Clinical Director - Prof Bernard Chang
Directorate Manager - Alexandra Lambert
Business Manager - Joanne Haigh
Matron - Deborah Hall
The eye department provides comprehensive secondary and tertiary ophthalmic services for the population, both adult and children, of Leeds and a tertiary ophthalmic service for other areas of Yorkshire. The department is well staffed and equipped and able to diagnose, investigate, treat and operate on the most difficult ophthalmic conditions.
Outpatient services are provided at Seacroft, Wharfedale General Otley, Rutland Lodge Community Eye Centre and St George's Community Eye Centre, Middleton.
The main Ophthalmic out patient department is situated on the Ground Floor in Chancellor Wing, St James's University Hospital with a Day Case Unit and theatres located on the First Floor .
Some out patient services delivered by Ophthalmology at Chancellor Wing, St James's University Hospital will be relocating over the coming weeks.
All Orthoptic (Adults and Children) clinics and Children's Eye clinics have relocated to the Children's Out Patient building (old Children's Day Hospital) on the St James's site.
Most Glaucoma including supporting Optometry glaucoma services for both new and follow up patients have relocated to W Ward - Eye Clinic, Seacroft Hospital.
The Age Related Macular Degeneration (ARMD) service (also referred to as the Lucentis service) will also be relocated to Seacroft Hospital in 2012.