Mr Bobby Qureshi undertook his medical training at St Andrews University, Scotland followed by Guy’s and St Thomas Hospitals, University of London. He trained at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London specialising in cataract, lens implant, laser and corneal transplant surgery and held a permanent NHS consultant post for nearly a decade. He is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon and the Medical Director of the private London Eye Hospital in Harley Street since 2005. He is one of the world’s most experienced and leading ophthalmic surgeons having pioneered some of the greatest advances in recent history.
Mr Qureshi utilises the latest techniques and equipment to ensure that he brings his patients the highest standards of care. He has been at the forefront of introducing innovative new lenses and surgery to the UK for the last decade and was the first surgeon in the UK to perform the Light Adjustable Lens procedure, the Synchrony accommodating lens implant, Lasik Xtra and Femtosecond Laser Cataract Surgery.
Since becoming Medical Director of the London Eye Hospital on Harley Street it has become the leading private eye hospital in the UK and the world centre for the Light Adjustable Lens implant surgery. Mr Bobby Qureshi is becoming the surgeon of choice for those who simply want the safest and most technologically advanced surgery in the most luxurious setting by the most experienced surgeon – for cataracts or just to be free from their glasses. He is the most experienced laser cataract surgeon in the UK.
He was also one of the first surgeons to perform partial thickness corneal endothelial transplantation in 2003 (DSEK and DSAEK) and is one of the most experienced surgeons developing this technique over the last decade.
Mr Bobby Qureshi has been featured in the national and international media including Sky News, ITV, BBC News, Fox News, The Times, The Daily Mail, The Express, The Mail on Sunday and New York Post to name just a few.
- Freedom from glasses – Refractive lens exchange
- Cataract surgery
- Multifocal, Trifocal, Accommodating and Light Adjustable Lens Implants
- Corneal transplant surgery
- Anterior eye reconstruction
- Telescopic Implants for Macular Degeneration