Published: July 10, 2012
The majority of our services are provided in our outpatients facilities at Solihull and Heartlands Hospitals and the Birmingham Chest Clinic. We also have an eye clinic at Good Hope Hospital.
Our services are delivered by some of the best ophthalmic specialists in the region. The department has around 80 staff and includes opthalmologists, ophthalmic nurses, optometrists, orthoptists, medical photographers, ophthalmic technicians, and an eye clinic liasion officer as well as a host of other support staff.
If you need an appointment at Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust your GP or Optometrist must refer you first. We will then provide you with an appointment at your earliest convenience
- front of the eye
- corneal problems
- retinal disorders / diabetes
- macular degeneration
- eye position and movement disorders (squints)
- non surgical and surgical treatment
- areas around the eye
- eye plastic problems: drooping eyelids, outturning and inturning eyelid
- eyelid tumours
- lacrimal / tear duct problems
- eye socket problems: tumours, thyroid eye disease, fractures
- artificial eyes
Our departments are well equipped with the latest technology, allowing us to deliver consultations and operations at the highest possible standard.
Education and research are of vital importance in our department. Comprehensive information is available to our patients so they can make informed decisions about their care. And our staff are well trained and attend international conferences to present research best practice and this is incorporated into clinical treatments.
Please call 0121 424 2000 and ask for the name of the consultant you wish to speak to.
- Ms S Al-Hussainy
- Mr A Negi
- Mr TR Reuser
- Mr I Cunliffe
- Mr T Jackson
- Mr S Joseph
- Mr A Patel
- Mr R Sivaraj
- Mr T Ressiniotis
- Miss T Kipioti
- Ms C Sullivan
- Mr S Umeed