Dr Terence Tan BSc (Med), MBBS, MSc (UNSW), FRANZCO

Cataract Surgery, Medical Retina and General Ophthalmology

Dr Terence Tan

Dr Terence Tan

Dr Tan is a comprehensive ophthalmologist with a subspecialty in medical retina and specializes in cataract surgery. At Marsden Research Center, he is an investigator in international clinical trials and is at the forefront of the management of retinal conditions including diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and retinal vascular diseases. He is a member of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Retinal Specialists.

Dr Tan is a medical graduate from the University of NSW and obtained his ophthalmology training at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney. He was awarded a UNSW research scholarship and completed a Master in Research and has a Master in Medicine (Ophthalmic Science) from the University of Sydney. Through his research, he has received multiple awards including the F. Colin Courtice award for scientific excellence, St George Hospital Young Investigator Award and was acknowledged on the Faculty of Medicine Dean’s List from the University of New South Wales for outstanding contribution to research.

Dr Tan has worked as a Fred Hollows Foundation Fellow in Alice Springs, Fiji and Solomon Islands. He continues to travel to the Australian outback and is a Visiting Medical Officer at Broken Hill Base Hospital. He is involved in training the next generation of ophthalmologists and serves on the RANZCO Board of Ophthalmic Sciences Examiners in Anatomy.

Dr Tan consults in our Parramatta, Castle Hill and Penrith rooms.