Mr Edward Lee is a consultant Ophthalmologist and Surgeon practising at a number of private hospitals around London, including in Ashtead, Croydon, and North Cheam. His NHS base is the Epsom and St. Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust, where he is the College Tutor and lead for training.
The doctor studied at Oxford University for his undergraduate training, which he completed in 1999. During his time at Oxford, he won several prizes and accolades, including the Open Academic Scholarship from Brasenose College. Mr Lee then worked throughout the UK and spent some time in New Zealand as well, before returning to London to pursue specialist training in ophthalmology. He has worked in the field of retinal gene therapy and received a PhD in 2011.
Mr Lee is a Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, a member of the British Medical Association, and a member of the British and Eire Association of Vitreoretinal Surgeons. He continues to be active in the ophthalmic research community, focusing on improving patient outcomes from retinal surgeries. He utilizes the latest small-gauge equipment and cutting-edge protocols for a focus on patient results.
The list of eye-related procedures and interests that Mr Lee is trained in are numerous and varied. Patients in need of cataract surgery, vitrectomy, retinal detachment surgery, macular hole surgery, or treatment for floaters (among many other conditions) are encouraged to book an appointment with Dr. Lee for a consultation.