Nitin Gupta is an ophthalmic surgeon based at Eye Treatment Centre West Suffolk Hospital, Bury
St Edmunds Hospital. Mr Gupta undertook post graduate training in Ophthalmology
from S.N. Medical College, Agra, India. Following a year of senior residency,
he gained extensive surgical and clinical experience working at a tertiary
level hospital in India. He has worked in remote rural areas of India which provided
him with invaluable experience and insight in to Primary care in Ophthalmology. He
moved to Oman which provided him with a unique exposure to a different culture
and environment. He has a keen interest in research and is a principle
investigator in national trials. Has published and presented at national and international level.
After attaining Fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh in Ophthalmology he moved to the United Kingdom in the year 2000. Over the last decade he has worked at senior level at West Suffolk Hospital.
Mr Gupta has trained as a Fellow in Medical Retinal Vascular disease and Uveitis at Moorfields Eye Hospital,London.
He has special interest in management of uveitis and has expertise in both local
and systemic treatment of ocular inflammatory disease. He is the lead fro Diabetic Retinopathy and retinal vascular disease . As an expert in cataract surgery Mr Gupta has an excellent insight into management of complex cataract
surgery in patients with other ocular comorbidities.
He is lead for clinical Governance in his unit.
Mr Gupta is a clinical teacher at Cambridge University. He is actively involved in teaching at University
Hospitals in India and maintains teaching and training links with
ophthalmologists in China in collaboration with Lifeline Express China and has been included in their acadmay board as a member.Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
Complex cataract surgery.
Managment of Diabetic Retinal disease.
Retinal Vascular disorders
Age Related macular degenration.
Common Lid Surgery.
Retinal Vascular disease. e.g Diabetic retinopathy & Maculopathy. Retinal Vein Occlusion.
Age Related macular Degenration.
Uveitis ( Intra ocular inflammatory disease)