Children’s Eyes in London
Dedicated to improving children’s eye health
What to expect from your first visit
Mr Reddy is the eye doctor (ophthalmologist) but it is essential that you see an orthoptist before you see him in order to avoid two separate appointments on different days.
The first video explains what the role of each person is. Please watch it to understand what will happen at the appointment as this will be important for your child. The second video shows how you can prepare your child with toys so they do not become nervous at the appointment as they will be prepared for the eye drops.
Many thanks for the successful operation on Zac, it’s a fantastic improvement and we can tell how much it has helped him. He can see what he’s doing now because we refused to accept what we were initially told, and because of the expertise of Mr. Reddy and his team.
Wonderful team. We feel we are looked after by a great team and we value continuity of care. Dr Reddy gives us confidence that we are in good hands. My daughter looks forward to the visit.
Dr Reddy was very good.
Mr. M. Ashwin Reddy
Mr. M. Ashwin Reddy leads the Paediatric Ophthalmology service at the Royal London Hospital (one of the largest children’s hospitals in London) and also leads the Retinoblastoma service in London (one of only two centres in the UK).
He is actively interested in teaching and teaches medical students in his role as Senior Lecturer Queen Mary College, London University. In addition, he has founded a course for paediatricians interested in children’s eye conditions.
He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, International member of the American Association of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, member of the International Society of Genetic Disease and Retinoblastoma and member of the International Society of Ocular Oncology.
He has multiple peer reviewed articles in major ophthalmic journals, has an active interest in research and has lectured around the world.