When you visit our clinic, you will receive the best care available, with close attention paid to every detail. All of our patients receive the same high standard of treatment, both before and after their procedures. Here at My-iClinic, our eye aftercare schedule is very thorough, giving our patients total peace of mind.
Due at the time of booking. The consultation fee will be deducted from the price of the procedure if you decide to go ahead. We have a 48-hour cancellation policy where we are happy to refund your deposit, however, after 48 hours you are more than welcome to re-book your appointment but we will not offer a refund.Find out More
This price covers patients for all post-op visits, treatment of any unforeseen complications up to four weeks after discharge from the episode. Occasionally it is necessary to charge extra if the patient has a very complicated or advanced cataract. Such extra charges would be discussed in advance of surgery.Find out More
This covers a full year of glaucoma outpatient management, as many visits as required to control eye pressure and as many tests including visual fields as necessary. It does not include the cost of any surgery.Find out More
What does Laser treatment include?
The prices for Laser Surgery procedures include follow-up appointments up to one year. Other ophthalmic conditions unrelated to the Laser Surgery are not included.
Macular Degeneration Injections (cost per injection)
Where a patient has many tests at a single visit the cost of all the tests and consultation is capped at £350. In this way any outpatient visit is never more than £350.
How patients pay for their treatment:
All patients, whether insured or not, are legally responsible to pay all the costs of their treatment.
There are three main areas our patients must pay for:
Consultations – Paid for at the end of the outpatient appointment
Tests – Paid for at the end of the outpatient appointment
Surgery – Paid for before treatment begins
Uninsured patients pay for consultation and tests before they leave the clinic at the end of their appointment. Uninsured patients pay for their surgery before going to theatre.
Payment by debit or credit card is preferred. These payments can be taken on the day when the patient arrives for surgery; cash can also be taken on the day. Large denomination notes such as £50s will be checked with a pen to ensure they are not forgeries.
Cheque payments must be cleared into My-iClinic account before the day of surgery. This usually takes at least a week. Bacs payments must similarly be cleared into the account prior to surgery.
Insured patients, irrespective of their insurer, must have the payment of their consultation and tests pre-authorised. That means that their insurer has agreed in advance that they will pay for the consultation and tests.
Insured patients proceeding to surgery must have their surgery pre-authorised. That means that their insurer has agreed to pay the charges for their surgery.
It is the responsibility of the patient to arrange pre-authorisation with their insurer and to provide My-iClinic with the pre-authorisation code. If the patient wants My-iClinic to liaise on their behalf with their insurer a non refundable fee of £150 is payable to My-iClinic.
The patient must pay any shortfall where the insurer does not pay the full amount invoiced.