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Mr Ali Mearza is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon specialising in laser eye surgery, cataract surgery and refractive lens exchange.

Mr Mearza is the Clinical Director of ophthalmology and lead consultant ophthalmic surgeon at London’s Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, the UK’s first Academic Health Sciences Centre. He completed his training in London and went on to complete a year’s fellowship in cornea & external eye disease at Moorfields NHS Trust. He followed this with an additional one-year fellowship in laser refractive eye surgery at the prestigious Emmetropia Mediterranean Eye Institute on the island of Crete, the birthplace of modern LASIK.

In addition to his role as consultant ophthalmic surgeon, he is now responsible for the ophthalmology service which spans across four sites, Charing Cross Hospital in Hammersmith, The Western Eye Hospital in Marylebone, St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, and the London Clinic on Harley Street. 

His ethos is to provide the very best personalized care using state of the art technology and techniques.

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Medical Procedures

  • LASIK laser eye surgery 
  • LASEK laser eye surgery 
  • Refractive lens exchange
  • Cataract surgery with multifocal lenses 
  • Cataract surgery mono-focal lenses 
  • Implantable contact lens surgery 
  • Keratoconus treatments 
  • Corneal collagen crosslinking
  • Corneal transplantation



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Special Interests

  • Cataract surgery
  • Refractive surgery (eyes)
  • Corneal surgery / disease
  • Lens exchange
  • Laser eye surgery


Primary Medical Qualification
MB BS 1996 University of London

Specialist Register entry date
Ophthalmology From 08 Feb 2006

Other Medical Qualifications

FRCOphth Royal College of Ophthalmologists 2005