Optegra Eye Clinic West London

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Unit 6 High Street Quarter    
2 Holloway Street 
TW3 1EL 

Optegra’s eye clinic in West London is being equipped and set up, allowing local residents easy access to ophthalmic assessment and treatment for NHS cataract surgery. The clinic will be open to patients in July. 

Due to the unprecedented size of the NHS cataract surgery waiting list, patients are now facing waiting times of over a year. By partnering with the NHS, we offer a convenient solution: simply request your GP or optician to refer you to Optegra Eye Clinic West London for your NHS surgery. We also offer world-class laser eye surgery and eye treatments at our Central London Eye Hospital.

Optegra eye hospital group is rated five-star by independent review sites Doctify and Trust Pilot, and each hospital is overseen by our Medical Advisory Committee (MAC) to ensure we maintain our levels of quality, care and aftercare to the very highest standards.


NHS eye treatments available at Optegra West London

Opening Hours

Tuesday: 08:00 – 18:00
Wednesday: 08:00 – 18:00
Thursday: 08:00 – 18:00
Friday: 08:00 – 18:00
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Why choose Optegra Eye Clinic West London?

How to find us

How to get to Optegra West London


The clinic is 3 miles from the M4 and located just off the High Street, next to Asda Superstore. For your sat-nav, please use postcode TW3 1EL. Paid parking is available in to Alexandra Road Car Park.


Hounslow Bus Station is a central location if travelling by bus. It is only a 6 minute walk away from the clinic with several convenient bus routes operating from around London.


The clinic is equally placed just a 9 minute walk from Hounslow Central Underground station and Hounslow East Underground Station operated by the Piccadilly line. It is also 11 minute walk away from Hounslow Railway Station.

How to secure referral to Optegra

If you have been diagnosed with a cataract and are keen to have treatment sooner rather than later, Optegra West London will be able to help.

Cataract can develop slowly over time, causing blurred vision, clouding of vision and even double vision for some people. As it happens so gradually, patients often do not realise how badly their eyesight had deteriorated until they have the actual treatment — and then they say they can see in HD!

The procedure is pain-free and the most commonly performed elective surgery in the NHS — it takes only around 20 minutes and is conducted as a day case procedure with no need for any overnight stays.

To secure your own timely NHS treatment at Optegra West London, simply ask your GP or community optician to refer you.

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you can send the letter to optegra.referrals1@nhs.net or optegra.urgent@nhs.net if urgent.

You have right to choose where you are treated. If you have been waiting a long time for treatment, and you would like to be treated at Optegra, you can ask your Optician or GP to refer you to Optegra.

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