State)||Dr.Sheetal Dharmadhikari|
|17||Oct.2018||Presentation ‘PACG Suspect: How to proceed’.||Maharashtra Ophthalmology Society’s 38th annual conference. (State)||Dr. Vidya Chelerkar|
|18||Dec. 2018||Presentation ‘SICS surgery need of training in India’.||Annual conference of POS on 9th Dec 2018. (Regional)||Dr. Kuldeep Dole|
|19||Feb. 2019||E-poster ‘Comparison of the Effect on Higher Order Aberrations of Aspheric & Spherical IOL’s Postoperatively’.||AIOS (National)||Dr. Rahul Deshpande|
|21||Feb. 2019||Presentation ‘Low Vision Aids community based approach’.||AIOS (National)||Dr. Rahul Deshpande|
|22||Feb. 2019||Poster ‘Blinding Retinopathy of Prematurity in Western India: A Quantitative Study’.||AIOS (National)||Dr.Sucheta Kulkarni|
|23||Feb. 2019||Free paper ‘ Natural History of Retinal maturation in infants with and without Retinopathy of Prematurity’.||AIOS (National)||Dr. Sucheta Kulkarni|
|24||Feb. 2019||Free paper Free paper ‘Magnitude of Diabetes Mellitus and Diabetic Retinopathy in Pune’.||AIOS (National)||Dr. Sucheta Kulkarni|
|25||Feb. 2019||Presentation ‘Potential litigation touch points in ROP care’.||AIOS (National)||Dr. Sucheta Kulkarni|
|26||Feb. 2019||E-poster ‘Comparison of visual and quality of vision outcomes after implantation of various IOLS’.||AIOS (National)||Dr. Kuldeep Dole|
|27||Feb. 2019||E-Poster ‘To Compare the Postoperative Visual Outcome After Implantation of Various Toric Intraocular Lenses’||AIOS (National)||Dr. Kuldeep Dole|
|28||Feb. 2019||Free paper ‘Evaluation Of Skill Transfer in Short Term (1 Month) Phacoemulsification Training Program by Ico-Oscar’.||AIOS (National)||Dr. Khrushed Bharucha|
|29||April 2019||Presented paper ‘ Natural history of retinal maturation in Asian Indian preterm infants with and without retinopathy of prematurity’.||ARVO 2019 Annual Meeting, Vancouver.(International)||Dr. Sucheta Kulkarni|
|30||8 June 2019||Presentation ‘Certificate course in Diabetic Retinopathy’.||VISION 2020: The Right to Sight – INDIA 15th Annual Conference (National).||Dr. Kuldeep Dole|
|31||8 June 2019||Presentation ‘ROP screening at community level’.||VISION 2020: The Right to Sight – INDIA 15th Annual Conference (National).||Dr. Kuldeep Dole|
|32||July 2019||Presentation ‘Approach to angle Closure glaucoma’.||Eye India (Regional)||Dr. Vidya Chelerkar|
|33||July 2019||Presentation on ‘Anti VEGF in ROP’.||Eye India (Regional)||Dr. Sucheta Kulkarni|
|34||July 2019||Presentation on ‘Tips for clinical assessment of glaucoma’.||Eye India (Regional)||Dr. Kalyani VKS|
|35||Aug. 2019||Key note: Basic guidelines to eyelid tear repair.||Bombay Ophthalmology Society (State).||Dr. Rahul Dehspande|
|36||Aug. 2019||Presentation on ‘Low Visual Aids’.||Bombay Ophthalmology Society (State).||Dr. Rahul Deshpande|
|37||Aug. 2019||Presentation on ‘Laser therapy for Retinopathy of Prematurity: Do’s and Don’ts’.||Bombay Ophthalmology Society (State).||Dr. Sucheta Kulkarni|
|38||Aug. 2019||Presentation on ‘Anti VEGF injections in Retinopathy of Prematurity: Evidence based Approach’.||Bombay Ophthalmology Society (State).||Dr. Sucheta Kulkarni|
|39||Sep. 2019||Presentation ‘Enucleation today’.||30th Annual Conferences of oculoplastics Association of India. (National||Dr. Rahul Deshpande|
|40||Oct. 2019||Free paper ‘Rct To Compare Post-Operative Outcome In Cataract Surgeries: Single Vs Multiple Visit’.||MOSCON (State)||Dr. Rahul Deshpande|
|41||Oct. 2019||Presentation ‘ Eyelid Trauma’.||MOSCON (State)||Dr. Rahul Deshpande|
|42||Oct. 2019||Presentation ‘External And Endoscopic DCR’.||MOSCON (State)||Dr. Rahul Deshpande|
|42||Oct. 2019||Presentation ‘Imaging In Orbital Disease.’||MOSCON (State)||Dr. Rahul Deshpande|
|43||8-12 November 2019||Poster on ‘Phacoemulsification surgery skill transfer –Progress and proficiency. Our Experience with ICO-OSCAR rubrics ’||51st Annual Scientific Congress of the Royal Australian and New Zealand college of Ophthalmologists (International)||Dr. K.M. Bharucha|
|44||Dec 2019||Presentation ‘Performing Successful DCR Surgery’||12 Annual conference of Poona ophthalmology society, Pune. (Regional)||Dr. Rahul Deshpande|
All Faculties and PG students had attended “Eye Indian conference” held at PBMA’s H. V. Desai Eye Hospital on 13th & 14th July 2019.
|01.04.2021||Thursday||Case/ Seminar||Dr. Kalyani / Dr. Varsha||Closed Globe Injury|
|02.04.2021||Friday||Case/ Seminar||Dr. Reshma / Dr. Sonal C.||Anophthalmic socket|
|06.04.2021||Tuesday||Seminar||Dr. Mugdha / Mrs. Mariyam C.||GLow vision AIDS||007.04.2021||Wednesday||Case/ Seminar||Dr. Akshay Dr. Ashwini Sonawane||Retino Schisis|
|08.04.2021||Thursday||Seminar||Dr. Krutika / Dr. Bharucha||Dyes in Ophthalmology|
|16.04.2021||Friday||Case/ Seminar||Dr. Kurush Dr. Sonal c.||Orbitotomy|
|20.04.2021||Tuesdayy||Seminar||Dr. Rasika /Dr. kalyani||Perimetry|
|21.04.2021||Wednesday||Case/ Seminar||Dr. Roshni / Dr. Hema Joshi||Lamellar Keratoplasty|
|22.04.2021||Thursday||Seminar||Dr. Pranjali /Dr. Beke||GBlonic Eye|
|27.04.2021||Tuesday||Case/ Seminar||Dr. Veena /Dr. Rashmi||Phacomatosis|
|28.04.2021||Wednesday||Faculty Lect||Dr. Amol Hartalkar|
|29.04.2021||Thursday||Case/ Seminar||Dr. Sneha /Dr. shilpa Joshi||PPBK|
Our motto is ‘We Reach out and Care‘and through our community outreach department, we are instrumental in reaching out to the poor and needy people under the guidance of Dr. Col.(Retd.) Madan Deshpande.
A community Ophthalmology department of HVDEH is planning and organizing outreach activity. Community department staff under the guidance of Col. Dr. V. P. Andurkar is instrumental in organizing this activity in 11 districts of Maharashtra (Pune, Solapur, Satara, Osmanabad, Nagar, Aurangabad, Beed, Jalna, Kolhapur, Ratnagiri and Raighad).During the year 2019 total of 162702 patients were screened through 1095 camps after traveling 4,58,564 kilometres. Total 16864 patients were operated for free.
In this endeavour vehicle department is also working all through the year without a break. In addition to the camps a fixed facility outreach activity is organized at Alandi (Pune), Panchgani (Satara), Wai (Satara), Kalamb (Osmanabad), Sangamner (Nagar), Phalthan (Satara) and Shevgaon (Nagar), for rural populations and for city areas primary eye care clinics are being operated at Raviwar Peth, Kumar OPD unwieldy.
PBMA’s H. V. Desai Eye Hospital has done camps in various districts.
Performance : April 2019 to Mar 2021
|District Name||Total Camps||No. Patients screened at Camp Site||Total No. of Cataract case operated free of cost|
• Dr. Col (Retd.) Madan Deshpande, Chief Medical Director of PBMA’s H. V. Desai Eye Hospital awarded Dr. Sri Ganesh Oration Award by Karnataka Ophthalmic Society for service to the society, contributions to ophthalmic fraternity and having served at National level for Community Ophthalmology.
• Dr. Col (Retd.) Madan Deshpande awarded as “Ophthalaurel” on 28 th July 2018 for his vast experience and dedication to specialty of ophthalmology and the tremendous contribution you have made to Indian Ophthalmology by the “Ophthaquest” – an Academic body that has keen interest in Academics and sharing knowledge on Ophthalmology.
• Dr. Sonal Chaugule received M Subrahmanyam Best Paper award from the Chief Minister of Assam at OPAI Guwahati! 06.09.2019.• Dr. Ushma Vora and Dr. Anannya Abhyankar. (Final year- Primary DNB
Residents) won the Grand Rounds (PG Case Presentation) Competition held at LVPEI Hyderabad, during the Eye PEP programme. Dr. Ushma won the First prize and Dr. Anannya stood 5th in the same.
Clinical material per unit:
1. OPD – Average per day – 300
2. IPD – Average Bed Occupancy – 80 %
3. Major operations: Average per day – 90-100
4. Minor operations: Average per day – 10-15
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