Consultant Glaucoma, Cataract and Retina specialist

Mr. Graeme Rogers

Mr Graeme Rogers is a fellowship-trained cataract, glaucoma and retina specialist and treats diseases of the optic nerve and the back of the eye.After attending high school in Cape Town, South Africa, he studied medicine at the University of Cape Town in 1997.

After graduation, he spent the next eight years specialising in clinical and surgical ophthalmology at the University of Cape Town and Groote Schuur Hospital which included a two-year cataract fellowship at Eerste River Hospital in Cape Town.

Thereafter, he sub-specialised as Glaucoma fellow in Melbourne, Australia at the prestigious Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in 2014. This holistic glaucoma training was augmented by a specific role in weekly uveitic glaucoma clinics.

Our Ophthalmic Services

Retina Specialist

It is estimated that approximately 500 people develop this condition every year in Ireland.

Wet AMD affects the central point of the retina, the macula, which is responsible for capturing central vision to make our vision sharper. This is the area we use to read and see faces.

Cataract Surgery

Cataracts usually develop over a long period, causing progressive yet gradual deterioration of vision.  

If a cataract is left untreated, the lens will eventually become so clouded that daily activities become extremely difficult.


Glaucoma is an umbrella term for a group of diseases that can cause serious damage to delicate retinal nerve fibres and the optic nerve, which transmits sight to the brain to be recognised as images.

Vision loss can often be slowed or stopped if the disease is diagnosed and treated early.