Ophthalmology is the field of medicine that relates to the eyes, particularly the diagnosis and treatment of eye problems.
At Spire, our team of skilled ophthalmologists in the Nottingham area are proud to offer access to high-quality treatment. With minimal waiting times, they can observe your signs and symptoms and get to a diagnosis fast. From there, they’ll use their expertise to carry out the best form of treatment for your case, which may include a routine procedure. Whatever the condition, you can expect a superb standard of care from start to finish.
Treatments offered in Nottingham
Eye conditions aren’t pleasant to live with and they can become distressing if they impact your vision. But Spire’s private ophthalmologists near Newark and other East Midlands towns can almost always do something about it. Once diagnosed, they’re likely to refer you for a treatment such as:
Conditions treated in Nottingham
At Spire, our dedicated ophthalmologists close to Grantham and other parts of Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire are happy to help. They’ll have dealt with almost every eye condition in their time, so get in touch if you’d like relief from the likes of:
Symptoms treated in Nottingham
Eye-related health problems come with some unpleasant effects, particularly where your vision is concerned. But in almost every case, there’s a treatment out there to reduce or stop this from happening, so contact the team if you’d like to do something about:
Spire Nottingham Hospital is to the south of the city in Tollerton, right beside the aerodrome. If you’re travelling in from further afield the A52 and A606 roads should prove useful, while this is also your closest Spire facility if you live in Beeston, Derby, Long Eaton, Matlock and Newark-on-Trent.
Spire Nottingham Hospital is situated 5 miles south from Nottingham City Centre off the A52. It is easily accessible from the A46 to Lincoln, Newark and Leicester.
MBBS, MS (Ophth), DNB (Ophth), FRCSEd (Ophth), MRCOphth
MB, BAO, BCh, FRCOphth, MD, MMedSci
I qualified from University College Galway in 1987 and undertook my ophthalmology postgraduate training in the UK.