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Diabetic retinopathy is caused when diabetes affects the small blood vessels in the retina, the part of the eye that acts rather like a film in a camera.Read more →
Screening is an effective way of detecting diabetic retinopathy as soon as possible.
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We can confirm that there was an issue on 27th March 2018 with our diabetic eye screening invitation-related letters. We sincerely apologise for this error and can confirm that the problem was resolved quickly and is being thoroughly investigated.
The corrected letters were resent to anyone affected on Tuesday 3rd April 2018. The letter included a pre-paid envelope as we would really appreciate the incorrect letters being returned to us.
If you wish to speak to someone about this matter, please call the Bookings Office on 01284 848418
For patients referred to the programme by their General Practice, we are responsible for inviting, screening, grading & referring to the Hospital Eye Services as required. The programme has almost 125,000 patients with diabetes.
The programme engages a large team of 25 qualified screeners & a small number of community optometrists who are contracted to assist.