myeyespecialist is a well established ophthalmology clinic with a reputation for affordable excellence.
Our clinic is equipped with the latest state-of-the-art diagnostic technology and includes a fully accredited and licensed Day Hospital, Gold Coast Eye Hospital. Uniquely, this enables our patients to have both their consultations and surgery in the one location. Being in a familiar environment and seeing the same friendly staff is comforting and reassuring for patients having eye surgery for the first time.
Our on site operating theatres enables us to offer you minor procedures in a fully equipped, sterile environment, often at the time of your consultation.
Where are we?
Located within the heart of Robina Town Centre is myeyespecialist and Gold Coast Eye Hospital. Our unique location on the ground floor next to Customer Service is discretely tucked away from the noise and bustle of the shops, while at the same time offering drivers and family easy access to shops and restaurants. We are easily accessible from all carparks, which are free and plentiful.
Whether you wish to see more clearly, have symptoms or diagnoses you wish to discuss or want to improve the appearance and function of your eyelids, we have the expertise and tools that allows us to diagnose, treat and monitor your eye condition with complete confidence. In addition to equipment you would expect in a model ophthalmology practice, our clinic offers state-of-the art technology for assessment of cataracts as well as latest retinal OCT/OCTA with wide-field angiography, lasers for glaucoma and retinal conditions, and IPL for treatment of blepharitis.
Friends and family are welcome to attend consultations or enjoy the shopping experience in one of Queensland’s largest shopping malls.
What is an ophthalmologist?
Ophthalmologists are medical doctors who train for 15 years specialising in surgery and diseases of the eye. Our ophthalmologists are Australian-trained and fellows of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO).
Optometrists are trained at university to prescribe glasses and screen patients for eye diseases. If your optometrist detects an eye disease they will refer you to an ophthalmologist for management.