Mr John Brookes: Ophthalmology
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Mr John Brookes

Ophthalmology

 

  • Not Fee assured
Overview

Specialises in

  • Medical
  • Paediatric
  • Surgical

About me

Moorfields Eye Hospital is an Internationally renowned teaching Hospital and perhaps one of the most famous Eye Hospitals in the world, with an unprecedented reputation for excellence in clinical management and research of ocular disease. Moorfields has been providing eye care for over 200 years. Likewise, Great Ormond Street Hospital is known internationally, as providing worldclass treatment for diseases affecting children, since 1852. Both have a convenient central London location.

Mr Brookes has been a consultant surgeon at Moorfields Eye Hospital since 2004. Since 2012, he has also provided a specialist glaucoma clinic at Great Ormond Street Hospital for the treatment of children with glaucoma.

Since 2011, he has been the director of the glaucoma service at Moorfields Eye Hospital.

Areas of interest

Adult and paediatric glaucoma; Cataract in children & adults; General ophthalmology

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Procedures completed

  • C6150

    Revision of previous glaucoma surgery (including topical or local anaesthetic) - (1-5)

    Moorfields Eye Hospital (1-5)

  • C6010

    Surgical trabeculectomy or other penetrating glaucoma procedures (including topical or local anaesthetic) - (1-5)

    Moorfields Eye Hospital (1-5)

  • C7122

    Ultrasound phacoemulsification of cataract, with lens implant - unilateral (including topical or local anaesthetic) - (1-5)

    Moorfields Eye Hospital (1-5)

  • C6160

    Complex glaucoma surgery (including anti-metabolites/insertion of seton devices) (including topical or local anaesthetic) - (1-5)

  • C1210

    Excision of lesion of eyelid - (1-5)

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