Eye Department staff

  1. Craniofacial Ophthalmic Consultant Surgeon

    Mr Joseph Abbott

    Craniofacial Ophthalmic Consultant Surgeon
  2. Consultant Ophthalmologist and Fellowship Programme Director

    Mr Manoj V Parulekar

    Consultant Ophthalmologist and Fellowship Programme Director
  3. Consultant Paediatric Ophthalmologist

    Miss Sally Painter

    Consultant Paediatric Ophthalmologist
  4. Specialist Optometrist

    Bruce Fisher

    Specialist Optometrist
  5. Specialist Optometrist

    Harpreet Phull

    Specialist Optometrist
  6. Retinoblastoma Nurse Specialist

    Maureen McCalla

    Retinoblastoma Nurse Specialist
Total results: 6

Eye Department visiting consultants

Mrs Archana Kulkarni

Archana KulkarniArchana Kulkarni is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at South Warwickshire NHS Trust and Birmingham Children’s Hospital since 2014.

Mrs Kulkarni completed her graduation and masters in Ophthalmology from Pune University, India, followed by ophthalmology training in the West Midlands and paediatric ophthalmology fellowship at Birmingham Children's Hospital and a combined paediatric ophthalmology and neuro-ophthalmology fellowship at Leicester Royal Infirmary.

She leads the paediatric ophthalmology and adult ocular motility service at Warwick Hospital.  At Birmingham Children's Hospital, she contributes to the rare diabetes service. 

Archana has an active research interest with several contributions to scientific publications. She has an interest in childhood visual impairment and has founded the Warwickshire I-Sight Support (WISS) group to integrate support for children and young adults with visual impairment and also is actively involved with similar international projects.

Professor Sunil Shah

Professor Sunil Shah Professor Sunil Shah qualified from St. Georges Hospital Medical School and completed his post-graduate training in Torquay, Exeter, Manchester and Nottingham. He has been a Consultant at the Birmingham and Midland Eye Centre since 2000 where he runs a cornea and cataract service. 

Professor Shah is a Section Editor for the British Journal of Ophthalmology and a reviewer for a number of other journals. He is also an honorary Professor at the University of Ulster and a Visiting Professor at Aston University. Professor Shah also provides specialist advice to NICE and is a representative for the Royal College of Ophthalmologists to the British Standards Institute. He is the Principle Editor and E-Tutor for the e-learning course in refractive surgery for the University of Ulster.

He represents the Royal College of Ophthalmologists on its refractive sub-committee and on its academic committee and he is a past president of the British Society for Refractive Surgery and a past council member for the British Contact Lens Association.

Mrs Purnima Mehta

Purnima Mehta Purnima Mehta is a Consultant Oculoplastic and Ophthalmic Surgeon at the University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust (UHCW) and a visiting consultant at the Birmingham Children’s Hospital. 

Mrs Mehta graduated from Kasturba Medical College, India and trained in Ophthalmology at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield and later at the Birmingham and Midland Eye Centre where she also subspecialised in the field of oculoplastic surgery. 

She specialises in eyelid and lacrimal surgery including Oculoplastic reconstructive and lacrimal surgery (eyelid abnormalities including injuries, tumours, drooping lids, inward or outward turning lids, watering eye problems and eye socket reconstruction) and also runs specialised joint Thyroid clinics at the University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire NHS trust.