Miss Anna Mead is a consultant ophthalmologist with exceptional knowledge and skill. She provides patients with support for a wide range of eye symptoms and conditions, most notably cataracts and glaucoma.
Miss Mead is an expert in general ophthalmology as well as specialist surgeries. She regularly performs routine and complex procedures including cataract surgery and lens replacement using intraocular lenses (IOLs). She also performs glaucoma surgeries, including MIGS (minimally invasive glaucoma surgery) and laser treatment for glaucoma.
Her undergraduate training took place at Robinson College, Cambridge, and she qualified with honours from Cambridge University Clinical School. Following her studies, she trained at several prominent eye clinics, including Moorfields Eye Hospital, a specialist NHS eye hospital, which is where she combined her clinical training with academic research by completing a PhD in glaucoma surgery. This research has led her to publish and present her work at national and international meetings.
Miss Mead has significant teaching and training experience. Among her many positions, she is currently the Head of the School for Ophthalmology for Health Education England Thames Valley (HEETV), has been a college tutor for Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and was the HEETV Lead for Simulation tutor at the Royal College of Ophthalmologists. Here, she still provides support for struggling trainees in her Communication in Education role.
Private patients can access Miss Mead’s outstanding care at her clinics in Great Missenden, Aylesbury and High Wycombe. She also dedicates her practice to the public sector at the Buckinghamshire NHS Trust, from which she has received a Clinical Excellence Award for her commitment to first-rate patient care.