Ms Brinda Shah 

Ms Shah started as a Consultant Ophthalmologist specialising in glaucoma at Yeovil District Hospital in 2014.  
She also has a wide experience in cataract surgery and other general eye conditions.  
Prior to Yeovil, she completed a Glaucoma and A&E fellowship at Moorfields Eye Hospital, as well as glaucoma fellowships sponsored by the International Council of Ophthalmology from Mainz, University, Germany and the prestigious L V Prasad Eye Insitute, Hyderabad, India. She completed a Masters degree in Ophthalmology through Saurashtra University India in 2000.  
She completed her training with a research and clinical fellow in Guys and St Thomas Hospitals NHS Trust, London in 2012 and went on to work as a Locum Consultant in Glaucoma at Kings College Hospital NHS foundation trust, London until April 2014 before joining Yeovil Hospital.  
During the course of her career, she has undertaken several courses for teaching and training and has actively participated in local teaching programmes in the NHS setting including teaching for medical students, Ophthalmology trainees, Nurse practitioners, Optometrists , Orthoptists and Health care assistants.  
Ms Shah is now the speciality lead for clinical research in ophthalmology for the South West Peninsula and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and is on the specialist register of the General Medical Council, UK 

Mr Paritosh Shah 

Mr Pari Shah has been a consultant ophthalmologist at Yeovil District Hospital since 2014.  
He specialises in retinal conditions such as age-related macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy, besides cataract surgery and other ophthalmic conditions. He has set up the retinal service at Yeovil Hospital and streamlined the pathway for injection treatments for macular degeneration, retinal vascular occlusions and diabetic macular oedema.  
Having completed several training fellowships at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, Mainz University, Germany, and L V Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad, India, Mr Shah has a wide experience in dealing with medical and surgical vitreoretinal conditions. As an undergraduate, Mr Shah won the Gold medal for MBBS and Pharmacology and went on to complete a Masters degree in Ophthalmology in 2000.  
He is the clinical lead for ophthalmology at Yeovil District Hospital and also works closely with the Somerset Diabetic Eye Screening Programme. He is the principal investigator at Yeovil Hospital for the CANDLE trial investigating new treatment options for diabetic macular oedema.  
He strongly believes in involving patients in their care, so supports local patient focus groups for macular conditions.  
He has been actively involved with teaching and training throughout his career and went on to attain a Post graduate certificate in health education from Herefordshire University in 2013. 
Mr Shah is a Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, and is on the specialist register of the General Medical Council, UK. 

Fiona Kirk 

Fiona has worked in the NHS for 14 years, first on the stroke ward and then the private Kingston Wing as a health care assistant. 
She has been with the eye clinic at Yeovil Hospital since in 2008, becoming an assistant practitioner in 2016. 
She is well versed with carrying out all the tests required for the various eye conditions. 
Fiona has lived in the area all her life working in Yeovil and Sherborne. 
She has two beautiful daughters aged 17 and 19. 
She is passionate about her horse and on her days off she is seen riding around the country side! 
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