Medical Retina and Comprehensive Ophthalmologist

Dr Yasser Tariq is an ophthalmologist with expertise in treatment of macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and cataract.

  • Undergraduate: Bachelor of Science, Medicine and Surgery from The University of New South Wales

  • Postgraduate: PhD with thesis on retinal structural imaging from University of Sydney

  • Ophthalmology training: Sydney Eye Hospital

  • Medical Retina Fellowship: Westmead Hospital

  • Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists

  • Dedicated to continual professional development

  • Involved in numerous clinical trials of retinal therapeutic agents

  • Clinical Associate Lecturer with the Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney

  • Visiting Medical Officer Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District

  • Accredited Surgeon: Sydney Day Hospital, Liverpool Eye Surgery, Norwest Day Hospital, Wollongong Day Surgery

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BULK BILLING services available*

*In clinic treatments (laser or injections) for diabetes, macular degeneration and glaucoma are BULK BILLED. Consultation fees will apply


  • Diabetic eye disease

  • Cataract (private hospital only)

  • Macular degeneration

  • Retinal Vein Occlusions

  • Glaucoma

  • Pterygium (private hospital only)

  • Flashes/floaters

  • Eye injury/Foreign body

  • Red eye/eye pain

  • Vision change



  • Anterior segment and retinal OCT imaging

  • Retinal angiography

  • Automated visual field testing

  • Optical biometry for cataract surgery

  • Intravitreal injections

  • Laser for capsulotomy

  • Laser for glaucoma

  • Retinal laser

  • Latest equipment from Zeiss and Ellex

  • Procedure room for injection

Important Appointment Information: 

  • A referral is required from a local doctor/GP, optometrist or specialist so that we can have a better picture of your health and past history and also for you to receive a Medicare rebate

  • Please also bring your current glasses

  • Be prepared to provide information about medical history and medications

  • First appointments may take up to 2 hours, longer if a procedure is required, subsequent appointments may be shorter

  • Pupil dilation and/or procedures undertaken during your appointment may result in your vision being blurred for a few hours. It is advisable to bring someone to drive you, use public transport or wait for your vision to clear before driving. If you are not prepared to have your pupils dilated, then you cannot receive a comprehensive eye examination.

Get in Touch


Phone: 02 4249 2865       Fax: 02 4249 2866

Level 1, 242-248 Queen St 

Campbelltown NSW 2560

(Enter via Dumaresq st at the pharmacy proceed to Level 1)

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