Dr Gilda Kert
Dr. Kert graduated from the University of Queensland Medical School in 1994. She worked in Townsville and Mt. Isa as a junior doctor before travelling overseas to the United Kingdom for further experience in ophthalmology. She worked in the United Kingdom for over 18 months, gaining ophthalmic experience working in the Eye Departments at Singleton Hospital, Swansea (Wales) and the Royal Free Hospital (London).
Dr. Kert commenced her formal eye training at the Sydney Eye Hospital in 1999. Later she completed her fellowship at the Western Sydney Eye Hospital, Westmead with subspecialty experience in Oculoplastics and Medical Retina. She returned to Brisbane in 2002 and commenced private practice at the Terrace Eye Centre, Brisbane City where she worked for seven years.
In 2008 Dr Kert relocated with her young family and husband to Toowoomba where she established her practice, Darling Downs Eye. The practice opened in August 2008.
Dr. Kert is well known in the region as she regularly travelled to Roma for many years, performing eye surgery. She also spent some of her formative years in Stanthorpe where she attended Stanthorpe State High School.
Dr Kert is a general ophthalmologist with areas of interest including complicated cataract surgery and the treatment of macular diseases including diabetic eye disease and macular degeneration.