Imperial College London

Mr Ronald Kam

Faculty of MedicineDepartment of Surgery & Cancer

Honorary Clinical Lecturer







G.3.47Chelsea and Westminster HospitalChelsea and Westminster Campus





Ronald Kam is a Consultant Ophthalmologist at Moorfields Eye Hospital and at Satasairaala in Pori, which is a large central regional hospital in Finland.  He is a subspecialist surgeon in the fields of glaucoma and cataract. He qualified from the Imperial College School of Medicine and completed ophthalmic specialist training in London. He trained at Hillingdon Hospital, the Western Eye Hospital and Moorfields Eye Hospital, where he served as Senior Resident before completing a glaucoma fellowship.

He has won a patient safety award from the Royal Society of Medicine for surgical safety innovation and his team has received a commendation from a UK-wide awards programme for improvements to emergency eye treatment.



Serebryanska T, Kam KY, 2018, Rolling out emergency treatment boxes for bacterial endophthalmitis, The Pharmaceutical Journal, ISSN:0031-6873

Kam KYR, Muhundhakumar D, Barton K, et al., 2018, Re: Lim et al.: XEN implant-related endophthalmitis (Ophthalmology. 2018;125:209)., Ophthalmology, Vol:125

Negretti G, Kang S, Basheer K, et al., 2017, Patient and staff awareness of ophthalmic treatment costs, British Journal of Healthcare Management, ISSN:1358-0574


Kam R, Buddle S, Waldie L, et al., 2017, Resuscitation skills in a dedicated eye hospital – A questionnaire and viral campaign, Elsevier BV, Pages:e65-e65, ISSN:0300-9572

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