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The ageing process, eye disease and long term conditions such as diabetes can all affect our eyesight. Our expert eye doctors can treat some of the most common of these conditions – including surgery to fix cataracts.
Some of our hospitals also offer laser treatment for some eye conditions and injections for wet age-related macular degeneration.
Although only a few conditions rob people of their sight, many – such as cataracts and glaucoma – make it much more difficult for us to read, drive, watch television and enjoy other everyday pleasures. Advances are being made in the treatment of eye diseases all the time. Treatments such as cataract repair can provide long-term and dramatic improvements to your eyesight – and boost your enjoyment of life. Your care will be tailored to you and you'll be able to book an appointment that suits you. We offer payment options that put better eyesight within your reach.
We practice some of the latest, advanced medical treatments to treat a wide range of eye conditions delivered through a personalised service. You will be cared for by one of our ophthalmic (eye) surgeons at a time and location to suit you. Our highly regarded surgeons provide specialist care in all aspects of ophthalmology, tailored to individual needs, with dedicated examination rooms. We have modern, well-equipped hospitals and many specialist eye care clinics across the UK. We're continually investing in our facilities to provide our patients with first class care. You’ll be in safe hands - we implement extensive tests and measurements are carried out to ensure we meet your needs every step of the way. In fact, we have won many awards for the quality of our healthcare and have received high satisfaction ratings from our patients.
14 May 2020
Spire Clare Park Hospital sends around 50 healthcare workers to support the NHS in the response to COVID-19.
09 March 2020
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