About Centre For Sight - Oxshott - England
Centre of Excellence – UK’s longest provider of LASIK laser eye surgery, laser lens replacement, cataract and corneal surgery celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Their flagship hospital in Oxshott is one of UK’s most modern surgical eye centre with a national and international reputation. Established in 1996 the centre has through its reputation, experience and expertise grown considerably with sites also in London and East Grinstead, West Sussex.
Procedures performed include Lasik laser Vision Correction, Lens implants, Phakic lens implants, cataract surgery, corneal implants, Yag Laser capsulotomy, treatments for Keratoconus and conditions that affect the front of the eye. Eye conditions treated at the clinic and hospital include short sightedness, far sightedness, astigmatism, Presbyopia, cataracts and Keratoconus. The advanced Zyoptix Scan, Pentacam, Intralase Femtosecond laser and the Excimer laser are used to treat patients at the clinic and hospital run by the practice.
Centre for Sight is both ISO 9001 and 14001 accredited since 2009. These voluntary standards reflects the Centre’s desire to provide a high quality care to patients and at the same time respecting the environment.
Consultant surgeons at Centre for Sight are all fellowship trained, in other words they have spent extra years becoming super-specialists in their field of expertise. This places them as leaders in their field with patients seeking their opinion from far and wide. Patients include prime ministers, presidents as well as other eye surgeons and their families! What drives the surgeons to excel is the thrill of seeing patients delight and satisfaction.
The Centre is quite unique as a healthcare provider to obtain this double accreditation. It is not just the technology that is important but tailoring care for each individual patient and each eye as well as using the technology well. This is where Centre for Sight excels with eye surgeons from all over the world regularly visit to learn new techniques and the “Centre for Sight Way”.