To protect our patients, staff and the community during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we have made changes to our services.
We have replaced our emergency walk-in service with a video consultation service for people with eye emergencies. Patients already under the care of the King’s Ophthalmology team with urgent queries can also contact us using the details below.
Our video emergency eye service is for people who live in south east London and have an eye problem that they are concerned might threaten their sight. You can speak to a doctor by video, who will assess if you need to be seen in person for treatment.
The service is not for routine queries. If you have a minor eye condition please contact the South East London Minor Eye Conditions Service.
Please read the following before using the emergency eye service:
Video consultations are available 9am to 4pm, Monday to Friday, excluding bank holidays. Use the link below to start a consultation.
If you have an eye emergency outside of these hours, call NHS 111 or go to your local emergency department.
The King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Ophthalmology team see patients at:
If you are an Ophthalmology patient at one of these hospitals and you have an urgent query, you can contact us on:
If you have a minor eye problem please contact the South East London Minor Eye Conditions Service.