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Charitable Clinic

Every Tuesday, Every Friday 12.00 Noon to 2:00pm
- Token Registration ₹ 10/- (goes into the charity collection Box)
- Consultation Fee ₹ 0/-
- Other Tests & Surgeries : Subsidised / free (depends from patient to patient)

* Terms & Conditions Apply

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Free Eye Check Up Day

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In keeping up with our social responsibility, we at Dr Shamsher Singh Eye Hospital, through Dr Shamsher Singh Charitable Trust (Regd), are holding a Free Eye Check-up day. Medicines shall be given free in most cases. We’ll be concentrating more on looking for diseases like Glaucoma (kala motia) and Eye Complications of Diabetes (Diabetic Retinopathy). These disease take long to cause symptoms and there lies the reason why the can be disastrous and can cause irreversible blindness.  Patients who need cataract surgery shall also be picked up. The surgery shall be on no financial profit basis. Those who can’t afford, even free surgeries shall be done in case to case basis

Dr Sarbjit Singh


Late Dr Shamsher Singh’s Birth Anniversary 

Today happens to be Late Dr Shamsher Singh’s birthday. This picture was taken on a day he was doing a free eye camp in Ludhiana. There was a Rotary function on the same day in Ludhiana. When mother Teresa found out about it, she asked to meet the doctor who was doing the free service and she came to visit the camp site to meet the doctor. On her left is Late BrijMohan Munjal, the one who started Hero Cycles and later the Hero Group. (Dr Shamsher Singh, with a white turban, is on the left in the picture)

Dr Sarbjit Singh 


Inauguration of Padam Shri Dr Daljit Singh Hall

DrShamsherDrDaljit SinghInauguration of Padam Shri Dr Daljit Singh Hall

On Sunday the 7th August 2016,  at Dr Shamsher Singh Eye Hospital, Khanna (Punjab)(India), a lecture cum conference hall dedicated and named after Padam Shri Dr Daljit Singh of Daljit Singh Eye Hospital, Amritsar was inaugurated.

Dr Ranbir Singh inaugurating the hallDr Ranbir Singh of Apex Hospital Jalandhar cut the ribbon on the occasion. Dr Harleen Kaur of Apex Hospital, Jalandhar lighted the ceremonial lamp. Professor TL Bahiya, Professor KK Sharma, Principal KS Jhanji, Advocate JK Verma, Dr Ajit Singh, Professor Darshan Singh, Advocate Manjit Singh Sahota, Dr NS Sodhi and Dr Harmeet Singh Sodhi spoke on the occasion.

Dr Sarbjit Singh of Dr Shamsher Singh Eye hospital gave a presentation on the purpose of the lecture cum conference Dr Harleen Kaur with Dr Sarbjit Singhhall. He talked about the importance of educating the general public in matters of health issues in general and eye conditions in particular. He emphasised the need to reach out to the general public to explain about preventive eye checkups specially for irreversible blinding eye diseases like diabetic retinopathy and Glaucoma (kala motia)

Dr Sarbjit Singh further said that Dr Daljit Singh hall shall be used for interactive sessions about health related issues with groups of people from various walks of life e.g. Teachers , lawyers, employees of the municipal
committee Khanna, pharmacists, opticians etc. The hall shall also Dr Sarbjit Singhbe used for Continuing Medical Education programs (CME) for health care professionals and for teaching students of 1 year diploma in Ophthalmic technician course provided by Dr Shamsher Singh Eye Hospital.

At the end of the function, Dr C.M. Singh, on behalf of the staff and administration thanked all who spared their valuable time to join in on the inaugural ceremony.


Ms Sharon Dhillon Hospital Admin                                                              Dr CM Singh
Ms Sherinderjit Kaur Hospital Admin
Mr Shamcharanjit Singh Hospital Admin


Follow These Six Easy Tips for Eye Health |


Follow These Six Easy Tips for Eye Health


  1. See Your Doctor Regularly
  2. Protect Your Eyes
  3. Eat Well To Protect Your Eyesight
  4. Using Computers? Follow 20-20-20 Rule
  5. Say No to Smoking
  6. Keep your Mind and Body Healthy

* 20-20-20 Rule : After using computers for 20 minutes, look at a distance beyond 20 feet for 20 seconds
Dr Shamsher Singh Eye Hospital
Khanna Punjab India


Happy Independence Day | Discounts

dsseh-logoHappy Independence Day 

Indian FlagWishing all Indians a very happy 69th Independence Day. On this occasion DSSEH announces discounts on eye surgeries to be done from August 15,2015 till August 31,2015. Call +91 1628 507079 from 9:00am till 2:00pm for details.

Dr Sarbjit Singh


Addition of “Centurion” Phacoemulsification Vision System

Addition of “Centurion” Phacoemulsification Vision System

Keeping with our endeavour to provide the latest innovations in ophthalmology to our patients we have started using the ALCON Centurion Vision Phacoemulsification System for cataract removal and intra-ocular lens implantaion. We are committed to move “Forwards  & Upwards” in the field of Ophthalmology.

Centurion Vision System Phaco


3D OCT, FFA & Fundus Photography

3D OCT, FFA & Fundus Photography

3D-OCT-FFA-Fundus Photography


A New Elevator Added

dsseh-logoA new elevator / lift is now functional in the hospital. This allows us to extend out OPD to other floors as well. The retina department and diagnostics are now shifted to the basement which has been redone for the purpose. Hopefully this reorganization shall make the hospital functioning more efficient.

Elevator Inauguration

Dr Sarbjit Singh


Dry Eye Syndrome | DSSEH

Dry Eye Syndrome

Dry Eye Syndrome (keratoconjunctivitis sicca) occurs when the tear glands do not make enough tears or when too many tears evaporate from the surface of your eye. This causes your eyes to feel itchy, scratchy, and irritated. It is more common in older adults and in those with autoimmune diseases, such as arthritis.

Wearing contact lenses may increase your risk for dry eye syndrome. Dry eyes also may be caused by certain medicines, such as antidepressants, antihistamines, and diuretics.

To help soothe your dry eyes, you can try an over-the-counter lubricant eye drop (artificial tears solution), Refresh Tears or Systane. You can also try to blink a lot, limit your time in air-conditioned or heated rooms, and use a humidifier in rooms where you spend a lot of time.

If you’ve used artificial tears for a few days and they don’t seem to be helping, call your doctor. Excessive dryness can damage your eyes. And your doctor may recommend other treatments, including:

  • Prescription eyedrops, such as cyclosporine.
  • Punctal occlusion, in which the eye doctor inserts a plug to block your tear drainage system. It helps preserve the natural tears on the surface of your eye.
  • An omega-3 fatty acid supplement.


Eye Fatigue

Eye Fatigue 

Eye fatigue or eye strain is a common and annoying condition. The symptoms include tired, itching, and burning eyes.

Eye fatigue is rarely a serious condition. Common sense precautions at home, work, and outdoors may help prevent or reduce eye fatigue.

But sometimes eye fatigue is a sign of an underlying condition that may need medical treatment. If eye fatigue persists despite taking simple precautions, see your doctor. This is especially important if your eye fatigue is associated with headaches or with eye problems such as:

  • Discomfort
  • Double vision
  • Significant change in vision
Causes of Eye Fatigue

Any activity that requires intense use of the eyes — such as extended amounts of driving or reading — can cause eye fatigue. These include extended periods of:

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Driving

Exposure to bright light or straining to see in dim light can also cause eye fatigue.

One of the most common causes of eye fatigue is staring for long periods at digital devices such as:

  • Computer screens
  • Smartphones
  • Video games

This type of eye fatigue or eye strain Continue reading Eye Fatigue