Mr Ali Mearza

Consultant Ophthalmologist

MBBS

Specialty Ophthalmology

Special interests Refractive lens exchange, laser vision correction (LASIK/LASEK), cataract surgery with standard or multifocal lenses, corneal surgery

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    Mr Ali Mearza is the Clinical Director of Ophthalmology and lead Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at London’s Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. He is responsible for a department of over 20 consultants across 3 sites; the western Eye Hospital in Marylebone, Charing Cross Hospital in Hammersmith and St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington.

    His specialist interests are Cornea, Cataract & Refractive Surgery and he has particular expertise at reducing dependence on glasses and contact lenses. He Mr Mearza has full specialist registration with the General Medical Council and is one of only a handful of surgeons in the UK who is fellowship trained in both cornea and refractive surgery. He qualified from Charing Cross & Westminster Medical School in 1996 and shortly after began his career in Ophthalmology.

    He did most of his training in London and went on to complete a year’s fellowship in cornea & external eye disease at the world renowned Moorfields Eye Hospital. He followed this with an additional one year fellowship in laser refractive eye surgery at the prestigious Emmetropia Mediterranean Eye Institute on the island of Crete, the birthplace of modern LASIK.

    He has a keen interest in clinical research and has over 30 peer reviewed publications to his name and has presented his work at numerous National and International meetings. He also has a keen interest in voluntary ophthalmology and has performed charitable work in India, Bali, Burma, Madagascar, Bangladesh and Ghana.

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    Refractive lens exchange, laser vision correction (LASIK/LASEK), cataract surgery with standard or multifocal lenses, corneal surgery

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