Mr Manzar Saeed is a senior consultant at the BMI Sandringham Hospital and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn. He also runs a private practice at Harley Street London. He trained at the world famous St Thomas Hospital; King’s College Hospital, Moorfields Eye Hospital, Western Eye Hospital London and Tennent Institute of Ophthalmology in Glasgow. Mr Saeed has been the Clinical Lead for his department at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and represents Ophthalmology at the Medical Advisory Committee for the BMI Sandringham.
He established Vitreoretinal surgery in this the West Norfolk region and was awarded the Clinical Excellence Award.
He is a highly experienced ophthalmic surgeon having done well over 15,000 cataract procedure with expertise in minimally invasive cataract surgery as well as complex cataract surgery and trauma. He has special expertise in refractive lens surgery to remove glasses and offers range of procedures including multifocal, extended depth of focus, toric and phakic lens implants for patients with extreme refractive errors who are otherwise considered unsuitable for LASIK surgery.
As a Vitreoretinal surgeon he offers comprehensive treatment for retinal disorders including retinal detachment, macular hole, epiretinal membrane, floaters, trauma, diabetic eye diseases and telescopic lens implant for age related macular degeneration.
Mr Saeed also offer wide range of services for all general eye disorders including dry eyes, glaucoma, lid diseases. He also accepts referrals for specialist second opinion.
In addition to heavy service commitment he is committed to train retinal fellows. He has been external examiner for MSc Optometry at City University London. In his current role, he teaches students of Cambridge University and the University of Est Anglia. Mr Saeed is the Royal College of Ophthalmologists faculty on assessment for the GMC Specialist Registration. He has been External Examiner for MSc Optometry at the City University.