Coronavirus (COVID-19) information for patients
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the way patients are seen in the private sector will be significantly changed after the lockdown is lifted. To ensure that your safety is maintained, the majority of your consultation will be done remotely/virtually, to minimise your time at the Hospital. This will also ensure that your position on the cataract procedure waiting list is not compromised at any time.
Cataract surgery enhances your vision to bring back the sharpness of colours and help improve the blurred vision.
Within few days after having the cataract surgery, daily duties such as driving and other commitments can be returned to, guaranteeing the patients a much happier and improved way of life.
Nuffield Health Bristol,
3 Clifton Hill, Clifton
I'm more than happy to see patients from the NHS.
My warm and welcoming attitude will surely make you feel at ease and comfortable.
Spire Bristol Hospital,
The Glen, Redland Hill,
Durdham Down, Bristol,
Mr Girgis has recently completed the Ulster University Cataract and Refractive Surgery Course, PgDip.
The course takes around 9 months to study and complete, from October 18-June 19. It includes over 30 hours of fully narrated lectures, discussions and testing forums and self assessment tests.
The program of the course has been designed in collaboration with The Royal College of Ophthalmologist to give the candidates a great depth in the refractive field including the premium lens of cataract surgery.
Mr Girgis has passed the course with grade Distinction.
My Secretary details are:
Mrs / Samantha Ace
0117 377 8873
If you have any query or questions Mr Girgis is happy to meet you for 10 minutes free consultation. It will be helpful if you bring a copy of a recent eye test with you.