Martin Robinson

On behalf of Good Optical

Being in the graduate class of 1994 from QUT, Martin originally worked in country Queensland. This Included fly in, fly out work in concert with Dr Gary Brian of the Fred Hollows Foundation in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait communities. He also worked with corneal surgeons, fitting RGP contact lenses to post graft corneas.

In 2006 he made his way south to Hobart for a slower pace of life. Since 2009 he has been owner and principal optometrist in his own independent optometry practice and has a keen interest in Contact Lenses and Dry Eye Disease. He Has worked closely with Ophthalmologists and Oncologists helping diagnose and treat their dry eye patients.

Martin writes a regular column for the Cornea and Contact Lens Society of Australia (CCLSA), has spoken at State, National and International conferences and has published DED CPD pieces for optometrists and ophthalmologists. Since 2017 he has been Tasmanian state president of the CCLSA and in 2022 he was elected as National President of the CCLSA.

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