Ophthalmologists are medical professionals who work in the field of eye health – diagnosing and treating the kind of problems that can impact this part of the body.
At Spire, the team of ophthalmologists in the Southampton area have access to all the latest tools and technology. Combined with their experience and expertise, they’re able to offer treatment and relief from all manner of common or unusual eye complaints. This may involve a small medical procedure, but either way, you can be confident you’re in the best possible place when you choose Spire Southampton Hospital.
Treatments offered in Southampton
The eyes are the windows to the world, so it’s perfectly normal to feel worried or distressed when something seems wrong with them. Thankfully, there’s almost always something that Spire’s private ophthalmologists in Hampshire can do to help, including procedures such as:
Conditions treated in Southampton
At Spire Southampton, the skilled ophthalmologists near the New Forest have a wealth of experience between them. That’s why, no matter what your complaint may be, you can rest assured they’ll be able to find a medical solution – particularly if it’s a common condition like:
Symptoms treated in Southampton
While the symptoms of an eye condition can vary, most are uncomfortable and can be challenging to live with if your vision is affected. That’s why the team at Spire Southampton strive to have you seen fast, so you can live free from things like:
Spire Southampton Hospital is beside the General Hospital in the Shirley Warren area. This makes it easy to reach from all parts of Southampton, but junction 3 the M27 is the best way in if you’re coming from afar. This will also be your nearest Spire ophthalmology department if you live in Bournemouth, New Milton, Salisbury and Winchester.
A 10 minute taxi ride from Southampton Central train station or 15 minutes from Southampton International Airport, we provide private hospital treatments, procedures, tests and scans to patients from Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire, the Isle of Wight, the south coast of England and the Channel Islands.