Dr. Rashida Kankroliwala (Ophthalmologist)

DNB Ophthalmology
10 Years Experience
Book Appointment
Facebook LinkedIn Twitter

About Dr. Rashida Kankroliwala

DNB Ophthalmology (Mumbai)

Dr Rashida Khozema Kankroliwala is the chief Ophthalmologist at Hatimi Eye Clinic. She has a rich experience of 10 years in the field of comprehensive ophthalmology.
She is an expert in phacoemulsification cataract surgery with no injection technique.
She implants all types of monofocal, toric, trifocal, phakic and secondary IOLs.
Laser Refractive surgery for spectacle free vision.
Laser removal of Posterior capsular opacification.
Glaucoma diagnostics and medical and surgical management.
Pterygium surgery with the latest glueless, sutureless technique.

Clinic Address & Location

home Hatimi Eye Clinic

4/3178,Raj Manzil,Vansfoda pul, Salabatpura, Surat

Clinic Timings
10-00 am to 01-00 pm
04-00 pm to 08-00 pm

Educational Qualifications

DNB Ophthalmology
Babasaheb Ambedkar Memorial Hospital


8 Yrs
June 2010 - current


Morning Glory Syndrome
Delhi Journal of Ophthalmology
In 2010

My News Feed

Posted on 14 Aug 2019
Myth: Eye drops can cure cataract and there is no need for surgery
Fact: Presently, surgery is the only 100% cure for cataract.
Posted on 09 Aug 2019
Myth: Cataract surgery can only be done in the winter season.
Fact: Surgery can be done in any season. Cataract surgery is very technologically advanced. So, healing of wound or chance of infection is not season related.
Posted on 03 Aug 2019
Myth: you should undergo cataract surgery at its advanced stage ( Paake pachi)
Fact: Cataract should be operated when your vision starts deteriorating. Waiting for it to advance can lead to complications.
Posted on 02 Jul 2019
Hatimi Eye Clinic will now remain open from
10:00am to 1:00pm
4:00pm to 8:00pm
Posted on 18 May 2019
It means you can see things clearly only if they’re close to you. Distance vision is blurry. You will have a negative glass prescription.
Posted on 26 Apr 2019
Myth: Eating carrots will improve my eyes
Facts: Carrots are important for a healthy diet, but it wont improve your eyesight.
Posted on 19 Mar 2019
Myth: Looking at someones infected eye can give you a pink eye & wearing dark glasses will avoid it.
Fact: conjunctivitis spreads by hand to eye contact.
Posted on 28 Feb 2019
Myth: Always wearing glasses, weakens your vision.
Fact: Regular wear of glasses accustoms you to perfect vision. Making you feel that your vision has worsened without them.
Posted on 12 Feb 2019
Myth: Wearing glasses regularly will reduce my number
Fact: Wearing glasses will help you see clearly and reduce eye strain.
Posted on 04 Feb 2019
Myth: Eating carrots will help reduce my spectacle number
Fact: Vitamin A from carrots are needed for good vision, but it will not reduce your number.

Clinic Gallery

Review & Ratings

No reviews yet.
Give Feedback


  • Ophthalmologist/ Eye Surgeon


All India Ophthalmological Society (AIOS)
South Gujarat Ophthalmological Association (SGOA)
Bombay Ophthalmic Association (BOA)