Consultant: Laura Crawley2019-03-29T12:36:56+00:00

Laura Crawley is a London Harley Street Glaucoma Specialist

Laura Crawley BSc (Hons), MB ChB (Hons), MRCP, FRCOphth, GMC

Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon & Glaucoma Specialist

  • Areas of expertise: Glaucoma and Cataracts

  • GMC Reg no: 4646460

  • Consultant’s CV: Download CV here


  • 2011: FRCOphth Royal College of Ophthalmologists London
  • 2002: MRCP Royal College of Physicians London
  • 1999: MB ChB with Honours University of Bristol
  • 1996: BSc(Hons) Cellular & Molecular Pathology, University of Bristol


  • European Glaucoma Society

  • UK & Ireland Glaucoma Professionals’ Club
  • United Kingdom & Ireland society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons
  • European Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons
  • European Association for Vision & Eye Research

Call to book a consultation with Ms Crawley on: 020 7935 7990

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Laura Crawley, Consultant Ophthalmologist

Laura Crawley is a Consultant Ophthalmologist at Clinica London with a special interest in treating patients with glaucoma and cataract.

She is very experienced in treating glaucoma, and has published extensively in scientific journals and on medical education. She does many emergency operations at the Charing Cross and Western Eye Hospitals for the NHS.

NHS Consultant Ophthalmology Post

At the Imperial Healthcare NHS Trust since April 2014, she does clinics and surgery at Western Eye Hospital and Charing Cross Hospital.

Special Interests at Clinica London

At Clinica London she is responsible for glaucoma patients and glaucoma patients with cataracts. She also sees patients with general and emergency eye problems and carries out routine and urgent surgeries at Clinica London.

Education and Training

Ms Crawley qualified at the University of Bristol in 1999, winning the Gold medal and Suple prize for medicine and surgery. Having completed her physician training in Bristol she undertook Ophthalmology training in Oxford and continued training in London at Moorfields Eye Hospital and Imperial College NHS Trust, at the Western Eye Hospital where she did a two year fellowship specialising in Glaucoma.


Ms Crawley won the Alcon Glaucoma prize in 2009, the West London Research Medal 2011 and the Royal College of Ophthalmologists’ Treacher Collins Prize in 2012.


Ms Crawley’s research is focused on topical glaucoma treatments and their effect on the ocular surface, endocyclophotocoagulation for glaucoma, primary eye care strategies, complex glaucoma surgery and post-operative management. She has published extensively in peer reviewed journals and is author of the Medical Student Eye Book called “Ophthalmology at a Glance” and its second edition published in 2014.

Treatments that Laura Crawley performs at Clinica London

Glaucoma Treatment

Cataract Surgery

General Ophthalmology

Video: Laura Crawley discusses her experience

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“Thank you for your help during the year.”
Julia S.
“Just a quick note for saying thanks for looking after my Mum so wonderfully as she was very worried about the appointment and you really made such a big difference to the experience.”
Sven K.

“Thank you very much for seeing me yesterday, you were marvellous and a pride to the NHS.”

Mariah P.
“I was treated with great courtesy and kindness, and everything was explained to me in layman’s terms so I could fully understand my condition. I was immensely impressed.”


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    Suffering from an itchy red eye is not only irritating but can make you feel self-conscious. The most likely explanation is blepharitis, which has a variety of causes. It’s important to get the problem diagnosed as soon as possible to prevent it from getting worse, and to make sure that it doesn’t come back. Our experts at Clinica London can help.

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    If you suffer from pigmented moles or other lesions, such as seborrhoeic keratosis, acne or any other type of troublesome skin abnormality, you should see our consultant dermatologist, Dr Jennifer Crawley. Jennifer runs her private practice at Clinica London, where she treats and operates on skin conditions in our operating theatre. Dermatological surgery is not painful and patients often recover quickly. Jennifer can take a biopsy of any suspicious skin elevations and send them for analysis. She will also advise you on post-operative care and arrange any follow-up appointments.

  • If you suffer from glaucoma or cataracts, you should see Ms Laura Crawley

    Ms Laura Crawley is an expert in the treatment of glaucoma and cataracts. As well as running a private practice at Clinica London, she performs surgery for these conditions at the Western Eye Hospital in London. Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery - also known as MIGS - requires a highly skilled specialist such as Laura, who is very experienced in microscopic glaucoma surgery. She will recommend the procedure to reduce eye pressure, thus preventing or reducing damage to your optic nerve. You can book in to see Laura at Clinica London on Mondays, Wednesdays and some Fridays, although she can also see patients at short notice outside these times by special arrangement.

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    Ms Laura Crawley is inviting you to the “Clinica London Spring Lecture” and gives an insight into Microsurgical advances in Glaucoma surgery.