Mr Beare is a Consultant Ophthalmologist at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital where he runs the MD service, and treats people with retinal conditions from Liverpool, Cheshire, North Wales and the North-West. He also provides a general ophthalmology service, including cataract surgery. He strives to ensure patients have an understanding of their condition and treatment options.
Mr Beare qualified from Cambridge (pre-clinical studies) and Edinburgh Universities (clinical training). He undertook specialist training in ophthalmology at Bristol Eye Hospital and St Paul’s Eye Unit, Liverpool. In addition he worked in Malawi for 3 years culminating in a thesis on Malarial Retinopathy which was awarded an MD by the University of Liverpool. He continues research on malaria, and is also involved in international trials of new treatments for AMD and Diabetic Eye Disease.
Mr Beare has extensive experience in the assessment of ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ AMD, and in the treatment of wet AMD with injectable medicines such as Lucentis. He also specialises in diabetic eye disease, small-incision cataract surgery and the effect of medical conditions on the eye.