Dr Anil Sharma, MD, MS (Ophthal), FRANZCO
Dr Anil Sharma is a General Ophthalmic Surgeon. He graduated from Medical School in 1988 and completed his Post Graduate Training in Ophthalmology in 1994. He completed advanced eye training in Sydney Eye Hospital in 2000 and the Royal Adelaide Hospital in 2001. Dr Sharma completed his FRANZCO in August 2005 and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists since 2006. He is actively involved with Qld RANZCO and AMA Qld.
Dr Sharma has been practicing in Rockhampton since 2003. Since 2015 he also visits Central Lakes Eyes Clinic located at the Caboolture Private Hospital and is a Visiting Medical Officer at Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital. He practices in all scope of Comprehensive (General) Ophthalmology such as Cataract Surgery, Glaucoma Management & Surgery, Macular Degeneration, Diabetes & Medical Retina, Periocular Plastic Surgery, Retinal, Vitreous and Macular Diseases and Surgery.
He is a Senior Lecturer in Ophthalmology with University of QLD (UQ) and is involved in the teaching and supervising of Ophthalmology to medical students, Registrars, J.H.O’s and P.H.O’s. He has also been involved in educational Activities with local Optometrists and GPs. He is a current member of the Fitzroy River Lions Rockhampton. He enjoys visiting Nepal to participate in cataract surgery programs and teaching in eye camps.
Dr John Langford-Smith
Dr John Langford-Smith has worked in rural NSW as an Ophthalmologist for fourteen years and is new to Rockhampton. He is a meticulous general Ophthalmic surgeon with extensive experience in elective Ophthalmic procedures including cataract surgery, pterygia, plastics (including tumour removal), and surgery for glaucoma. He has an exemplary academic background with 20 years of tertiary study. In science, he achieved first class honours in Biochemistry at Sydney University, worked as an Immunochemist at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Sydney and completed Medicine at Sydney University. He finished a Masters research degree at Sydney Eye Hospital and specialised in Clinical Ophthalmology, completing his training in 2000.
As one of the few Ophthalmologists in Australia with formal scientific research training, John has a keen interest in innovative treatments and the Science of Ophthalmology. He was one of the first Ophthalmologists in Australia to utilise combinations of laser and anti VEGF antibodies in the treatment of diabetes, vein occlusions and other retinal disease. Dr Langford-Smith also has interests in macular degeneration and is looking into the synthesis of potential nutritional and immune treatments for this disorder.
Administration Staff Members
- Shristu Sharma
- Amanda Murray
- Allyson Ramsay
- Maleah Whiltshire
Clinical Staff Members
- Govinda Ojha
Ophthalmic Assistant & Enrolled Nurse
- Janice Sedgman