Jaheed Khan

Medical qualification

Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons


Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon and BSc (Hons), MB BS, MD, FRCOphth

Jaheed Khan


  • BSc (Honours), First Class University College London, United Kingdom, 1994
  • MBBS (Lond), Royal Free Hospital School Of Medicine, University of London, United Kingdom, 1997
  • MRCOphth, Royal College of Ophthalmologists, United Kingdom, 2002
  • Certificate of eligibility into higher surgical training, Royal College of Ophthalmologists, United Kingdom, 2002
  • MD (Medical Retina), King's College London, United Kingdom, 2009
  • FRCOphth, Royal College of Ophthalmologists, United Kingdom, 2011
  • Specialist Register for Ophthalmology, General Medical Council, United Kingdom, 2011

GMC number



  • Certificate of Merit in Physiology, Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, 1993
  • Travel award for foreign medical research, Lord Mayor of London, 1994
  • Goldberg Schachman Scholarship, Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, 1994
  • Travel scholarship for research, University College London, 1994
  • De Bryn Bursary, Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, 1995
  • Ophthalmology Section, Open Meeting for Trainees Prize Finalist, Royal Society Medicine, 2005


Mr Khan is one of the most sought after eye specialities in London and the wider UK. His extensive experience as a Consultant Eye Surgeon and Clinical Lead at the world-renowned NHS Moorfields has allowed him to pioneer and become skilled in the latest technologies and practices. Patients receiving treatment from Mr Khan not only comment on how knowledgeable he is but also how approachable and trustworthy he is too. Having the unique ability to explain complex conditions in very easily understandable ways is greatly welcomed by patients.

Positions held

2012- present: Consultant eye surgeon at NHS Moorfields London

2012 - present: Senior lecturer for Moorfields medical retina residents teaching

2012- present: Honorary Consultant plastic surgeon at Hinchingbrooke Hospital

2013: Clinical lead on the lucentis treatment programme for diabetic macular oedema at Moorfields at Bedford and Hinchingbrooke Hospital

2009 - 2011: Clinical fellowship training – Medical Retina at Moorfields Eye Hospital

Clinical supervisor for the Royal College of Ophthalmologists

Invited guest lecturer for Institute of Ophthalmology and City University

2010: Undergraduate Ophthalmology Coordinator at Imperial College London

Cataract Surgery with Mr Khan Video

Specialist Technology and Equipment

Mr Khan is dedicated to providing the most up to date treatments to his patients and provides the best cataract surgery available in the world. The world of Opthalmology is always evolving, and Mr Khan is constantly innovating and utilising the latest cataract equipment, surgical techniques, and lens technology.

Mr Khan's Motivation and Inspiration

Why did you become an ophthalmic surgeon?

"I have a huge passion to make a difference in my patients’ lives and being able to perform successful cataract surgery for people is a huge privilege and honour."

Your favourite part of the patient’s surgery journey?

"My patient’s first visit after their operation and witnessing the pure joy of seeing again."

What is your favourite memory in your career?

"A patient who underwent cataract surgery in their one seeing eye and recollecting their tears of joy being able to see their grandchild’s face for the first time."


Mr Khan consults and performs cataract surgery at the state of the art London Cataract Clinic, just off Harley St. in Marylebone.

The London Cataract Clinic

29a Wimpole St





Cataract Surgery in London

Mr Jaheed Khan offers cataract surgery in our specialist eye clinic in London.


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