From the North: Continue on the A40 to Gloucester. At Elmbridge Ct, take the 3rd exit onto Cheltenham Rd/B4063. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Estcourt Rd/A38. At the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto London Rd/B4063 and then left onto Horton Road. Go over one roundabout and at the next roundabout, take the 1st exit and Newmedica Aspen will be on your right.
From the East: A417 towards Gloucester. At Zoons Court Roundabout, take the 2nd exit and stay on A417. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Corinium Ave. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Barnwood Rd/A38. Turn left onto Horton Road, go over one roundabout and at the next roundabout take 1st exit. Newmedica Aspen will be on your right.
From the South: Follow Bristol Rd/B4008, A38 and B4073 to Derby Rd in Gloucester. Continue straight onto Cole Ave/A38 and then continue onto the A38. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Painswick Rd/B4073. Drive 0.3 miles and turn right onto Derby Road. Continue onto Horton Road and take the 3rd exit at the roundabout. Newmedica Aspen will be on your right.
From the West: Take A40 to Tewkesbury Rd/A38 in Longford. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A40. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Tewkesbury Rd/A38. Follow Estcourt Rd/A38 to London Rd/B4063 in Gloucester. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Estcourt Rd/A38. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit and stay on Estcourt Rd/A38. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto London Rd/B4063. Turn left onto Horton Road. Go over one roundabout and at the next roundabout, take the 1st exit and Newmedica Aspen will be on your right.
Over 150 free car-parking spaces are available on site.
No. 6 bus, stops at Horton Road
No. 10 bus, stops at London Road and requires a short work
I was brought up in a medical family in Northern Ireland and attended Campbell College in Belfast. I studied medicine at Bristol University and was always intent on a surgical career. I am grateful to my close friend and colleague, Masoud Teimory, who convinced me to take up ophthalmology.
Junior posts were completed at Bristol University, St Thomas Hospital and Bristol Eye Hospital. I spent a period of five years as a registrar in Aberdeen with Professor John Forrester with a fellowship year in 1995 at Royal Perth Hospital Western Australia working with Dr Ian McAllister.
I have been a consultant in Gloucestershire since 1997 and have steadily built up my cataract and retinal surgery practice since that time. In more recent years I have been closely involved in developing efficient and award-winning services for the NHS with Newmedica.
I grew up and went to school in London before coming to Medical School in Bristol. I trained in Ophthalmology in the Severn region with visiting fellowships in the US and now work as a consultant ophthalmologist with an interest in cataract and retina.
I have held roles as an advisor for the ophthalmology content of the British National Formulary (BNF) and provide ophthalmology opinions for both the BNF and the children's BNF. I have a strong interest in research and continue to publish widely in the ophthalmic literature.
Furthermore, I have a strong interest in teaching and training with undergraduates and postgraduate trainees. I have completed various post-graduate qualifications, am a fellow of the higher education academy and continue to be actively involved in teaching of ophthalmologists in addition to allied health professionals.
I undertook my original training as an ophthalmologist in Cheltenham (2001-2005) before completing a series of high-profile fellowships. The first in surgical retinal at the renowned Western Eye Hospital (2005) in London, and then a higher surgical fellowship in medical and surgical retinal diseases in Singapore (2006), where I was awarded the International Council of Ophthalmology Fellowship.
I pursued further training with a cornea and refractive surgery fellowship in University of San Diego, California (2007). During that time, I worked with a pioneering refractive surgeon at CODET Vision Institute, Tijuana, Mexico.
Thank you all....your ‘can-do’ approach throughout has been second to none. My 2nd cataract operation on 2 Oct was, as last year, professional, friendly, relaxed, pain free with superb result. Especial thanks to requested surgeon.
Helen Wolveridge (posted 7 October 2020)
I had cataract surgery in my left eye. I can say that everyone that I came in contact with were reassuring and friendly, and nothing was too much trouble for them. I can strongly recommend Newmedica in Gloucester.
Mrs D (posted 23 Sept 2020)
I was greeted at the door by a friendly lady who made me feel at ease. The whole process was made very easy. I am deaf and they were very good about it. Would not be frightened to go back as I was very nervous first time going.
Jennifer Hamley (posted 25 September 2020)
This was my second cataract operation at this clinic and it was faultless. Staff were very considerate and the Clinic was pleasingly clean. Thank-you.
Dennis Thornton (posted 25 September)
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This service is delivered by Gloucestershire Newmedica Limited, a joint venture partnership company within the Newmedica Group. Gloucestershire Newmedica Limited is registered with the Care Quality Commission, provider number 1-4155332499. Directors: Mr Nigel Kirkpatrick, Consultant Ophthalmologist; Mr Adam Ross, Consultant Ophthalmologist; Mr Fadi Alkherdahji, Consultant Ophthalmologist; Mr Carl Hall, Registered Manager.