Eye care clinic in Leamington Spa
From cataracts and blepharoplasty to macular degeneration treatment, at Nuffield Health Warwickshire Hospital our leading ophthalmologists can provide you with a wide range of eye care services under one roof.
Why choose Nuffield Health Warwickshire Hospital for your private eye treatment?
At Nuffield Health Warwickshire Hospital our experienced team of ophthalmic surgeons have been providing first-class eye care to patients in Leamington Spa, Coventry, Kenilworth, Stratford and surrounding areas for a number of years.
Over time, our ophthalmologists have built an exceptional reputation across The Midlands by performing a range of treatments which are individually tailored to patients and inclusive of all hospital costs, including any aftercare required following surgery.
Our state-of-the-art private hospital is situated on the northern outskirts of Royal Leamington Spa, close by to Leamington Rugby club. Our secluded hospital grounds allow us to provide ample free parking to patients and visitors, as well as easy access to local public transport.
Our experienced ophthalmologists at Nuffield Health Warwickshire Hospital perform the following treatments:
- Cataract surgery
- Drooping eyelid correction
- Eyelid reshaping surgery
- Glaucoma treatment
- Macular degeneration treatment.
How to book a consultation with one of our ophthalmologists in Leamington Spa
By booking a consultation with one of our eye care experts, they will be able to accurately diagnose your eye condition and provide you with advice on the most effective treatments available. To book please call our hospital enquiry team on 0300 1311400 (local rate).
Please be aware that during your consultation you may receive eye drops to help with the diagnosis of your eye condition. As a result, we strongly advise against driving to your own consultation and recommend that you arrange transport to and from Nufffield Health Warwickshire hospital for your initial consultation.
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