Mr Panagiotis Georgoudis
QualificationsPtychio Iatrikes Degree in Medicine (MB BS Equivalent)
Main NHS base:
Whipps Cross University Hospital - Barts Health NHS
– General adult Ophthalmology
– Microincision cataract surgery
– Corneal transplants
– Ocular Surface Disease
– Dry eyes
– Pterygium Surgery
Fees, Training & Background:
Mr Panagiotis Georgoudis was appointed as a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at Whipps Cross University Hospital (Barts Health) in 2018.
He is the lead for the cornea service at and the clinical governance and audit lead for Ophthalmology at Whipps Cross.
He has a special interest in cornea, anterior segment, ocular surface disease and cataract surgery.
He graduated from the Medical School of the University of Athens in 1998. After serving in the Hellenic Navy as an Ensign Medical Officer, he specialized in Ophthalmology, training at the Royal Surrey County Hospital, Ashford and St Peter’s Hospital, Epsom & St Helier’s Hospitals, Birmingham & Midland Eye Centre, Dudley Hospital and Bristol Eye Hospital. He is on the Specialist Register for Ophthalmology since March 2011.
He has completed a two year’s Fellowship in Cornea, Anterior Segment and Keratorefractive Surgery at the World renowned Corneoplastic Unit at Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead.
He went on to complete an 18 month’s Fellowship in Refractive Surgery at Emmetropia Mediterranean Eye Institute in Crete.
He is a member of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and a Fellow of the European Board of Ophthalmology.
He was awarded the 1st place in the European Board of Ophthalmology Exams in 2010 and he received the “Spyros Georgaras” Scholarship from the Hellenic Society of Intraocular Implant and Refractive Surgery in 2013.
He has broad experience in the management of corneal disease, in corneal transplantation and complex cataract surgery.
He has a keen interest in teaching and is frequently invited as a speaker and faculty to international meetings.
Personal website address:
The Royal College of Ophthalmologists
Hellenic Society of Intraocular Implant and Refractive Surgery