Dr. Geoffrey B. Kaye
MB ChB, FCS(SA), FRCSC
Over 38,000 ocular procedures performed
Currently working inEdmonton North West
Hailing from South Africa, Dr. Geoffrey B. Kaye completed his medical school training at the University of Cape Town, with distinctions in the areas of animal biology, human biology and chemistry. He then completed his residency at the Groote Schuur Hospital, also located in Cape Town, and his refractive fellowship at the Gimbel Eye Centre in Calgary.
Since first beginning to practice in Canada in 1992, Dr. Kaye has been a part of ophthalmological clinics in Saskatoon and Hazelton, British Columbia. Beginning in 1996, he has been performing procedures (with an emphasis on cataract and refractive surgery) at Gimbel Eye Centres in both Calgary and Edmonton and was also the medical director for the Edmonton location from 2002 until 2016.
Additionally, Dr. Kaye has also been on-staff at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Edmonton for the last 10 years and has also been an assistant clinical professor at the University of Alberta for more than a decade. He teaches practical ophthalmological instruction to undergraduate students, and resident teaching on an on-call basis.
As a decades-long practitioner, Dr. Kaye regularly presents at ophthalmology seminars and conferences around the world, including those put on by the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery.
He has also seen his work published in the Journal of Refractive Surgery, the Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery, Seminars in Ophthalmology, and the South African Medical Journal.
- Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
- Canadian Ophthalmological Society
- American Academy of Ophthalmology
- College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta
- Ophthalmological Society of Alberta
- Colleges of Medicine of South Africa, Surgery division
- They remain up-to-date on latest laser vision technologies and techniques
- They teach surgeons-in-training at prominent universities
- They conduct ongoing research in the field of refractive surgery