Ophthalmology is a type of medicine that specialises in diagnosing and treating diseases, infections, defects and injuries that affect your eyes.

We provide medical and surgical treatment for a wide range of eye conditions and diseases including injuries, movement problems, corneal infections; glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration (AMD), retinal disorders and cataracts.

Alongside our appointed outpatient and day surgery services we run a referral eye casualty at Queen Mary’s Hospital, Sidcup.

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Ophthalmology Department, Level 3 , Main building

01689 865800 - for new appointments 01689 863900 / 863952 - for follow-up appointments

How to refer:

Referrals need to be made via ERS. If you are non GP referring a patient to the service this can be sent to kch-tr.br-referrals@nhs.net where ERS is unavailable.

Clinically urgent referrals can be made via kch-tr.Urgenteyesqms-referrals@nhs.net.

Opening hours:

9am - 5pm clinics
8am - 4pm eye casualty (remains open to treat but does not accept new referrals after 4pm)