We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you at Darling Downs Eye.
Below are the answers to some of the more frequently asked questions.
If you have any other concerns, please do not hesitate to contact our helpful team.
Do I need a referral?
Most referrals last 12 months.
How do I make an appointment?
Do I need to bring anything to my appointment?
Can I drive after my visit?
How long will my appointment take?
What will happen to me at my appointment?
After you arrive, you will be checked into the data base and a medical record will be generated. You will then be called into an eye examination room by one of Dr Kert’s specialised technicians where your vision, eye pressures and pupils will be assessed. Other ancillary testing may be performed prior to your review with Dr Kert. In most cases dilating eye drops will be placed in the eyes that will blur your vision for 1-3 hours. After a period of time, Dr Kert will carefully and thoroughly examine your eyes and discuss the need for further testing or a particular treatment.
Will I be required to pay for my appointment on the day?
Please notify us if you have any difficulties in relation to our fees as soon as possible. Every effort is made to estimate quotes for likely diagnostic tests prior to your visit with us.
What are our opening hours?
Monday to Friday – 8:30 am – 5.00 pm
Where to find us?
Can I complete my patient details prior to my appointment?
Yes, please click here to download the Patient Information Form.
Macular Disease Foundation
Glaucoma Australia is the peak glaucoma awareness/education/support association in Australia. It is a national, not-for-profit registered charity dedicated to providing educational services to raise awareness about the serious and common eye disease glaucoma. Click here to learn more about Glaucoma.
Diabetes Australia was established in 1984 and is the national body for people affected by all types of diabetes and those at risk. Through leadership, prevention, management and research, Diabetes Australia is committed to reducing the impact of diabetes. They work in partnership with diabetes health professionals and educators, researchers and healthcare providers to minimise the impact of diabetes on the Australian community. Click here to learn more about diabetes.
The National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) which began in 1987, is an initiative of the Australian Government administered by Diabetes Australia. The NDSS delivers diabetes-related products at subsidised prices and provides information and support services to people with diabetes.
Vision Australia is a leading national provider of blindness and low vision services in Australia. They work in partnership with Australians who are blind or have low vision to help them achieve the possibilities they choose in life.
Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists
The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO) is the medical college responsible for the training and professional development of ophthalmologists in Australia and New Zealand.
Retina Australia is committed to raising funds for research into the detection, prevention, treatment and cure of inherited retinal dystrophies.