Mr Shabbir Mohamed is a highly skilled ophthalmologist based in Birmingham and the West Midlands, who specialises in treating cataracts, glaucoma, and ocular surface disease, among other eye conditions. He treats patients with medical and surgical techniques, including the use of laser technology. He is an innovator, developing creative ways of delivering top quality care to his patients.
Mr Mohamed qualified in medicine from Manchester Medical School (University of Manchester) in 1996, before training in general ophthalmology in the West Midlands. He then completed advanced training in glaucoma and the management of corneal and external disease. He is fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.
Mr Shabbir Mohamed has successfully established a community ophthalmic clinic at the Sutton Medical Consulting Centre and developed a complex glaucoma service at University Hospital Birmingham. His philosophy is that caring for patients and easing their pain is a privilege and is keen to ensure that his service is top quality. To this end, he prospectively audits his surgical service to ensure that standards are maintained, and participates in regular surveys of patient satisfaction. This, combined with his research into developing new treatments and optimising patient outcomes, makes him a leader in his field.