Mr Mark Donaldson
CURRENT POSITIONS AND PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
· Fellow, Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists
· Consultant Surgeon, Auckland District Health Board
· Member, American Society of Retinal Specialists
· Honorary Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland
· Trustee, Glaucoma New Zealand
· Member, New Zealand Medical Association
· Founding Director, Eye Doctors
DR MARK DONALDSON CONSULTS AT:
WARKWORTH MEDICAL CENTRE, WARKWORTH, NORTH AUCKLAND
DR MARK DONALDSON UNDERTAKES CATARACT AND GLAUCOMA SURGERY AT:
RODNEY SURGICAL CENTRE, WARKWORTH
Dr Mark Donaldson graduated from Auckland Medical School in 1986 and completed his Ophthalmic Specialist training at Wellington Hospital in 1998.
Dr Mark Donaldson gained valuable expert experience in fellowship training at the Western Ophthalmic Hospital, London and at the Birmingham Heartlands Hospital, Warwickshire. During his two years abroad he acquired detailed exposure to glaucoma management, cataract and glaucoma surgery, and diseases of the macula, especially diabetic macular oedema and age related macular degeneration.
Dr Mark Donaldson has completed research projects, which have been published in international journals and he presents his research findings at both local and international meetings.
Dr Mark Donaldson is a Consultant Ophthalmologist at Green Lane Public Hospital and a founding member of the “Eye Doctors” group of ophthalmologists based at Ascot Hospital in central Auckland.
Dr Mark Donaldson undertook the first cataract surgery at the Rodney Surgical Centre (RSC) in Warkworth in 2010 and since then has been privileged to restore sight to hundreds of people with cataract in the picturesque heart of the Rodney District. Dr Mark Donaldson provides popular regular cataract surgery sessions out of the RSC fortnightly.
Dr Mark Donaldson has the benefit of ten years of experience as a consultant ophthalmologist in Auckland and is very enthusiastic about his role and the role of his profession in improving vision and reducing the risk of blindness to New Zealanders.