Optos Ultrawide Field Imaging is now in Mauritius!
The Eye Clinic was launched to bring British ophthalmology to the Mauritian doorstep.
We are a modern, paperless and highly specialised practice supported by internationally-renowned providers of equipment and technology.
We aspire to being Investors in people and are always in pursuit of excellence and innovation.
Raawiyah worked as a pre-primary school teacher before she joined The Eye Clinic in 2017. She is gifted with great patience and will give you all the time you need! Raawiyah has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Humanities and is the first in Mauritius to be accredited as a Certified Ophthalmic Technician by the International Joint Commission On Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology (IJCAHPO). She has been awarded the IWantGreatCare Certificate of Excellence for 2021.
Abdullah joined The Eye Clinic in September 2022 having recently completed his Diploma in Nursing from Polytechnics Mauritius. He has a keen interest in ophthalmology, is a quick learner and handles the slit-lamp like a pro! He is preparing for accreditation as a Certified Ophthalmic Assistant and will also be pursuing a degree in Nursing.
Nedjema is a born academic. She has a Master of Medical Science from The University of Glasgow where she has also taught and conducted research. After moving to Mauritius, she worked as a Senior Lecturer at Apollo Bramwell Nursing School. A short career break later, we managed to “steal” her! Nedjema has an insatiable appetite for new knowledge and as of the 8th March 2021 is the second to hold the accreditation of Certified Ophthalmic Assistant in Mauritius.
Without Pamela's dedication to keeping The Eye Clinic at its best all the time, we quite simply would not be able to function. She is an accomplished home-maker who looks after The Eye Clinic's premises with great care and attention to cleanliness and hygiene. We are very grateful to her for her fantastic work.
Meet our inhouse superhero! He can fix anything and always responds when called to the rescue. Like all superheroes, he is rarely seen at headquarters (The Eye Clinic). You may spot him at the controls of our TECmobile, if you are lucky.
The Eye Clinic is always on the lookout for talented individuals who want to make a difference. We offer great experience in a friendly environment with lots of opportunities. If you think you would fit in, send us a brief email, a CV and a smile!
Microincisional (25G/27G) vitrectomy using the finest instruments is our standard approach. We treat retinal detachment, macular hole, epiretinal membrane, complications from diabetic retinopathy, amongst others.
We offer microincisional cataract and lens exchange surgery using premium monofocal, monofocal plus and multifocal implants to achieve freedom from spectacles and contact lenses.
Patients with sight-threatening conditions like diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and vein occlusion require frequent injections of drugs like ranibizumab, aflibercept and dexamethasone into the eye. We only use licensed, approved medications.
Laser to the retina is required in a number of different situations. In Mauritius, advanced diabetic retinopathy is by far the most common indication. Laser is also required to treat breaks in order to prevent retinal detachment.
YAG laser allows precise incisions to be made without actually resorting to surgery. It is the treatment of choice for posterior capsular opacification (secondary cataract) and in acute glaucoma.
The Eye Clinic is the first in Mauritius to offer sight-saving conventional diode laser treatment; a measure of last resort for the most severe cases of glaucoma. We also offer newer micropulse treatment (μCPC) which can help to delay or avoid filtration surgery,
OCT is an indispensable diagnostic tool in managing diseases of the retina. The Eye Clinic offers an in-house service.
We offer automated perimetry using revolutionary technology based on a virtual reality platform. Visual field testing is essential in managing glaucoma and evaluating patients with neuro-ophthalmological complaints.
We offer an immersive patient experience made possible through the use of sophisticated imaging devices which allow patients and their relatives to witness, in real time, findings from their visit to The Eye Clinic. We are proudly the first to have introduced Optomap ultrawide field retinal imaging in Mauritius.
We proudly own Sonomed-Escalon's ultrasound device which allows us to "look into" the eye when light no longer travels in. Our patients with complex vitreoretinal problems and neglected cataract benefit enormously from this technology being at hand.
We offer in-house corneal topography and aberrometry for the benefit of patients having premium cataract and lens exchange surgery. Built-in algorithms within our topographer also allow the detection and monitoring of keratoconus.
Zohra Rajah has fought hard for the rights of the disabled in Mauritius. She was The Eye Clinic's Practice Manager until she retired in early 2020. We, like so many others in this country, will forever be grateful for her dedication and commitment.
Siven, as we affectionately knew him, contributed enormously to growing The Eye Clinic into the state-of-the facility that it is. With him around, we felt we could bring anything from anywhere in the world to serve our patients. A real gem, he passed away peacefully in late 2021.
Haadia was our Intern at The Eye Clinic before heading off to the University of Manchester to complete her degree. During her time with us, she demonstrated exemplary diligence and dynamism. Haadia sets the bar very high for our future Interns!
Please contact us with any questions, comments, or scheduling inquiries you may have. We have a fantastic team of clinical assistants who will gladly help.
Appointments can be booked online but may not always be available. We prioritise patients with retinal urgencies who are referred by colleagues. A written referral always makes an enormous difference!
22 Enniskillen Street, 11412 Port Louis, Mauritius
Monday - Friday: 8AM–4PM