Ms Tahmina Pearsall is an experienced Consultant Ophthalmologist based at Whipps Cross University Hospital – part of the prestigious Bartshealth Trust - one of the top London teaching hospital. She has specialist interests in glaucoma, and cataract surgery and common eye conditions.
Ms Pearsall is UK trained in centres of excellence such as Moorfields Eye Hospital, St Thomas’ and Addenbrooke's (Cambridge) which has enabled her to deliver excellent medical and surgical care across all aspects of Ophthalmology. Her research and surgical achievements have won many prizes both nationally and internationally and most recently was honoured as a nominee for the “Hospital Heroes” award. She has a passion for teaching others and provide lectures to other physicians in formal Ophthalmology courses, both nationally and internationally.
Feedback from her patients state they appreciate the warmth, professional integrity, and open communication that define her medical practice and is determined to help her patients understand their own health, so they can be well informed when making important health decisions.
Awards and Memberships
- American society of cataract and refractive surgeons Kettering Eye Meeting, Best Presentation 2016 UKISCRS
- Bausch & Lomb Prize for Best Video dated 8th October 2009
- Diploma in refractive surgery, Ulster University with Distinction, 2008
- Membership of Professional Bodies: European society of cataract and refractive surgeons
- American society of cataract and refractive surgeons
- British society for refractive surgery 2010
- Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh
- Fellow of Royal College of Ophthalmologists
- London European Society of Glaucoma Surgeons
- United Kingdom Society of Glaucoma Surgeons
- Member of the General Medical Council
Expertise includes bespoke:
- Cataract surgery
- Modern and thorough Glaucoma assessment utilising the latest diagnostic modalities
- Comprehensive medical care for Glaucoma
- Laser Therapies (SLT) for Glaucoma
- Conventional Glaucoma Surgery (Trabeculectomy, Tube Surgery)
- Modern "Minimally Invasive" Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS) – allowing surgical options for disease control earlier than with existing surgery due to the superior safety profile of such procedures
- All aspects of emergency eye care
- Pterygium removal