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Consultant Ophthalmologist,
Cataract & Refractive Surgeon

BMedSci BM BS MRCS MRCSEd MRCOpth FRCOphth MMedLaw PgD Cataract & Refractive Surgery

Serving the patients of Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Derbyshire

Welcome to Mr Alwitry's Website

certifiedbadge170Mr Amar Alwitry (pronounced all-wit-ree) is an experienced Ophthalmologist and Eye Surgeon and has been awarded the prestigious "East Midlands Eye Surgeon of the Year Award" 2017 by Private Health Plus, the “Global 100 Best UK Ophthalmologist 2020” and the “GHP Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Best Ophthalmologist in the East Midlands“ for three years in a row. He has written two text books and edited a third. He has published more than 35 research articles and has a Masters in Medical Law. He performs more than 1800 cataract procedures per year (the most in the East Midlands) and has a Post Graduate Diploma in Cataract and Refractive Surgery so he is specifically trained above and beyond other Consultants in Cataract and Premium Lens procedures. His complication rates are far below the national benchmarks.

Contact Us

Mrs Leisa Blewitt, 
PA to Mr Alwitry:

0115 7722058 / 0116 4422081

Woodthorpe Private Hospital:
0115 993 2015

Spire Hospital Nottingham: 
0115 9377801
Book Online at Spire Nottingham

BMI The Park Hospital Nottingham:
0115 9662000

Email: info@amaralwitry.com

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Covid-19 Update
During this unprecedented situation we are all struggling. I am desperate to do what I do best which is operating on patients and improving their vision. We can still undertake private cataract surgery on selected patients when the patient will suffer undue and avoidable harm by a delay to surgery. We will also face a massive backlog in NHS and private cataract procedures, and I will endeavour to launch into action as soon as I can do so safely. I am seeing some cataract patients to make sure that when we do start operating again we can sort their vision out as soon as possible. We have to balance up the theoretical risk of contracting Covid-19 with the real risk to vision in some patients, so I am still available to see patients with acute problems. Please make contact so we can advise. Please stay safe.
Amar Alwitry