Dr Geoffrey Chan
Dr Chan graduated with honours in medicine from the University of Western Australia. After accomplishing his ophthalmic specialty training, he completed a fellowship position in both complex cataract and glaucoma at Fremantle and Royal Perth Hospitals, before a subsequent glaucoma fellowship at the world-leading Addenbrooke’s Eye Clinic, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He holds a Masters in Medical Science, as well as a Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education through the University of Cambridge.
Dr Chan’s research work investigates the structural and functional characteristics of the optic nerve laminar regions. He is an invited reviewer for editorial boards and has published book chapters and numerous papers in both local and international peer reviewed ophthalmic journals.
His expertise in wound healing after glaucoma surgery allows specific and tailored postoperative care plans for patients as well as optimisation of surgical outcomes.
Dr Chan was the first ophthalmic surgeon from Western Australia to successfully perform a preserflo microshunt implant and provides leading medical, laser and surgical ophthalmic expertise to his patients, with a focus on minimally invasive glaucoma surgery.
He was awarded a position in the prestigious European Glaucoma Society fellowship program, which he completed at the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz in Germany.
Dr Chan is committed to the teaching of future health care professionals and has received the Clinical Lecturer title through the University of Western Australia.
- Anterior segment surgery
- Cataract and IOL surgery
- Ocular trauma
- Optical coherence tomography – OCT
- Retinal and vitreous disorders
Telehealth consultations: Yes
Treats Children: No