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We offer diagnosis and treatment for a range of eye conditions including standard cataract surgery and refractive eye surgery tailored to your needs and to help improve the clarity of your vision.

Eye treatments available at Nuffield Health Leeds Hospital:

About our Ophthalmologist, Mr James Ball

Mr James Ball has over 20 years of ophthalmology experience and expertise. Nuffield Health Leeds Hospital is working in partnership with Mr Ball’s clinic, the Custom Vision Clinic. Find out more about Mr Ball on his consultant profile page.

How the Leeds eye care service works

Your consultation and aftercare appointments take place at our partner site: The Custom Vision Clinic, where our Mr Ball‘s clinic is based. A state-of-the-art screening facility at the Coach House, on the beautiful grounds of Bowcliffe Hall, Bramham, Wetherby LS23 6LP.

Your surgery takes place at Yorkshire’s largest private hospital Nuffield Health Leeds Hospital in the heart of Leeds.

Why not book our complimentary private patient collection and drop off service for surgery. We serve within 15 miles of Nuffield Health Leeds Hospital and all Leeds postcodes. Just request the service when you book your treatment.

Why choose Nuffield Health Leeds Hospital for cataract or refractive lens surgery?

  • Rated "Outstanding" from the Quality Care Commission
  • No waiting lists - appointments at times to suit you
  • Matron-led care
  • Fixed all-inclusive pricing guaranteed by the Nuffield Health Promise
  • Free parking for private patients
  • Complimentary collection and drop off at the hospital with our car service (please request at time of booking your treatment)
  • Costa Coffee on-site
  • Free wi-fi

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