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Medical Tourism in India has got a big boost because of eye care and surgery which is well known and accepted worldwide. Since, eye care and treatment in India is well known for its world class international standards and latest procedure in minimal incision surgeries. Refractive surgery is gaining popularity in India and abroad, both among the public and ophthalmologists. This treatment and surgery have seen a lot of medical tourists coming to India

Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital (AJEH) was established on 1st August 1990. The hospital is in a central location of Mumbai - "Wadala". "A state-of-the-art centre for Total Eye Care under one roof". All eye disorders including the most complicated ones are treated here with utmost precision and good success rate. AJEHPL has cutting-edge facilities both for basic and advanced diagnostic tests and surgeries. The hospital ensures best quality total eye care for all the patients and is one of the pioneers for introducing the latest technologies of eye care in India.

AJEH has a long tradition of serving international patients. We get patients from ALL OVER THE WORLD. AJEH treats patients with Eye Disorders from throughout India, USA, UK , Australia Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, East Africa, and Middle East. Till date thousands of foreign patients are been treated in our hospital. We also provide corporate services for a large number of multinational clients. Our experienced guest relations team is adept in working with patients from different backgrounds and ensures that the international patient will find a home away from home.


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Our International Patients Centre

Our International Patients Centre has been set up to provide single window assistance for all your needs, be it your travel arrangements, accommodation, medical referrals/appointment, or your recuperation and holiday packages.


Language Interpreter services are available and we spare no effort in communicating with you in your language of comfort.


Our International desk will facilitate your travel, visa, board, tours & foreign exchange.

Medical Visa:

The Indian Government has started issuing a Medical Visa for tourists who come to India for medical treatment. This visa is valid for a year or the period of treatment, whichever is less, and can be extended by another year. The medical visa enables a tourist to travel to India up to three times in one year. Two family members or attendants can also accompany a patient on a medical visa. Based on the Indian Embassy's assessment of the patients needs, family members or attendants can be granted a visa, in association with the patient's medical visa.

Hotel and Accommodation:

In addition to, well-appointed patient rooms, AJEH has on its panel comfortable 3, 4 & 5 star hotels with excellent rooms and suites to suit your taste and budget.

Call us or mail us for further information:
Contact Detail : Mr.Joseph Thomas - +91 9819997978

Fax No's : +91 22 24177654

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  1. How do I schedule a medical appointment with a specialist at Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital?

    Ans: You or your attendant can contact the Relationship Manager at our International Patient Services. via telephone, fax, email or letter.
  2. When making a medical appointment what information must I provide?

    Ans: You must provide all relevant information on your medical condition, including scans, medical history, current medication etc. If you have been referred to AJEH by a doctor in your home country, please carry the contact details of the doctor.
  3. Without a referral from my local doctor, can I seek an appointment with a specialist at AJEH?

    Ans: Yes. You can contact us directly, with details of your medical history and the treatment sought. Our International Patient Services Coordinator will recommend and schedule an appointment for you with the appropriate specialist.
  4. Will someone guide me on the duration and cost of treatment?

    Ans: Definitely. Once you have consulted the appropriate specialist, our Relationship Manager will give you a complete plan on the approximate length of stay at the hospital and the total cost of the treatment, along with the necessary pre/post treatment care.
  5. How complicated and time drawn are the visa formalities?

    Ans: It is just like obtaining a visa for any regular travel purpose. However, if your treatment requires frequent visits, you may opt for a multiple entry visa for which you need a letter from the hospital.
  6. I do not speak English and am not conversant with the native Indian Languages. How do I communicate with the doctor?

    Ans: Our Relationship Manager will organize the services of a language interpreter who will be with you during all medical interactions and will help you to communicate effectively.
  7. If my family is accompanying me, where can they stay?

    Ans: You can keep our Relationship Manager informed and the necessary hotel accommodation arrangements can be made based on your budget.
  8. Who will be responsible for my stay at AJEH and who can be reached for assistance?

    Ans: At AJEH, your primary consultant and nursing team will be responsible for all your medical requirements whereas all your non medical requirements will be met by our Patient Coordinator.
  9. In my VISA, I can see 'FRRO required within 14 days of arrival'. What does this mean and how should I go about it?

    Ans: FRRO stands for Foreigners Regional Registration Office and this is required if your are travelling for a medical requirement and your VISA type is 'M' which means 'Medical'. This VISA gives you multiple entries and provides you a longer stay in India. Our Patient Service coordinators will do the processing for your registration and you will just need to follow their instruction on the same.
  10. What are the formalities and will I get a copy of all my investigation reports?

    Ans: Your primary consultant will inform you of your discharge data. At the time of discharge your nurse will detail you on the treatment / surgery that you have follow-up requirements if any and finally will handover all your medical investigation reports, scan images, the list of medicines & Case Summary.