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Dr Amynah Goawalla studied medicine at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Medical School in London and qualified as a doctor in 1999. She went on to specialise in ophthalmology and completed the bulk of her higher surgical training at Moorfields Eye Hospital. She developed further sub-specialist expertise in oculoplastic surgery after undertaking fellowships in Brighton and then in Cardiff, Wales. Dr Goawalla has been practising as a consultant eye surgeon since 2013. She joined Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust as a substantive consultant in 2017 where she does emergency and general ophthalmology with a continued specialist surgical focus on cataract and oculoplastic surgery.


Cataract, eyelid lumps, bumps and tumours, ectropion, entropion and ptosis, external eye disease, dry eye and lacrimal disease (watery eyes)

Research & publications

1. A prospective randomized treatment study comparing three treatment options for chalazia: triamcinolone acetonide injections, incision and curettage and treatment with hot compresses. Clin Experiment Ophthalmol. 2007 Nov, 35(8), 706-12

2. A prospective study exploring the construct validity of the EYESi VR simulator by comparing novices, trainees and experts in their performance on the simulator. MEd thesis, 2010

3. Three cases of euthyroid orbital inflammation: is this actually ‘latent’ Graves' orbitopathy? BOPSS, Bristol, 2013

4. What constitutes full informed consent in NHS cataract surgery? A study revisiting the variations in what patients are told prior to cataract surgery with a particular focus on refractive outcome options where appropriate (2017)

Private practice

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