The Mendip Vale Medical Centre is in the village of Langford and is just minutes off the A38. As public transport is limited to Langford we recommend you travel either by car or taxi.
From M5 Junction 21: Leave the M5 at Junction 21. Take exit A370 to Congresbury, then follow signs to Langford. Turn right onto High Street/B3133 and continue to Stock Lane. Turn right onto Pudding Pie Lane and the surgery is on the right.
From Weston-super-Mare: Head towards the M5 Junction 21. Take exit A370 to Congresbury, then follow signs to Langford. Turn right onto High Street/B3133 and continue to Stock Lane. Turn right onto Pudding Pie Lane and the surgery is on the right.
I am a consultant ophthalmic surgeon specialising in cataract surgery and retinal diseases. I trained in centres of excellence in the UK and around the world honing a wide repertoire of medical and surgical skills.
I was admitted as Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists in 2012 and hold the equivalent specialist title from Spain, gained at the University Clinic Hospital of Barcelona. I then undertook two years of highly specialised retina surgery training at the Bristol Eye Hospital and the Sydney Eye Hospital, Australia.
I am a patient safety and care quality officer holding roles dedicated to the improvement and maintenance of quality of care.
I grew up in Lincolnshire and attended school in Stamford, before moving on to the University of Bristol where I studied medicine from 1995-2001, graduating with MBChB (Hons).
I undertook my post-graduate training in ophthalmology at hospitals throughout the south-west of England, and completed this in 2012 when I was admitted as a Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists (FRCOphth).
Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my young family, playing squash, and running cross-country ultramarathons.
I have worked as a consultant ophthalmologist with Newmedica since 2014.
I am an Ophthalmic surgeon specialising in cataract surgery and glaucoma.I studied medicine in Greece. I also started my training in Ophthalmology in Athens, Greece, and then I trained in many Hospitals in the UK, including Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, King's College Hospital, London, and Bristol Eye Hospital.
Your optician or GP will discuss the various treatment options available to you and where you can choose to have your treatment. You’ll be able to take the time to decide where you’d like to be treated, and your GP or optician will make the arrangements for your referral.
Please follow your local protocol regarding referrals – we accept direct referrals by secure email firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 0207 924 6262, OptoManager and post. Please call us on the number at the top of this page if you would like any further information about making a referral to Newmedica.contact us
This service is delivered in Langford by Bristol Newmedica Limited, a joint venture partnership company within the Newmedica Group. Bristol Newmedica Limited is registered with the Care Quality Commission, Provider number 1-4752978345. Directors: Mr Johannes Keller, Consultant Ophthalmologist; Mr George Kiousis, Consultant Ophthalmologist; and Mr William Sheehan, Consultant Ophthalmologist; Mr Julian Phillips, Registered Manager.