Patient services at Moorfields are sub-divided into three divisions, each of which is led by one or more clinical directors to ensure that senior clinicians have greater authority and more responsibility to make decisions about the management of patient care.
Each division is supported by a general manager and a nurse manager, as well as by dedicated staff from our human resources and finance departments.
We also have a clinical director for quality and safety, Niaz Islam, who works across the entire trust.
Moorfields City Road division
- Divisional director – Dilani Siriwardena
- Divisional manager – Alison McGirr
- Clinical director, clinical support services – Kerry Tinkler
- Head of nursing – Kate Falkner
City Road is managed as a unified division and comprises outpatient services from all sub-specialities (including many referrals from highly specialised services), clinical support services, A&E, a dedicated paediatric centre and comprehensive surgical facilities. Other specialty services at City Road include adnexal, cataract, corneal, general ophthalmology, glaucoma, ocular oncology, medical retina, strabismus and vitreo-retinal. The division is also responsible for our joint working arrangements with Barts Health, Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals, and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children.
Each division is supported by a range of corporate services covering quality and safety, human resources, governance, strategy and business development and finance. Our newly established access directorate is responsible for business continuity for the trust and includes the booking centre, admissions department, health records, medical secretaries, referral to treatment team and diabetic retinal screening.
Moorfields North division
- Divisional director – Jonathan Clarke and Branka Marjanovic (job share)
- Divisional manager – Alex Stamp
- Head of nursing – Mary Masih
Moorfields at Bedford
Focused around our district hub at Bedford Hospital, this service is also responsible for activity in our community clinic at Bedford Enhanced Services Centre, known locally as Bedford Hospital North Wing.
Moorfields East is responsible for the provision of eye care in the eastern part of London, a rapidly expanding area of the capital. The directorate comprises our local surgical centres at Mile End Hospital in Whitechapel and St Ann’s Hospital in Tottenham. It also includes our community clinics at Barking Community Hospital, Loxford Polyclinic and the Sir Ludwig Guttmann Health and Wellbeing Centre in the former Olympic Village in Stratford, as well as our partnership based at the Homerton Hospital in Hackney.
Moorfields at Ealing
This clinical service provides services for patients in north west London and is focused around our district hub at Ealing Hospital.
Moorfields North West
Our Northwick Park services provide eye care for residents in north west London. It covers activity undertaken at our district hub at Northwick Park Hospital in Harrow, at our local surgical centre at Potters Bar Community Hospital, and in three of our partnerships: two in Watford and one in Wealdstone.
Moorfields South division
- Divisional director – Alison Davis
- Divisional manager – Zoe Marjoram
- Head of nursing – Michelle Hope
Moorfields South at St George’s
This division is focused around our district hub at St George’s Hospital in Tooting and encompasses responsibility for the management of four other locations in south west London, our surgical centre at Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton and our community clinics at Teddington Memorial Hospital and Nelson Health Centre in Merton.
Moorfields South at Croydon
This includes our district hub at Croydon University Hospital and our community clinic at Purley War Memorial Hospital.