Adelaide Eye and Retina Centre have been operating since 1995. We have a team of over 20 people and we are committed to providing you with the best possible opthalmic care.
Dr. James Muecke
James graduated with Honours from the University of Adelaide Medical School in 1987 and trained as an ophthalmologist in Adelaide from 1992 to 1994. Following a 12-month fellowship at St John’s Ophthalmic Hospital in Jerusalem, James undertook subspecialty training in oculoplastic surgery at Salisbury District Hospital in England in 1996 and ocular oncology at Moorfields and St Bartholomew’s Hospitals in London in 1997. He returned to Adelaide in 1998 to take up positions as Visiting Ophthalmologist and Director of Ocular Oncology at the Royal Adelaide and Women’s and Children’s Hospitals.
James is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists and a member of the South Australian Institute of Ophthalmology and the International Society of Ocular Oncology. James also has a strong interest in blindness prevention and ophthalmic aid to the developing world. He is the founding chairman of Sight For All, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to fighting avoidable blindness in the world (www.sightforall.org).
A/Prof Jagjit (Jolly) Gilhotra
Jolly graduated from the University of Sydney Medical School in 1996 and trained in ophthalmology at Sydney Eye Hospital and Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital from 2001 to 2004. Thereafter he undertook fellowship training in medical and surgical retina for 2½ years. He is involved in research and training in medical retina and vitreo-retinal surgery at the South Australian Institute of Ophthalmology and the Royal Adelaide and Queen Elizabeth Hospitals. He has published papers in peer-reviewed journals and is also a reviewer for ophthalmic journals. His main interests include macula degeneration, macula surgery, diabetic eye disease and uveitis.
Jolly is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists, the Australian and New Zealand Society of Retinal Specialists, the American Society of Retinal Specialists, and the Oceanic Retina Association.
Dr Shane Durkin
Shane graduated with Honours in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Adelaide in 2002.
He undertook training in ophthalmology in Adelaide and the Northern Territory before commencing an International Fellowship with the Fred Hollows Foundation. He followed this with subspecialty training in disease of the retina, vitreous and macula in the University of Auckland for 12 months before undertaking further training in the management of medical and surgical retinal disease within the University of British Columbia and Vancouver General Hospital.
He is involved in research and training in medical retina and vitreo-retinal surgery at the South Australian Institute of Ophthalmology and the Royal Adelaide and Queen Elizabeth Hospitals.
Shane has a special interest in Indigenous and developing world ophthalmology. He visits Pipalyatjara and Nyapari in the far north west corner of South Australia. He also particpates in Sight for All programs and visits Port Lincoln monthly to offer a regional service.
Shane is a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists, a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the Australian and New Zealand Society of Retinal Specialists and the European Society of Retina Specialists.
Dr. Michelle Baker
Michelle studied medicine at the University of Melbourne and undertook her training in ophthalmology at the Victorian and Ear and Ear Hospital. For the past 2 ½ years she has completed intensive medical and surgical fellowship training in glaucoma at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, Norfolk Norwich University Hospital and the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital. For the past year she has had a specific focus on novel glaucoma drainage devices and minimally invasive glaucoma surgical techniques.
Michelle has a strong research background. Concurrent with her ophthalmology training, Michelle completed a PhD in 2010 on Retinal Signs in Cerebrovascular Disease at the Centre for Eye Research Australia, University of Melbourne.
Michelle also has a special interest in blindness prevention specific to indigenous eye health and developing world ophthalmology. Michelle volunteered with the National Indigenous Eye Health Survey to establish the state of Indigenous eye health in the Pilbara region of North Western Australia. Michelle has also worked closely with ophthalmologists in the Solomon Islands when she was the Principal Investigator of the Solomon Islands National Ocular Trauma Audit (SINOTA) which formed the research project for her Master of Public Health. SINOTA and the subsequent publications have formed the basis for blindness prevention programs in the Western Pacific.
Michelle is a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists and a member of the Australian and New Zealand Glaucoma Society and the United Kingdom and Eire Glaucoma Society.
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Adelaide Eye and Retina Centre
18 North Terrace, Adelaide.
We are located on the second floor.
18 North Terrace, Adelaide
Marion Eye and Retina Centre
530 Marion Road, Plympton Park.