The practice of Miss Gill Adams, Miss Jane Leitch and Professor Chris Lloyd at 234 Great Portland Street W1W 5QT.
*** CORONAVIRUS UPDATE ***
The 234 Eye Clinic office at Great Portland Street will be reopening with very restricted clinics from 26 May 2020.
We are running the office remotely and can respond to any concerns you may have. Please telephone 020 7387 4072 as usual.
In addition to dealing with our waiting list and other requests for face-to-face appointments, we will be offering telephone consultations for patients who require advice regarding prescriptions, patching or are worried about any aspect of their current treatment.
For patients with Health insurance we are advised that telephone consultations should be covered by your insurance company and for self-pay patients the fee will be proportionate to the duration of the call either 15 or 30 minutes.
For patients who currently have appointments booked we will be contacting you to discuss the appointment and to arrange a telephone consultation if necessary. If you prefer to contact us by email please use firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would like to reassure you that we are here for you if we are needed.
Welcome to the practices of Miss Gill Adams, Miss Jane Leitch and Professor Chris Lloyd based at 234 Great Portland Street. With our orthoptists, we see babies, children and adults with a variety of eye problems. The practice incorporates a state-of-the-art fundus camera appropriate for children and adults. Being based at 234 Great Portland Street we have close links with other professionals in the building, including neurology, neurosurgery, dermatology, ENT and paediatrics. Across the road at the Portland Hospital we have the comprehensive services of X-Ray, MRI and theatres. We also have close links with Great Ormond Street Hospital and Moorfields Eye Hospital for specialist investigative testing. If you would like to book an appointment or have any queries please contact our secretary, Sharon Holgate, at email@example.com or call 020 7387 4072.Practice history