Mr Ramesh Sivaraj

Mr Ramesh Sivaraj

Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon

QualificationsM.B.B.S, MS, DNB, PG Cert Medical Science, FRCS Ed and FRCOphth

Languages spoken:English

Main NHS base:

  • University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Clinical interests:

  • Principal & Co-investigator in NIHR trials
  • Treatment of macular disease
  • Treatment of retinal vascular & diabetic disease

Fees, Training & Background:

Mr Ramesh Sivaraj qualified from Madras Medical College and completed his post-graduate training in India, Birmingham and London. He has completed retinal fellowships from Sankara Nethralya in India, Birmingham and Midland Eye Centre and Moorfields Eye Hospital, London.

Mr Sivaraj specialises in medical retinal, macula and cataract services. He was previously Clinical Director of the Ophthalmic department and diabetic lead at Heart of England NHS Trust and is now the research lead for Ophthalmology across Solihull, Good Hope and Heartlands hospitals.  He has recently been appointed to the International Medical Graduates sub-committee of the Royal College of Ophthalmology.

In August 2015, Mr. Sivaraj was awarded the Clinical Excellence Award, which is a national award from the Macula Society. He has also recently received an Innovation voucher from Aston University towards the development of “Pocket Ophthalmology” which is a mobile app- the first of it’s kind in the UK.


Click here for Mr Sivaraj’s publications.