Ms Amynah Goawalla is a highly experienced consultant ophthalmologist. She has particular expertise in complex cataract surgery (with standard and premium lens implants (which reduce or eliminate the need for spectacles), oculoplastic (eyelid) surgery and she has a special interest in neuro-ophthalmology.

She sees both self pay and insured private patients at:

The London Clinic at 119 Harley Street, London


Bupa Cromwell Hospital in Kensington, London


The Western Ophthalmic Hospital (Imperial Private Healthcare), London

For further information or to arrange an appointment to see her for an initial consultation, please call her secretary Ellie, on 02038838547 or email

Dr Amynah Goawalla studied medicine at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Medical School in London and qualified as a doctor in 1999. She went on to specialise in ophthalmology and completed the bulk of her higher surgical training at Moorfields Eye Hospital.

She developed further sub-specialist expertise in oculoplastic surgery after undertaking fellowships in Brighton and then in Cardiff, Wales. Dr Goawalla has been practising as a consultant eye surgeon since 2013.

Dr Goawalla also holds a BSc (Hons) in immunology from the University of London and a Master’s degree in Surgical Education from Imperial College, London.
She joined Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust as a substantive consultant in 2017. At this central London, world renowned, teaching hospital NHS Trust, she undertakes and teaches emergency and general ophthalmology as well as complex cataract surgery, all of which she very much enjoys.

As a highly experienced eye surgeon, her continued specialist focus is on standard and complex cataract surgery, with both standard and premium lens implants.

In addition, her specialist range of expertise includes a variety oculoplastic surgery, including a focus on blepharoplasty (removal of excess eyelid skin folds), ptosis surgery (droopy eyelid surgery), ectropion and entropion correction (correction of eyelid malposition), removal of benign and cancerous eyelid growths with reconstruction of the eyelid region thereafter.

In her spare time, Dr Goawalla, enjoys painting, walking and travelling. She is passionate about giving back and has had the opportunity to undertake community work locally as well as to volunteer her surgical skills in South East Asia where she undertook cataract and eyelid surgery