Dr Tahera Bhojani-Lynch
MBChB, MRCOphth, CertLRS, MBCAM, DipCS
Dr Bhojani-Lynch graduated in 1989 from Aberdeen University Medical School, and became qualified as a Member of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists in 2007.
Her career started in the NHS, where she worked at the Royal Victoria Infirmary. She then worked on the professional surgical unit at the Queen Elizabeth II hospital before starting her journey in ophthalmic training at Worcester Eye Hospital and gaining the position of Senior House Officer.
She then moved onto the North Riding Infirmary in Middlesbrough, gaining enough experience in corneal graft surgery and glaucoma to become the training officer for nursing staff in the Eye Casualty department.
Dr Bhojani-Lynch was appointed Registrar at Derby Royal Infirmary in 1994 before moving to one of the most renowned departments in the UK, the prestigious Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham.
Dr Bhojani-Lynch has gained experience in cornea, glaucoma, and paediatric ophthalmology, as well as having the opportunity to pass these skills onto others and becoming heavily involved in the research of glaucoma drugs, leading to international recognition.
Dr Bhojani-Lynch is incredibly established, with memberships with the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons, the British Medical Association, and the British Association of Pharmaceutical Physicians. She has also received certification in refractive surgery from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.
She joined Ultralase in 2000.
Treatments Offered at Optimax/Ultralase
Laser Eye Surgery
Current NHS Trust
Nottingham University Hospital
Expertise / Specialist Areas
- Corneal refractive surgery
- LASIK and LASEK specialising in unusual prescriptions and high astigmatism
- Specialist in aesthetic medicine, international KOL and public speaker
- Trained pharmaceutical physician with an interest in Pharmacovigilance (safety of medicines)
Success Rate: 97%*
Satisfaction Rate: 99%**
Surgeon Satisfaction Rate: 96%**
† Figures inclusive of NHS and private facility treatments.
* Percentage of patients reaching binocular unaided driving standard vision (20/40) taken from audit period 01/01/2019 to 30/06/2019
** Satisfaction rates taken from patient surveys 01/01/2019 to 30/06/2019
Figures Accurate as of 05/03/2020