Ophthalmology is the area of medicine that concerns your eyes and sight, particularly the treating of conditions that can affect them.
Your eyes are your windows to the world, so they deserve the best standard of care. At Spire Portsmouth, we’re delighted to offer fast access to diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of eye conditions. Our ophthalmologists in the Portsmouth area are highly-skilled and experienced, applying all the latest techniques and technologies to uncover the cause of your symptoms. From there, they can offer you one of a number of innovative treatments to help improve your prognosis.
Discover more about the Spire Portsmouth ophthalmology team.
Treatments offered in Portsmouth
Once the team know what’s causing your symptoms, they’ll recommend an appropriate treatment aimed at improving your sight and long term health. All our ophthalmologists in the Havant area have experience with a number of procedures that include:
Conditions treated in Portsmouth
At Spire Portsmouth Hospital, the ophthalmology team have experience in treating a wide variety of conditions. They’ll be able to find a solution to common complaints like:
Symptoms treated in Portsmouth
Because your vision is so important to you, it doesn’t take long for an eye-related health problem to cause you distress and discomfort. But with the range of treatments available at Spire Portsmouth, the team can rapidly put a stop to effects like:
Spire Portsmouth Hospital is located off Bartons Road in Havant, so we’re able to provide ophthalmologists to Waterlooville and other towns in the region. This will also be your nearest Spire facility if you live in places like Cosham, Hayling Island, Purbrook and Westbourne.
Spire Portsmouth Hospital is situated in wooded grounds in Bartons Road, Havant, just off the B2148 Rowlands Castle to Emsworth Road.
The main town of Havant is approximately two miles away with a main line station and taxi rank. The historic towns of Portsmouth and Chichester are approximately 10 miles away
I undertake general opthalmology and medical retinal outpatient clinics as well as laser and cataract operating lists.
MB, BS, FRCS, FRCOphth
I qualified at St Bartholomew's Hospital, London and underwent training in Ophthalmology in Oxford, London and Australia (including a stint with the Flying Doctor Service). After qualifying as a specialist I spent a year working in the Eye department at the Ho…
MB, BS (London), MRCP (UK), FRCOphth
I lead a specialist medical retina clinic at the Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth, but the majority of my workload remains phakoemulsification cataract surgery and the management of glaucoma in my general ophthalmic clinics.
FRCOphth, FRCS, DO, BSc Physiol
My clinical practice encompass general eye conditions however, I specialise in cataract and vitreoretinal surgery and I regularly engage in teaching and training of junior surgeons.
MBChB, FRCOphth, FRCS(Ed)
My major interest and sub-specialisation is cataract, refractive laser and lens surgery and corneal disease. I was appointed in Portsmouth to lead and develop a specialised corneal service and am able to provide all current treatments and techniques in the man…