Mrs Rupal Shenoy

Surgeon

Ophthalmologist

Mrs Rupal Shenoy is a Consultant Ophthalmologist having recently worked at the Moorfield’s Eye Hospital and presently at the Colchester General University Hospital NHS Trust. She is a General Ophthalmologist with expertise across all sub-specialties in Ophthalmology and a special interest in Ocular Oncology, Ophthalmic Ultrasound and evaluation of retinal moles and other lesions. She specialises in cataract surgery, eyelid surgery and laser eye surgery (for after cataract surgery and glaucoma).

She obtained her basic medical qualification from Bombay University with a distinction in undergraduate Ophthalmology. She then went on to specialise and train in Ophthalmology and completed a Master of Surgery degree in Ophthalmology for which she was awarded a Gold Medal for outstanding performance. She qualified as a Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 1999. She gained further experience and training at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust where she continued to work for 16 years. A large number of cataract operations and eyelid surgery were undertaken in this time. Further training in Ocular Oncology was obtained at the Moorfield’s Eye Hospital. During this time she gained a further in depth knowledge and experience of the most updated treatments across all sub-specialties of Ophthalmology.

Mrs Shenoy is passionate about teaching and holds a PG Certificate in Medical Education. She has been examiner and lead of undergraduate medical students for Ophthalmology whilst at Norwich and lectured junior trainees, clinicians, opticians and GP trainees. She has also been Educational Supervisor and trainer and has led Clinical Governance and Patient Safety. She is currently Associate Postgraduate Dean for SAS Doctors at Health Education, East of England.

Mrs Shenoy strongly believes in providing the highest standards of care to her patients. She believes that good communication helps provide clarity with regards to the risks and benefits of all treatment options and helps in making appropriate clinical decisions with and for her patients leading to successful outcomes and patient satisfaction.