Ophthalmology

Department of Ophthalmology

NAME:Dr. G. Srinivasan, M.S.,D.O.

EMAIL: kimsophthal@gmail.com

Contact Number :————

Experience :34 years

Publications :International – 10——–National – 8

Area Of Interest

  • Educational and Research

  • Administration

Expertise:

  • Post graduate teaching

  • Medical education and research

Achievements

  • PN Cherian Award winner

NameDesignationQualification Date of Joining
Dr. G. S. SrinivasanProfessorM.S., D.O.06.05.2015
Dr. GnaneswaranProfessorM.S.,01.06.2018
Dr. K. MuruganAssistant ProfessorM.B.B.S., D.O., D.N.B09.08.2018
Dr. G. SusarithaAssistant ProfessorM.B.B.S., D.O., D.N.B14.08.2018
Dr. P. SubashreeAssistant ProfessorM.S.,01.10.2019
Dr Radha Priyadharshini RSenior ResidentM.S.,31.08.2020
Dr. K. KarunakaranJunior ResidentMBBS31.05.2018
Dr. Divya S RajJunior ResidentMBBS31.05.2018
Dr. Fayiqa M.S.Junior ResidentMBBS06.04.2019
Dr. K. VasanthiJunior ResidentMBBS10.05.2019
Dr E SuganyaJunior ResidentMBBS26.08.2020
Dr L DhivyaJunior ResidentMBBS31.07.2020
    

Department of Ophthalmology aims to provide comprehensive quality medical and surgical services to the rural and underserved community. Our eye care services are aligned with changing demands and technology.

Vision:

Working together to provide world class compassionate comprehensive ophthalmic care to the people of our community, to transfer knowledge and skill to future health care professionals and to translate research into novel innovations.

The department comprises of one functional unit offering free ophthalmic consultations, general health check-up and free cataract surgeries under District Blindness Control program since 2008. Daily average OPD is about 80-85 with 12-13 operations (Major and minor) are performed in a day.

We organize regular outreach eye camps in the community where people are screened for eye disease free of cost and referred to hospital if they need surgical intervention or IP care. As institutional social responsibility, every year we screen school children including orphanage schools nearby for refractive error and other eye disorders.  As a part of community training industrial visits are organized to create awareness on eye protection from chemical and other industrial injuries. Blindness prevention awareness programs on glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy for public and hospital staffs is conducted frequently. Eye donation awareness campaign is being done as a mission to motivate people to donate their eyes after death.

The department has necessary teaching learning facilities for undergraduates as well as postgraduates as per MCI norms. The department is running speciality clinics to widen the department profile. Every Friday, a vitreo-retinal surgeon extends his speciality services in between 10 am – 12 pm in Retina Clinic. Other speciality clinic such as cornea clinic, glaucoma clinic & squint clinic are conducted by the experienced faculties of department.

Research aptitude of undergraduates is encouraged by undertaking ICMR-STS project. In last 3 years, two ICMR-STS projects have been accepted from our Department. 

Total number of Publications:  6              International:  5                              National:     1 

 

Sl No.

Publication Title

1

Dyslipidaemia and diabetic retinopathy in a rural population

2

Lipoprotein (a) Levels in diabetic retinopathy

3

A study on the pattern of lipid profile and apolipoproteins in patients with diabetic retinopathy

4

Lipoproteins in diabetic maculopathy

5

Fasting plasma glucose and glycated hemoglobin in the prediction of diabetic retinopathy in a rural population

6

To study the association of HbA1c with retinopathy, neuropathy and high risk foot among diabetic patients attending rural tertiary care hospital of Tamil Nadu, India

 

7

Correlation of visual acuity with fundus fluorescein angiography and optical coherence tomography in diabetic macular edema

 

  1. Inpatient and outpatient services for ophthalmic diseases
  2. Speciality clinics: for Cornea, Retina, Glaucoma, Squint

Sl. No

Name of the Event

Date when organized

Total number of participants

1

CME-2019: Updates in Cornea

26.6.2019

100

2

CME-2018: Common disorders of retina

31.10.2018

105

3

Glaucoma awareness

12.3.2016

300

4

Eye donation rally

3.9.2015

114

5

6

Eye donation fortnight- awareness campaign

CME on Paediatric cataract

25.8.2019-8.9.2019

18.6.2020

105

100

Sl. No.

Name of the Student

PG Guide

Duration

Year of dissertation acceptance

Year of Course completion

1

Dr. Mohamed Abdullah

Dr. G. S. Srinivasan

2017-2020

2019

2020

2

Dr. Deborah Rinita

Dr. G. S. Srinivasan

1 year

2019

2020

Undergraduates: 

Year

No. of students appeared

No. of students passed

Pass %age

2014-15

Feb 2014

88

86

97.72%

Aug 2014

22

22

100%

2015-16

Feb 2015

92

91

98.91%

Aug 2015

5

5

100%

2016-17

Feb 2016

99

91

91.91%

Aug 2016

10

8

80%

2017-18

Feb 2017

101

99

98.01%

2018-19

Feb 2018

99

92

92.92%

Aug 2018

9

9

100%