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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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Patients and visitors must wear a face covering in our hospitals.

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Email contacts

Please find below a list of contact details by specialty, specifically for professionals.

Contact details by specialty

Eye Emergency Department

Acute eye conditions that require immediate input.

Email: Oeh.urgentreferrals@nhs.net
Tel: 01865234567 option 1 followed by option 1

Eye Surgery

Eye Surgery and pre-assessment booking queries.

Email: Oeh.eyesurgery@nhs.net

Uveitis

All uveitis related enquiries - please see Uveitis

Email: Oeh.uveitis@nhs.net

Choroidal Moles

Please see Ocular Moles Service / Ocular Moles Service guidelines

Email: ouh-tr.ocularmoles.oxon@nhs.net

AMD

Email: AMD.Coordinator@oxnet.nhs.uk

AMD Rapid Access

Email: Wetamd.oxon@nhs.net

Glaucoma

All Glaucoma related enquiries - please see Glaucoma Service

Email: Ouh-tr.glaucoma@nhs.net

Vascular MR

Email: Ouh-tr.vascularmedicalretina@nhs.net

Paediatric

Email: Ouh-tr.paediatricophthalmology@nhs.net

Orthoptics

Email: Orthoptics.secretaries@ouh.nhs.uk

Optometry

Email: Orh-tr.optometrydepartment@nhs.net

Outpatient appointments

Tel: 01865 234567 option 1 followed by option 6

ERGO

Ophthalmology research

Email: ERGO@ouh.nhs.uk

GMC Sponsorship

For international medical students who want to practice ophthalmology in the UK

Email: Oeh.sponsorship@ouh.nhs.uk

GP and community optometrist advice email

Email: Oxon.eyes@nhs.net

  • Urgent advice email for GPs and community optometrists.
  • For cases with mild symptoms and not sure what type of treatment to initiate
  • Unsure about urgency or most appropriate referral pathway