History & Introduction
Aman Eye Hospital
Aman Eye Hospital (AEH) is one of the leading private eye hospitals, established in 2011 in Kabul, Afghanistan. Before that, it was operating in Khost Province. Aman Eye Hospital is licensed by the Ministry of Public Health and obtained the International Standard Organization (ISO 9001-2015) Certificate for its quality services in the eye field.
Aman Eye Hospital is fully equipped with cutting-edge technology for eye treatment. The hospital has heavily invested in facilities designed with keeping the patients needs in mind. AEH provides patients with a diverse range of clinical services, consisting of the following departments: Anterior Segment, Oculoplastic, Retina, Glaucoma, Pediatric Ophthalmology, Corneal, and Neuro-Ophthalmology. AEH has a calm and relaxing reception to ensure patients feel relaxed, reassured, and well cared for. The patient liaison team is always available to make sure the patient’s care is taken properly. OPDs and Operation theatres are equipped with state-of-the-art treatment equipments and technology and technically advanced instruments for laser eye surgery, extra-ocular surgery and cataracts, retinal and glaucoma surgical techniques, and procedures. Aman Eye Hospital has several relaxing recovery suites where patients are taken after their procedures are over. The recovery lounges are very comfortable where patients and their attendants can rest and enjoy some refreshments until they are ready to return home. Most patients come from very remote provinces for treatment. They do not have to look and pay for hotel rooms. They enjoy the comfortable environment and the Afghan hospitality inside the hospital.
The hospital has heavily invested in facilities designed with keeping the patients needs in mind. The new building of Aman Eye Hospital is a six-floor modern building on 500 square meter land. It is a purpose-built design for eye care and treatment facility. AEH provides patients with a diverse range of clinical services, consisting of the following departments: Anterior Segment, Oculoplastic, Retina, Glaucoma, Pediatric Ophthalmology, Corneal, and Neuro Ophthalmology.