CSR has become increasingly prominent in Maxivision Eye Hospitals, because we have realised that besides growing our businesses it is also vital to build trustworthy and sustainable relationships with the community at large.

Though India is one of the fastest growing economies, socio-economic problems like poverty, illiteracy, lack of healthcare etc. are still abundant and the government has limited resources to tackle these challenges.

At Maxivision Eye Hospitals, we believe that access to quality healthcare is a right, not a privilege. Our endeavour is to ensure the availability of world class, quality treatment and surgical procedures at affordable prices.

Serving the less privileged

Maxivision Eye Hospitals launched a countrywide social initiative - the Kasu Vengala Reddy Memorial Trust, in memory and honour of the late father of Dr. K. P. Reddy. The Trust helps restore eyesight for visually challenged people from the economically weaker sections of the society.

  • Maxivision treats all eye diseases including cataract and bears all costs related to the treatment.
  • Kasu Vengala Reddy Memorial Trust regularly conducts 100% FREE eye camps in the rural and underprivileged areas for early identification of treatable and preventable blindness.
  • The Trust distributes free eye-glasses and medicines for the deprived.
  • To help underprivileged children the Trust provides educational books and pays school fees.
  • The Trust also creates jobs for the poor.

We at Maxivision have brightened up the lives of over 30,000 people so far, conducting different surgeries, providing eye glasses and medicines free of cost.

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