mr-aman-chandra

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Written by a private patient at Southend Private Hospital
10th May 2022


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Written by a private patient at Southend Private Hospital
22nd March 2022


I had a cataract in one eye. Mr Chandra operated on this eye and I now have excellent vision. He has a really pleasant manner, answered my questions clearly and reassured me when I felt nervous. Should I have any further problems with my eyesight I shall certainly consult him again.

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Written by a private patient at Southend Private Hospital
12th March 2022


My care was perfect , therefore I can’t think of how it could improve in my experience and view

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10th March 2022


I was nervous as I have never had any surgery before. I had a detached retina and within 24hours of diagnosis I had a consultation with Mr Chandra and been scheduled for surgery that afternoon. I had everything explained to me and was given the chance to ask any questions. After my surgery I was given my post op care advise and follow up appointments. My surgery was successful and was discharged 6 weeks later. I could not have asked for better care than what I received from Southend Hospital's eye team and Mr Chandra.

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Written by a private patient at Southend Private Hospital
9th March 2022


I only have two points to make which do not relate directly to Mr Chandra. As a patient who paid over £6k I did not expect to be kept waiting for my post op appt on the 7/2 for over an hour and for my second op on the 11/2 - I was booked in for 10.30 (expecting to go into theatre at say 11.15 ) but didn’t go into theatre until 12.15. From a patient’s perspective awaiting surgery it is a long time to sit waiting - almost 2 hours ;I accept part of those 2 hours would be for drops etc. but nevertheless. Mr Chandra / his theatre team/nurses were great just disappointed about the delays- with no real explanation.

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Mr Aman Chandra was awarded the iWantGreatCare certificate of excellence in 2022 for delivering outstanding care.

Profile

Aman Chandra is a comprehensive consultant ophthalmologist with a specialist interest in. General Ophthalmology Cataract Surgery Medical Retinal Disease Surgical Retinal Disease Ophthalmic Complications of Diabetes Other interests Marfan Syndrome and other inherited Eye disease. Mr Chandra qualified from Guy’s, King’s, St Thomas’ hospitals in London, and undertook ophthalmic training was at leading institutions in London including Moorfields Eye Hospital, St Thomas’ Hospital and The National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery. he completed a PhD in ophthalmic genetics and has published over 50 peer review publications. He then completed two further sub specialist surgical retinal fellowships at Moorfields Eye Hospital and The Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital in Melbourne; the largest eye hospital in Australia. Mr Chandra has a particular interest for innovation, research and training. He is a member of the faculty of surgical trainers in Edinburgh, and of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists in England. He trains surgical registrars and fellows in ophthalmology, retinal diseases and retinal surgery. Mr Chandra is a recognised expert in the ophthalmic complications of connective tissue diseases, particularly Marfan Syndrome, and has published widely on this. He is medical advisor to the Marfan Trust UK. Additionally he has a further interest in genetic aspects of ophthalmic diseases. Languages spoken English & Hindi

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