Mr Jeremy Joseph is a general ophthalmologist with a wide expertise in many aspects of ophthalmology. He has a sub-specialist interest in cataract and glaucoma.
He completed his undergraduate studies at University College Hospital Medical School in London, in 1982. His post-graduate training in ophthalmology was undertaken at a number of London hospitals, including Moorfields Eye Hospital, St. Thomas' Hospital, St Bartholomew's Hospital, The Royal London Hospital and the Royal Free Hospital. He undertook an MD in the field of glaucoma, at the Institute of Ophthalmology, affiliated with Moorfields Eye Hospital, which was awarded in 1990. In 1994 he was appointed as a consultant ophthalmologist at Central Middlesex Hospital. He subsequently became the lead clinician in the department for seven years.
In 2004, after 22 years service in the NHS, Mr Jeremy Joseph took up full-time private practice. He now works 5 days a week at Spire Bushey Hospital. He has held admitting privelages at Spire Bushey Hospital for 17 years and has been a member of the Medical Advisory Committee for 7 years.
Mr Joseph prides himself on being very approachable to patients, and in explaining their eye problems in an easily understandable fashion. While he runs clinics five days a week at Bushey, he is available for emergencies at all other times.
Current memberships of professional bodies, national and regional bodies
The Royal College of Ophthalmologists
Surgical Eye Expeditions International (SEE) - undertaking cataract surgical programmes in developing countries http://www.seeintl.org/
European Glaucoma Society
"My practice is run in a very personal way and I take time to explain conditions at the patient's level of understanding. It is a matter of pride that I am easily available for patients to contact."