Mr Lavnish Joshi

Mr Lavnish Joshi

Mr Lavnish Joshi is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon and Vitreoretinal Surgeon based in West London and Surrey.

He obtained his medical degree from St George’s Hospital and Medical School, University of London before training as an ophthalmic surgeon in Birmingham, Surrey and Moorfields Eye Hospital, London. Mr Joshi completed advanced training from Fellowships in Medical and Surgical Retina in Toronto (Canada) and Bristol Eye Hospital. Mr Lavish Joshi comes well recommended, you can read some of his patient reviews on “iWantGreatCare”.

He has a keen interest in teaching and has been awarded with a Masters in Surgical Education. He is a College Tutor for ophthalmic trainees and runs a Retina Fellowship at Ashford and St Peter’s Hospital. In addition, he also teaches on the Masters in Ophthalmology at University College London (UCL). He completed his research doctorate (MD) at Moorfields Eye Hospital/ Institute of Ophthalmology.

Mr Joshi joined Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals as a consultant in 2016, where he set up and leads the surgical retina service, which includes diagnosing and treating patients locally with techniques not previously available there.

His special interests include routine/complex cataract surgery, including fixing complications, intravitreal injection therapy for diabetic eye disease/macular degeneration/retinal vein occlusion, floaters, surgical treatments for macular holes and retinal detachments, including minimally invasive treatments for retinal detachments that allow faster recovery times for patients. He is also responsible for screening and treating retinopathy of prematurity in Surrey.


More information about Mr Lavnish Joshi

BSc – 2001

MBBS – 2004

MRCOphth – 2007

MEd – 2008

MD – 2011

FRCOphth – 2013

St George’s Hospital and Medical School

Birmingham and Midland Eye Centre

Moorfields Eye Hospital

Royal Surrey County Hospital

Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals

Vitreoretinal Surgery & Medical Retina, Toronto

Vitreoretinal Surgery, Bristol Eye Hospital

General Medical Council

Royal College of Ophthalmologists

British Medical Association

British and Eire Vitreoretinal Society

Lens Surgery

Cataract surgery (including complex cases)

Retinal Surgery

Retinal surgery for macular holes, epiretinal membranes, retinal detachments, diabetic retinopathy

Laser Eye Surgery

Laser for retinal problems, YAG laser for narrow angle glaucoma, YAG laser lens capsule clouding

Intravitreal Injections 

Intravitreal injections for macular degeneration, retinal vein occlusions and diabetic retinopathy

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