Profile Summary : Dr Manpreet

Dr Manpreet Singh is a qualified Eye surgeon registered with the Punjab Medical Board. He has performed over one Lac Eye surgeries for Cataracts & Refractive Errors. As Chief Eye Surgeon at Global Eye Hospitals in Patiala & Sangrur, he leads a bright team of Clinicians and eye surgeons. He is also the Medical Director for Ekjyot group of Eye Hospitals in Punjab, India. With over two decades of professional expertise & Clinical experience, he is known for his perfection and attention to detail; while handling his patients. Consequently, he garners high veneration among the eye patients of the region.


Year Degree Institute
2000 MBBS Govt. Medical College, Patiala
2004 MS Govt. Medical College, Amritsar

Experienced Here

Year Department Position Hospital
2004-2008 Eye Specialist Junior Eye Specialist Worked as Junior Eye Specialist at an internationally acclaimed LIONS EYE Hospital in Punjab
2009 Eye Eye consultant WORKED as consultant Eye at KUBER HOSPITAL, PATIALA.2009
2012 Eye Surgeon Commissioned Commissioned his own venture GLOBAL EYE HOSPITAL
2015 Chief Eye Surgeon Founding Director EKJYOT GROUP OF EYE HOSPITALS
2023 Chief Eye Surgeon Director Currently Medical Director for Ten Eye hospitals in Punjab State.

Appointmnet Schedules:

Day Time
Mon 10:00am - 5:00pm Book Appointment
Tue 10:00am - 5:00pm Book Appointment
Wed 10:00pm - 5:00pm Book Appointment
Thu 10:00am - 5:30pm Book Appointment
Fri 10:00am - 5:00pm Book Appointment
Sat 10:00am - 5:00pm Book Appointment

Both as a standalone ophthalmologist and with an established ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team, Dr Manpreet Singh has a distinct professional reputation that rates him among the best eye surgeons in the region. The sheer number of critical eye surgeries that run in thousands including Phacoemulsifications, LASIK, and SICS, puts him in the league of the highly experienced and skilled eye surgeons in North India.

Dr. Manpreet Singh did his MBBS from Government Medical College, Patiala in the year 2000 and went on to complete his M.S. at the Government Medical College, Amritsar in the year 2004. He was awarded a fellowship in an anterior segment at I-Care super speciality hospital, Noida Delhi NCR.

As a qualified ophthalmologist, Dr. Manpreet Singh has served in multiple hospitals as a specialist surgeon and in the process accumulated massive experience and unique surgical expertise in myriad eye care segments. His major past assignments include services at Lions Eye Hospital (Punjab) for four long years beginning in 2004. He also served for a substantial period at the Kuber Hospital, Patiala. Having gained all required surgical and clinical eye care skills, Dr. Singh commissioned his own dedicated eye care unit named Global Eye Hospital in 2012. In the follow-up years, he joined hands with his other veteran colleagues to work at the joint venture named Ekjyot Group of Eye Hospitals, where his current work profile is that of the Director and Consultant Eye Surgeon.

He is also a visiting eye surgeon at Guru Nanak Dev Charitable Eye Hospital, Pehowa, Sharma Eye Hospital, Dhuri, and International Lions Eye Hospital, Shahabad in the city of Ambala. He is one of the principal members in various community service initiatives in the realm of free eye care and on-spot emergency surgeries for the marginalized and those who can’t afford such treatment despite being in critical need of the same. As such he has performed more than 800 eye screening and cataract surgery camps organized under the banner of eclectic national & international NGOs.

As a result of his consistent career and numerous surgeries in different work setups, Dr. Manpreet has acquired all key skills in sync with the highest professional standards in the eye care segment besides the ability to work under pressure in emergency outstation calls and special medical camps across the country. He has also been part of the high-level three-member Indian medical team ( Eye Surgeons ) that visited Egypt in the year 2016 to share their expertise and experiences with the ophthalmology units of various hospitals in that country.