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Being referred to Optegra

For more information about being referred to Optegra please leave your details below:

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    Why choose Optegra

    • Thousands of NHS patients choose Optegra.
    • As a dedicated eye-care provider, Optegra are committed to delivering the exceptional eye care you and all patients deserve.
    • You will benefit from our short waiting times (typically patients are treated within 4 weeks), leading NHS-trained surgeons, and care from our friendly professional clinical team.
    • 5* reviews from our patients on Trustpilot, Doctify etc
    • Optegra are committed to delivering the exceptional eye care all patients deserve.
    • We’ve provided high quality care for NHS patients for over 10 years. Your needs will be at the heart of your personalised treatment plan.
    • As centres of eye excellence, we offer facilities with the most advanced surgical and technical equipment.
    • Our state-of-the-art hospitals and clinics provide a modern, calm and comfortable environment in which you can feel relaxed and well cared for.
    • Your health and safety is our priority. We don’t treat COVID-19 patients in our hospitals, and in response to Coronavirus, we’ve put in place extra safety measures to protect you.
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    • A cataract is the clouding of the natural lens inside an eye.
    • As a Cataract develops vision will slowly deteriorate.
    • Cataracts can be treated safely, effectively and quickly with surgery – it is the most common surgery performed worldwide.
    • To pick your surgeon and have freedom from glasses, find out more about private cataract treatment at Optegra


    Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the UK’s leading causes of sight impairment and is thought to affect over 600,000 people in the UK.

    How to get referred for NHS Cataract treatment at Optegra?

    It’s easy to get access to NHS Cataract treatment at Optegra. Optegra provides Cataract patients across the UK with a comprehensive NHS pathway. All you need is a referral from your Optician or GP. Once we receive the referral from your Optician or GP, we will email or send you a letter in the post providing the full details of the appointment, a Medical Health Questionnaire, a map with directions to the hospital, and a Registration Form.

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    Speak to your Optometrist or GP to request your referral letter to Optegra

    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.


    • Manchester
    • Yorkshire
    • Birmingham
    • London
    • Surrey
    • Hampshire
    Birmingham Eye Hospital

    Aston University Campus, Coleshill St, Birmingham B4 7EH, UK

    Hampshire Eye Hospital

    Fusion 3, Solent Business Park, 1200 Parkway, Whiteley, Fareham PO15 7AD, UK

    Manchester Eye Hospital

    One Didsbury Point, 2 The Avenue, Manchester M20 2EY, UK

    North London Eye Hospital

    Unit 6, The Technology Park, Colindeep Lane, London NW9 6BX, UK

    Surrey Eye Hospital

    The Surrey Research Park, 10 Alan Turing Rd, Guildford GU2 7YF, UK

    Yorkshire Eye Hospital

    937 Harrogate Rd, Bradford BD10 0RD, UK

    Patient Journey