Community Eyecare staff are trained to listen, understand and relay information to our patients. We understand that having surgery causes sleepless nights. It is our job to ensure you have the information patients and optometrists need to make an informed decision.
As a leading provider in delivering community eyecare, with over 150,000 consultations per year our large team of clinical and non-clinical staff are available to walk you through the journey.
Cataracts are common, visually disabling conditions, treated by a daycase surgical procedure which is often painless and straightforward.
Posterior Capsular Opacity and YAG Laser
This outpatient procedure is a simple minimally invasive procedure designed to treat an ‘after cataract’
We are experts in the management of non-surgical eye conditions, whether you have symptoms or abnormalities on routine review
Glaucoma or Ocular hypertension (OHT)
Glaucoma or OHT are common incidental findings. Whilst they are different, they are often managed in a similar way.
Wet Macular Degeneration (wAMD)
wAMD treatments are available by Community eyecare in some areas of the country using specialised medicines.
Making a Referral
Community Eyecare work with your GPs and Optometrists to provide a Shared Care Model with our partners. We believe in independent choice for patients and therefore conform to referral pathways set out by your GPs and Optometrists, after all they know you and your needs better than anyone.
As a first port of call, always visit your optometrist for a general eye test, who will be able to diagnose most eye conditions and set you on your way to the right treatment. Most patients are looking for local treatments, with short waiting times. Your GP or Optometrist with have some information on the best place for you.