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Bristol Eye Hospital

My clinical role at Bristol Eye Hospital is to treat vitreoretinal conditions including retinal detachment, macular diseases such as macular hole and epiretinal membranes, diabetic retinopathy, severe eye trauma and complications of cataract surgery including dislocated cataract fragments and severe infection.

I also undertake cataract surgery for complex cases and hold specialist vitreoretinal clinics at Bristol Eye Hospital.

Part of my role is to perform laser treatment for premature babies that have Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP). This is probably the most cost-effective treatment I perform in health economic terms as it gives a lifetime of vision for 2 hours of treatment!

The Bristol Eye Hospital is one of the pre-eminent institutions specialising in eye surgery in the United Kingdom. The hospital is a purpose-built eye hospital constructed in 1986, on the site of the original hospital first established in 1815.

Bristol Eye Hospital is a centre of excellence for both clinical practice and academic research and is a University Teaching Hospital linked to the University of Bristol. I take an active lead role in research and I am the principle investigator for a number of research projects and randomised controlled trials.

Bristol Eye Hospital is a tertiary referral centre for the South West of England and covers the whole range of sub-specialties within ophthalmic medicine. It provides an A+E service and a continuous general and vitreoretinal on-call service covering a wide geographic area from Landsí End and Pembrokeshire in the West to Bath and Swindon to the East of Bristol.

Contact:

Bristol Eye Hospital
Lower Maudlin Street
Bristol
BS1 2LX

Secretary: Mrs. Deborah Traynor

Tel: (0117) 342 1401
Fax: (0117) 342 3402

Satnav postcode: BS1 2LX

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