Eye Day Unit
Following your eye injection do NOT rub your eye. Use paper tissues, not handkerchiefs. It is normal:
For the eye to be sore for 24 hours
For the eye to be red for a few days
To see extra floaters in your vision for a few days
If the eye gets more painful, becomes more red or sticky, or your vision gets worse, you must contact us for advice
If you have any problems please contact:
• Medical retina specialist nurse 01642 850850 extension 5644
Monday to Friday, 8am until 5pm
• Eye casualty on 01642 854096
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust would like your feedback. If you wish to share your experience about your care and treatment or on behalf of a patient, please contact The Patient Experience Department who will advise you on how best to do this.
This service is based at The James Cook University Hospital but also covers the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton, our community hospitals and community health services.