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About Mukesh Joshi
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Entries by Mukesh Joshi
The East African Diabetes Study Group Congress 14th -18th March 2016 Dar es Salaam , Guest speaker Dr Mukesh Joshi. Presentation on Diabetes and Eyes; Status of Care in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Dr. Mukesh Joshi presented a paper on “Keratoconus and the modern management of Keratoconus” at the COECSA Congress in Arusha, Tanzania. Laser Eye Centre also exhibited their services at the COECSA Congress 24th August -27th August 2016
For the first time in its 85 year history, the Rotary Club of Nairobi and Dr. Mukesh Joshi were awarded with the Rotary International Significant Achievement Award in recognition of their Kenya Rural Blindness Eradication project. This is the highest service award that can be awarded to any Rotary Club. This award was presented to […]
Hannah Nditi Muthangato is a Kenyan woman who has been suffering from eye problems for some time. She had cataract surgery in 2013 that resulted in complications, and thus went to Laser Eye Centre in Nairobi early June to see Dr. Mukesh Joshi, who has been treating cataracts for decades now, where she got her […]
Check out an article on C-TEN laser vision correction that was published in the Daily Nation on the 2nd of June, 2015. New technology billed as the latest breakthrough in laser vision correction arrives
Under the banner of ‘Kenya Rural Blindness Eradication Project’, the Rotary Club of Nairobi has been performing eye operation camps for 25 years and has done more than 15000 free cataract operations. The club, in conjunction with the Ministry of Health, conducted a major eye operation camp in Kisumu at the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Referral […]
Picture: Dr. Mukesh Joshi alongside with Prof. Theo Seiler chairing a session during the 10th International Cross-Linking congress in Zurich on 5th-6th December 2014.
Kenyans with eye problems will be happy to know some of the world’s most advanced correction technologies are available in Nairobi. According to Dr Mukesh Joshi, the director of Laser Eye Centre at Sarit Centre, Nairobi has become the leader in laser eye surgery in Africa and most of Asia. Though the leading eye problems […]
The Kenya Rural Blindness Eradication Program (‘Eye Camps’) is a project by the Rotary Club of Nairobi now in its 28th year! It was conceived and facilitated by the RC of Marburg Schloss in Germany. In February 2013, the Rotary Club of Nairobi carried out another free eye camp for patients from Kisii and environs. […]
Dr. Mukesh Joshi was honored with the Mahatma Gandhi Award on the 12th October 2012. He was presented this award at the House of Lords in the Houses of Parliament (UK) by her Right Honorable Baroness Sandip Verma (Minister of Energy and Climate Change – UK) on behalf of the NRI Welfare Society of India.
Dr. Mukesh Joshi, medical director of Laser Eye Centre, was honored with the Hind Rattan Award (Jewel of India) by the NRI (Non-Residential India) welfare society in conjunction with the government of India on the eve of Republic Day of India 25thJanuary 2012 for his excellency in the field of ophthalmology in: Corneal Transplant for […]
Dr. Mukesh Joshi is currently an honorary member of the Rotary Club of Nairobi and under the banner of Kenya Rural Eradication Blindness Project, Dr. Joshi and his team have performed over 15,000 free cataract and corneal transplant operations in Kenya. He has been awarded the Paul Harris fellowship award for this work by the […]
Honorary Rotarian Dr. Mukesh Joshi and his team of ophthalmologist go to rural areas such as; Kericho, Kapsabet, Kisii, Eldoret etc. and operate on patients who require cataract operation. This project is run under the Kenya Rural Blindness Eradication Project. An eye camp was held this year in April 14th and 15th 2012 and Dr. […]