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Eye conditions and problems we treat

At Nuffield Health Bristol Hospital, The Chesterfield, we offer a comprehensive one-stop approach to eye problems. With our state-of-the-art equipment, newly refurbished facilities and outstanding levels of care, we are able to offer an unrivalled ophthalmology service.

Treatments include:

As well as the above we also offer a range of other procedures tailored to your unique needs and to help improve the clarity of your vision, and even enable you to be spectacle free.

We have a considerable pool of clinical expertise including a team of consultant ophthalmologists and nurses who all specialise in eye care, so you can rest assured that you will be in the best possible hands throughout your treatment.

Meet our ophthalmology team in Bristol:

What do our patients think?

“I can’t thank the team enough. They were so professional and respectful - it’s clear that they all have a great attitude towards their job and I felt like I was treated with respect, rather than being just another procedure on a conveyor belt. 

My surgeon understood my fears and was able to alleviate them by speaking to me in a manner which calmed and reassured me. He really is my hero!” - A patient who recently had cataract surgery at Nuffield Health Bristol Hospital, The Chesterfield.

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