Ms Naz Raoof
BA, BMBCh, FRCOphth
Ophthalmologist specialising in Paediatrics
Adult and Paediatric Strabismus & Neuro-ophthalmology
Ms Naz Raoof trained as a doctor at the University of Oxford, qualifying in 2004. Following her training, the Royal Hallamshire Hospital (Sheffield) and the University of Sheffield employed her as a junior doctor in Ophthalmology. There she taught students about the anatomy and physiology of the head and neck, with special emphasis on the eye and vision. In 2007, she was appointed to Ophthalmic Specialist Training in Sheffield.
Ms Raoof has undertaken two post-training specialist Fellowships in paediatrics, strabismus and neuro-ophthalmology, including 12 months at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London and in Auckland, New Zealand, before becoming a Consultant.
In October 2014, Ms Raoof met with the Director for Consumer Affairs in the European Commission to discuss the threats to children’s vision posed by hand-held lasers purchased via online traders, and to look at ways of preventing further injuries through EU legislation.
Ms Raoof’s serves the NHS in her capacity as consultant Ophthalmologist at Moorfields Eye Hospital and the Royal London Hospital.
BASIC SELF PAY CONSULTATION FEES
Follow up £200
International Follow up £250
Ms Raoof sees patients as a fee assured consultant with most private medical insurance companies.
Areas of Expertise
Adult Strabismus (Squint) & Neuro-ophthalmology
- Awarded FRCOphth qualification
- PG DIP Teaching and Learning for University
- Lecturers, University of Sheffield (Diploma)
BM BCh, University of Oxford
- BA Physiological Sciences, University of Oxford
Achievements and Awards
- The Ivor Levy Prize was awarded at the Royal College of Ophthalmology Annual Congress in 2013 for the best poster on a neuro- ophthalmology topic;
- The Ian Fraser Cup was awarded by the Oxford Ophthalmological Congress in 2014 for the best poster on a clinical topic;
- The Yorkshire Retinal Society in 2014 awarded a Prize for the best Free Paper Presentation at their 10th Anniversary Meeting.
- Honorary Clinical Senior Teaching Fellow at UCL Institute of Ophthalmology and lead for Paediatrics, Strabismus and Neuro-ophthalmology on the Ophthalmology MSc course
- The Royal College of Ophthalmologists (London, UK)
- The British and Irish Ophthalmologists Paediatrics and Strabismus Association (BIPOSA)
- Member of the RCOphth Paediatric Subcommittee.
Treatments and Procedures
- Children’s short-sightedness (myopia)
- Children’s vision development
- Strabismus (Squint)
- Amblyopia (with patching)
- Chalazion and styes
- Watering eyes
Adult Strabismus (Squint)
- Longstanding squint, including convergent squint (esotropia) and divergent squint (exotropia)
- Newly acquired double vision and squint
- Double vision from Third, Fourth and Sixth nerve palsy
- Suspected swollen discs and papilloedema
- Optic nerve problems
- Chalazion and styes
- Sticky eyes
- Red itchy eyes