For recent onset painful or red eyes, sudden loss of vision, recent flashes &/or floaters there is an emergency pathway available for patients with a Wolverhampton based GP - The CUES Service
During office hours, please contact your own optometrist or GP for advice on how to get a CUES appointment. Out of hours, you are advised to go to A&E at New Cross Hospital, where the on-call ophthalmologist will be available if required.
|Information About Common Eye Conditions|
|Corneal Injury||Sub-Conjunctival Haemorrhage|
|Dry Eyes||Tear-Duct blockage in Babies|
|Ectropion||Thyroid Eye Disease|
|Eyelid Problems||Uveitis and Iritis|
If you are interested in any other Eye conditions please email us firstname.lastname@example.org or Tweet us @wolves_loc
The Practice Ophthalmology Group have a youtube channel presenting information videos for patients have been uploaded. These cover a range of topics from common eye conditions through to techniques used during a sight test.