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DBCG (UK) LIMITED

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DBCG (UK) LIMITED (08163185)

DBCG (UK)

Phone: +44 (0)2088 528 522
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ABOUT DBCG (UK) LIMITED

Estimates are available before treatment on request to the secretariat. We will provide all reasonable help to patients to ensure the best possible pricing, but it is important for patients with private medical insurance to understand that any shortfall is their liability.

Unusually, we provide personal injury reports for a fixed fee (subject to certain conditions: please ask), and also offer a discount if we fail to meet deadlines.

Please contact the office for further information and current terms of business.

We are happy to arrange for Professor Claoué to discuss cases with you: please contact the office to arrange a mutually convenient time for a teleconference.

"In so many ways it is just easier, instead of having to put my eyes in first I can just pop out whenever I want, doing things impulsively without planning to take glasses, contacts lenses, pots and solutions and so. Now I just get up and go."

After surgery, vision may still be slightly blurry in the first few days after the operation - the eye will be inflamed and need time to settle before the full vision is returned. A change in glasses may be needed after the operation, before the full benefits are realised. Old glasses may be worn after the operation if this helps the sight; they will not do the eye any harm. Sunglasses may be useful if lights are found to be very dazzling - do what keeps comfortable and allows you to see best. Drugs given as eye drops will be needed after the operation, usually for 4 weeks. These are important to minimise the risk of infection and to help the eye inflammation settle quickly - please use them regularly as instructed. In some cases they may need to be continued longer, but the consultant will provide instructions to this effect. The eye should not be painful after the operation - a scratchy feeling or a mild ache is quite usual and should settle with painkillers such as paracetamol. Should the eye become very painful, and especially if the vision from the eye worsens then you should contact the practice immediately.

DBCG UK Ltd is happy to assist patients who have eye diseases and who wish to see a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon privately. Our principal Consultant Eye Surgeon is

Assistance with private appointments can be obtained from DBCG UK Ltd via e-mail

KEY FINANCES

Year
2016
Assets
£48.55k ▼ £-22.1k (-31.28 %)
Cash
£27.74k ▼ £-22.08k (-44.31 %)
Liabilities
£23.72k ▲ £3.32k (16.26 %)
Net Worth
£24.83k ▼ £-25.41k (-50.58 %)

REGISTRATION INFO

Company name
DBCG (UK) LIMITED
Company number
08163185
Status
Active
Categroy
Private Limited Company
Date of Incorporation
31 Jul 2012
Age - 10 years
Home Country
United Kingdom

CONTACTS

Website
www.thelondoneyespecialists.co.uk
Phones
+44 (0)2088 528 522
+44 (0)2075 157 861
02088 528 522
02075 157 861
02079 354 444
02074 835 148
01277 695 695
01277 232 525
Registered Address
36 NEW ATLAS WHARF,
3 ARNHEM PLACE,
LONDON,
E14 3SS

ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES

86220
Specialists medical practice activities

LAST EVENTS

24 Apr 2017
Total exemption small company accounts made up to 31 July 2016
28 Jul 2016
Confirmation statement made on 23 July 2016 with updates
15 Mar 2016
Total exemption small company accounts made up to 31 July 2015

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Last update 2018

DBCG (UK) LIMITED DIRECTORS

Claoué De Gohr Charles Marie Philippe Professor

  Acting PSC
Appointed
31 July 2012
Occupation
Director
Role
Director
Age
66
Nationality
British
Address
63 New Atlas Wharf, 3 Arnhem Place, London, United Kingdom, E14 3SS
Country Of Residence
United Kingdom
Name
CLAOUÉ DE GOHR, Charles Marie Philippe, Professor
Notified On
6 April 2016
Nature Of Control
Ownership of shares – More than 25% but not more than 50%

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