Dr Bernard Wolff completed his medical degree at the University of Pretoria. He specialised in ophthalmology at the Medical University of South Africa under the famous Professor Robert Stegmann. He completed his Fellowship in Vitreoretinal surgery at the world-renowned Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne, Australia.
After more than a decade in private practice in Johannesburg, he founded the Retina Surgery Centre- a practice dedicated to vitreoretinal diseases.
Dr Wolff is actively involved in research related to retinal diseases and often presents his research at local and international conferences. He is also a faculty member of the European VitreoRetinal Training School in Bremen, Germany, where he contributes to the training of aspiring retinal surgeons from all over the world.
When dealing with complicated retinal diseases, each and every member of the team is crucial. The Retina Surgery Centre is privileged to have an exceptionally dedicated and caring team of assistants. They are focused on making the eye care proses pleasant and safe and are well attuned to the needs and concerns of patients, some of who are going through a very stressful period.