Prof Dr S.Natarajan attended and presented research paper at APACRS CONFERENCE, Singapore on June 13, 2013.The slideshow of images can be seen at APACRS PHOTOS
Prof Dr S.Natarajan delivered "Dr S.Kantha endowment" lecture in Dhanvanthari hall Rajiv Gandhi university, Bangalore at 11am on 1st June 2013
Aditya Jyot Eye Bank wishes Aishwarya a very Happy Birthday. She Has been our Eye Donation Ambassador and has done commendable work to support the cause of Eye Donation. Our heartiest congratulations to her. May she Be Blessed with a long & Healthy Life.
Dr S. Natarajan, Executive Chairman & Managing Director of Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital Pvt.Ltd. received SSM Gold Medal Oration on "Burden of Blindness due to Diabetic Retinopathy".
To view the presentation please click on link "Burden of Blindness due to Diabetic Retinopathy"
Dr S. Natarajan, Executive Chairman & Managing Director of Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital Pvt.Ltd. is appointed as honorary ophthalmic surgeon of Governor of Maharashtra for 5 years w.e.f.1.5.05 vide notification no. RA. /005/330/C.R. 29/05/XX-A under serial no. 35.
OCULAR TRAUMA SOCIETY OF INDIA(OTSI) ANNUAL CONFERENCE [ Vth Triennial General Assembly] on September 1st - 2nd, 2008 at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
It was inaugurated by Chief Minister of Smt. Sheila Dikshit,Chief Guest.
Dr. S. Natarajan Chairman Managing Director of Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital, Mumbai was the General Secretary of OTSI participated and lit the lamp along with Delhi Chief Minister Smt. Sheila Dikshit and Dr. Jose, Dr. B. Shukla, Dr. A.K. Grover, the organizing secretary.
During the conference, Dr. S. Natarajan assumed as the Office of VICE-PRESIDENT of Ocular Trauma Society.
D.K. Mehta honoured with Col. M.S. Boparai Oration Gold Medal certificate at the Conference.
Dr S. Natarajan, Executive Chairman & Managing Director of Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital Pvt.Ltd. is appointed as honorary ophthalmic surgeon of Governor of Maharashtra w.e.f.1.5.05 vide notification no. RA. /005/330/C.R. 29/05/XX-A under serial no. 35.
Dr S. Natarajan, Executive Chairman & Managing Director of Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital Pvt.Ltd. and N. Ravichandran, Managing Director of Global Health Champions SDN BHD. (Malaysia) signed a MOU to promote Medical Tourism.
For more details: Please Visit www.globalhealthchampions.com.my Malaysians and Singaporians can contact Global Health Champions at +603 22871239
Rotary International District 3140 proudly presents the outstanding service award to Dr S. Natarajan, Executive Chairman & Managing Director of Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital Pvt.Ltd. for his commitment, support and wonderful efforts towards resounding success of Two 'O' Two rotary year 2006-07.
Dr S. Natarajan, Executive Chairman & Managing Director of Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital Pvt.Ltd., has attended the American Academy of Ophthalmology Conference at Las Vegas, U.S.A from 10th November to 14th November 2006 representing All India Ophthalmological Society (A.I.O.S).
He has been graduated in Prestigious Leadership Development Program at the glittering function of American Academy Ophthalmology.He is the ONLY AND THE FIRST MUMBAIT who had received this prestigious graduation.He is already the Chairman of Scientific Committee of All India Ophthalmological Society and with this training he is determined to generate many Leaders in India who are affiliated to All India Ophthalmological Society, to run/take care of their Opthalmological Societies in their area, smoothly.
Dr S. Natarajan, Executive Chairman & Managing Director of Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital Pvt.Ltd., has received the "ICON-06 YOUNG ACHIEVER"Award received from Dr B. T. Maskati for his outstanding Clinical & Scientific Contribution made in the field of Ophthalmology during the International Conference on Cataract & Glaucoma on 26th November 2006 at Dr D.Y. Patil Medical College, Nerul, Navi Mumbai under the aegis of Maharashtra Ophthalmology Society, organized by Dr Suhas S. Haldipurkar, Organizing Chairman of ICON'06, of Laxmi Charitable Trust, Panvel.
Dr.S.Natarajan has been selected by the APAO Awards Selection Subcommittee as the Awardee for the prestigious Distinguished Service Award .The award presentation will be held in conjuction with the 21st APAO Congress in Singapore on June 10-14,2006.
DR. S. NATARAJAN, Chairman & Medical Director , of Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai, has become the first Indian to be awarded the "GUSI PEACE PRIZE" for his outstanding contribution in the field of Medicine (Ophthalmology). He was presented with the Award at a glittering function held on 22nd November, 2005 at Manila, Philippines. The Gusi Peace Prize Foundation Inc. is a non-stock, non-profit Foundation based in Manila, Philippines, whose main objective is to give proper recognition through the conferment of awards of excellence and distinction to individuals or groups who have distinguished themselves as brilliant exemplars of society or who have contributed towards the attainment of peace, and respect for human life and dignity.
In Ten Thousand Eyes
HE'S quite the sportsman, loves nightclubbing and Hindi and Tamil film music-and insists on having fun wherever he goes.Sounds like your average teen, but Dr. S. Natarajan happens to be one of the best ophthalmologists in the city, with, more than 10,000 retinal surgeries to his credit. The glass case in his office is filled with almost 50 awards, medical and non-medical.
Hindi films are his other passion. "But only comedies," he clarifies. Once captain of the athletics and football teams in college, he's busy preparing for next month's Mumbai Marathon.
Natarajan (48) is a third-generation ophthalmologist-his grandfather practiced in Madurai, while his father, Dr. N. S. Sundaram, now 80, was director/of the Eye Regional Institute of Ophthalmology in Chennai. And both his children want to become eye doctors.
The family possibly had something to do with it, but Natarajan wanted to be an eye doctor since Std I.
"Even during medicine, I was free to take the subject of my choice but I chose to the eye. All I knew was I 'wanted to be the best," he says.
Born in Madurai, he trained in Chennai to become a vitreo-retinal surgeon, the youngest at the time, when nobody did exclusive vitreo-retinal surgery. Soon enough, he got a call from Bombay Hospital to join them.
'I didn't take the offer seriously then because I only knew Tamil and English," he said. But they persisted and he accepted on condition that he is made head of their vitreo-retinal surgery department. They agreed and in a year-and-a half, he performed 750 retinal surgeries.
In 1990, however, he decided to set up his own hospital-the Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital . He swears by positive thinking, and the hospital is always filled with the strains of bhajans playing in the background. And he can't understand patients coming to him with negative thoughts.
"They're always worried about what'll happen and I simply don't understand that attitude, especially when I'm doing my best to help them," he says.
"I would get extremely angry earlier and fight and argue with them," he says.
He's calmer now- as soon as a patient walks in, he's given a leaflet containing excerpts from various religious texts and quotes of philosophers' urging people to have faith, stop worrying, pray, and believe in action and leave the fruit of action to God.
"I believe if you believe in yourself, you are correct; once doubt creeps in, you're a fraud," he says. He was awarded the Gusi Peace Prize a month ago for his work in medicine. "The award was for the different kinds of charitab1e' work we do," he says.
This charitable work includes free eye check ups at clinics in Dharavi, Mahalaxmi and Matunga. "The clinic in Dharavi not only has free check-ups but also performs free cataract surgery and focuses on total eye care, whereas here at Aditya Jyot, we have a full charitable hospital with a consultation fee of Rs. 50," he says. The last one to leave the hospital, he's on his way to a discotheque right now. "There's always time for what you want to do," he signs off.Source : The Indian Express , Monday December 26th 2005, by a staff reporter
It gives me immense pleasure in sharing the news of the visit of His Excellency, Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, the President of India, to our hospital, Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital Pvt. Ltd. on 9th Jan 2005. It was indeed an honor to have him amongst us and interact with him. The President took a tour of our hospital and appreciated the state-of-the-art facilities available here. He was kind enough to spare his valuable time and stressed on the need for far reached ophthalmic services to attain the goal of Vision 2020. The President also lauded our efforts in trying to restore the vision of a boy from Gujarat whose eyes were badly damaged. He showed keen interest in stem cell research and eye donation and appealed to our doctors to work towards it.
His Excellency Hon Shri S. M. Krishna, Governor of Maharashtra inaugurated "The Electro diagnostic services", which includes Mumbai's first multifocal electroretinogram and visual evoked potential on Thursday, 24th March 2005.
The Electro Diagnostic system at Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital Pvt. Ltd. will include: