Dr Kevin Vandeleur
M.B., B.S., F.R.A.N.Z.C.O, F.R.A.C.S
Dr Vandeleur completed his ophthalmology training in 1983 and has
participated in post graduate studies in Canada, the USA, Italy,
Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
Dr Vandeleur consults at
Brisbane North Eye Centre
and Ladhope and performs surgeries at
Queensland Laser Vision,
Eye Tech Day Surgeries,
Princess Alexandra Hospital and Royal Brisbane Hospital.
Dr Vandeleursí primary areas of interest include cataract,
refractive, vitreo-retinal and retinal detachment surgery.
Dr Vandeleur established
Queensland Laser Vision
(formerly the Excimer Laser Vision Group) in 1991. He has been
performing laser refractive surgery since 1991 and has treated many
thousands of patients. In 1994 Dr Vandeleur developed and subsequently
became director of Brisbane's first licensed free standing ophthalmic
day surgery -
Eye Tech Day Surgeries
Dr Vandeleur is also one of a handful of Ophthalmologists in Australia
performing ICL or Implantable Contact Lens surgery. This technology
offers hope for patients with high degrees of myopia and hypermetropia
who are not suitable for excimer laser surgery. Dr Vandeleur is actively
involved in refractive surgery and is one of the pioneers of the Lasik
procedure in Australia.
Dr Vandeleur is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College
of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO) and a member of the Oceania Retinal
Association (ORA) and the International Society of Cataract and
Refractive Surgeons (ISCRS). Dr Vandeleur provides ophthalmic services
in Kiribati and East Timor.