Ophthalmologists are specialist doctors and medics who work in eye health. If you experience a visible problem with your eyes, pain in this part of the body or your sight becomes impaired, it’s an ophthalmologist you’ll need to see.
Our eyes let us experience the world to its fullest, so it’s only natural to worry about them. If you are experiencing problems, let Spire’s ophthalmologists in South-West London put your mind at ease. With a wealth of experience in this field and all the latest technology to hand, they can uncover the cause of your complaint and put you on the path to treatment.
Treatments offered in South-West London
It doesn’t take long for a problem with your vision or pain around the eyes to stop you in your tracks. That’s why Spire’s skilled private ophthalmologists near Epsom provide access to a range of innovative treatments, including things like:
Conditions treated in South-West London
At Spire St Anthony’s Hospital, the ophthalmologists near Croydon have many years’ shared experience in this field. As a result, there are practically no conditions they can’t provide care for, so make sure you get in touch if you’re experiencing the symptoms of a common complaint like:
Symptoms treated in South-West London
Given that your vision can be impacted, it’s unsurprising to hear that the symptoms of an eye condition often prove tough to live with. It should never have to be this way, and the team at Spire St Anthony’s Hospital will do all they can to rapidly provide relief from effects like:
Spire St Anthony’s Hospital is in the borough of Sutton. The facility is off the A24 London Road and this will be your closest ophthalmology department if you live in many parts of South-West London, such as Banstead, Chessington Epsom, Mitcham, Morden and Wallington.
Spire St Anthony's Hospital is a large private hospital close to Sutton and Epsom, on the borders of Surrey and South London, providing very high quality healthcare in a calm and peaceful environment.
801 London Road
Main Switchboard: 020 8337 6691
Self-pay treatment enquiries: 020 8335 4646