At Optegra Birmingham Eye Hospital, we deliver state-of-the-art treatments including laser eye surgery, lens replacement and cataract surgery. All treatments are delivered by our fully NHS-trained ophthalmologist surgeons to ensure you receive the best care possible.
Keep reading for more information about our Birmingham Eye Hospital, or click here to learn about our laser eye surgery treatments.
Our laser eye surgery clinic in Birmingham
Whatever your requirements, we ensure that every procedure we carry out is tailored to an individual’s particular needs. Having the largest collection of private ophthalmic hospitals in the UK, we pride ourselves on being the best. Not only are our staff NHS-trained, but we have our own research division – Optegra Eye Sciences – aimed at discovering even better ways of looking after our patients. All services at our eye hospital in Birmingham are personalised to you.
Treatment at our eye hospital in Birmingham doesn’t end with surgery. Our recovery suite is dedicated to ensuring your aftercare is of the highest standard, and we are proud to offer a dedicated out of hours contact number for all of our patients should you have any queries once you are home.
The Optegra Birmingham Eye Hospital is regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Eye treatments at Optegra Birmingham
Optegra Eye Hospital Surrey provides a wide range of first-class eye treatments including:
Laser eye surgery
Laser eye surgery can correct a range of visual impairments including short sight, long sight and astigmatism. We offer an innovative range of laser eye treatment including LASEK and LASIK, depending on your personal needs. Consultations regarding laser eye surgery in Birmingham are currently free of charge.
Lens replacement surgery
Our lens replacement procedure is called Clarivu, a state of the art treatment for cataracts, astigmatism, long or short sightedness, presbyopia and dependence on glasses/contact lenses.
Our Birmingham Eye Hospital can replace your cataracts and reduce your dependence on glasses.
In addition, we offer the following treatments:
Vitrectomy is a procedure for the treatment of eye floaters, retinal detachment or macular hole.
- Vitrectomy pars plana with internal tamponade
- Vitrectomy pars plana with internal tamponade, scleral buckling and retinopexy
- YAG laser photodisruption of posterior capsule of lens (including laser capsulotomy)
- Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty
- AMD injections
- Eyelid surgery
Further Diagnostic Tests
- Biometry (IOL Master)
- Humphrey Visual Field Analyser
- Heidelberg Retinal Tomography (HRT)
- Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
- Specular Microscopy
Getting to Birmingham Eye Hospital
Our eye hospital in Birmingham is conveniently located in the heart of the city within Aston University campus, approximately three miles off junction 6 of the M6. Free parking is available.
Birmingham New Street Station is the nearest main-line station, an easy 15 minutes’ walk away through the main shopping areas of the city along Corporation Street. Birmingham Snow Hill and Moor Street stations are a short 15-minute walk from campus. Because of our central Birmingham location, many bus routes pass close to the hospital.