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Office opening hours
Mon-Fri - 8:30am-5:00pm
Open for surgery 7 days a week

The Newmedica Ipswich eye health clinic and surgical centre provides services for both NHS-funded and private patients.

The clinic is led by consultant ophthalmologists, Raj Hanspal and Usman Hussain, alongside operational director, Rosemary Smith.

The partners and consultants also operate the Newmedica Bury St Edmunds eye health clinic, delivering glaucoma and cataract outpatient clinics.

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  • Car parking

How to find us

By car

A 4-minute journey via taxi from Ipswich train station, or if you’re driving directly, we have ample free parking on site.

By bus

Bus routes 15 and 15A are most direct, stopping at Sainsbury’s Hadleigh Road. This service runs every 20 minutes. It is then a short walk to London House. For further information visit

By train

Ipswich train station is a 4-minute drive away from London House, alternatively an 18-minute walk.


Getting referred to Newmedica

If you think you have an eye condition, you should see your optician or GP for a detailed assessment. They’ll go through all the options available and tell you where you can have your treatment.

The referral process will differ slightly depending on whether you want to be an NHS or private patient. You’ll find all the information you need on our NHS and private patient pages.

NHS patients

Learn more about our NHS services
and how you can be referred.

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Private patients

Find details about our private
options and how to get started.

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Self-referring? Call 0800 4096 792

Patient stories

This service is delivered in Ipswich, by Suffolk Newmedica Limited, a joint venture partnership company within the Newmedica Group.  Suffolk Newmedica Limited is registered with the Care Quality Commission, provider number 1-8443998983.

Directors: Mr Raj Hanspal, Consultant Ophthalmologist and Mr Usman Hussain, Consultant Ophthalmologist; Mrs Rosemary Smith, Registered Manager.