Rochdale Ophthalmology CATS
High quality care

Putting patients first at Rochdale Ophthalmology CATS

Everything we do at Rochdale Ophthalmology CATS is designed to make your treatment as straightforward as possible. 

We schedule your treatment for a pre-booked time so you know when it’s going to happen, and we ensure that as much of the diagnosis and treatment can happen in a single visit, to save you time.  

We use the latest technology, which helps us to get to the root of the problem faster.

Our facilities are clean, bright and modern, and our teams are highly experienced and friendly.

We maintain our high standards by surveying our patients regularly to find out how we can improve what we do. Find out what our patients say about us.

 

Our news

Contact lens story a prompt to check your eyes

Contact lens story a prompt to check your eyes

July 18 2017

When a woman from Birmingham visited hospital for a routine cataract operation, her surgeons were shocked to find 27 contact lenses in her eye which then had to be removed.

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Outstanding CQC rating for Rochdale eye care service

Outstanding CQC rating for Rochdale eye care service

May 8 2017

Rochdale NHS Ophthalmology Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service (CATS) has been named as the first specialist ophthalmology service in the country to receive an ‘outstanding’ rating by the national standards watchdog, the Care Quality Commission.

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Surgery helps 90 year old Rochdale man keep working and driving

Surgery helps 90 year old Rochdale man keep working and driving

July 1 2015

Ninety-year-old Mr Denis Stanford is remarkable in many ways – not only does he still work as an engineer but he drives to work and now, thanks to cataract surgery, he is able to keep on with his activities.

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Eye service managers from Plymouth to Rochdale say ‘no need for NHS patients to pay for cataract surgery’

Eye service managers from Plymouth to Rochdale say ‘no need for NHS patients to pay for cataract surgery’

April 27 2015

Managers of NHS services from Plymouth and Rochdale want local people to know that the recent suggestion that NHS patients should self-fund cataract surgery to beat long waiting lists is misleading and unnecessary in many parts of England.

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