Mr Craig Goldsmith is a renowned consultant ophthalmologist in Great Yarmouth, who specialises in small incision cataract surgery, retinal surgery, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, virectomy and intravitreal therapies. For nearly 15 years, he has attended to patients at James Paget University Hospital, the largest hospital in Great Yarmouth.
He graduated in medicine from the world famous University of Cambridge, and while travelling around Africa he gained substantial inspiration while spending time in a rural eye clinic. He has also worked in A and E and general medicine. He later went on to pass the Fellowship Exam of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists with the highest mark in his year group.
Mr Goldsmith has been the clinical lead for the East Anglian Diabetic Retinal Screening Service, a national peer reviewer for Public Health England and a medical director for Health Intelligence LTD. He has been an investigator on numerous clinical trials and has published a large number of research papers and articles. He is a collaborator on the world's largest dataset for retinal detachment and macular hole, BEAVRS. His audit data for these conditions far exceed the national standard for successful surgery.