Accreditation: MBBS M.MED (Opthal), FRANZCO, FRACS
Dr Trevor Gin completed his medical degree at the University of Melbourne, achieving honours in all subjects and graduating in the top 5. He completed a Masters Degree studying Diabetic Retinopathy with the University of Melbourne, then went on to train in Ophthalmology at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital (RVEEH). Following this, he did a fellowship in Medical Retinal Disease under one of the doyens in the field, Professor Alan Bird, at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, one of the leading eye hospitals in the world. He worked as a consultant at St Thomas’ Hospital in London before returning home to Melbourne.
He is now a consultant at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital (RVEEH), as well as working in private practice. He has also been a consultant at the Royal Melbourne and Alfred Hospitals.
|He currently performs the prominent role of the Chairman of the Victorian Qualification & Education Committee for the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO) which requires overseeing the Victorian Ophthalmology Training Program, as well as being Chairman of Selectors for the Victorian Ophthalmology Training Program. He is also a member of the Victorian branch of RANZCO Commmittee and the RVEEH Medical Appointments and Credentialing Committee. He is also a current college examiner and is a menser of the College RACE (RANZCO Advanced Clinical Exam) Board. He also has an interest in third world eyecamps, performing surgery as part of charitable organisations in Countries inclusing Ethiopia, Vietnam, Laos, Nepal, Kiribati, Nauru and other Pacific Islands. He has published in international Ophthalmology journals and presented at national and international meetings. He practices general ophthalmology with a special interest and expertise in medical retinal diseases. His wife, oddly enough, is a psychiatrist, and he has two (mostly) lovely children. Dr Trevor Gin specialises in Retinal & Diabetic problems, Macular Degeneration, Cataract surgery, Glaucoma and General Eye Conditions.|