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A case of leading surgeons deciding to do something different – the Re:Vision sight correction centre provides an unparalleled level of expertise and great eye care every day. And then they do more. When others have down time these guys go and do more pro bono cataract surgery for free, under the umbrella of ARCH (Auckland Regional Charity Hospital), bringing high quality medical care to those in serious need and have been denied care from the Public Hospital System. Because in their book everyone deserves the gift of sight.
Performed more than 38,000 successful vision correction procedures
Personally performed more than 10,000 LASIK laser vision correction procedures
Performed more than 22,000 cataract operations
Performed more than 1,800 corneal transplants
We have created ways to offer free pro bono vision correction surgery for New Zealanders who have been denied access to Public Hospital funded surgery as well as pro bono laser vision correction for tetraplegic patients. It is our way of making a difference every day in our small way…
I have worked in Public for more than 20years, teaching more than 50 junior ophthalmologists in the art of modern cataract & corneal surgery.
As Clinical Senior Lecturer in Ophthalmology (University of Auckland), I have been lecturing and teaching skills in caring for cataract and cornea patients to undergraduates and postgraduates in both ophthalmology and optometry. Dozens of lectures at prestigious international scientific meetings.
According to Dr Trevor Gray, “Re:Vision Sight Correction Centre feels like the reason I became an eye surgeon. It is the culmination of a years-long dream to create a more personalized and individualized patient experience after a 20 year career as the busiest surgeon at Eye Institute in Auckland.
“We have hand assembled a team of the finest ophthalmic professionals in the country and created Re:Vision to revolutionize the delivery of eye care. My team and I love what we do. And when you love what you do, you can’t help being very, very good at it. Patients immediately see the difference. Our positivity, attention to detail and safety, and true caring.”
Dr Gray received triple-Fellowship training at the prestigious Moorfields Eye Hospital, London and Bascom Palmer Eye Hospital, Miami before returning to Auckland 20+ years ago.
Dr Gray has performed over 40,000 major ophthalmic surgery cases in his 20+ year career. He has performed more than 15,000 laser vision correction procedures, 22,000 cataract surgeries, and 1,400 implantable contact lenses (ICLs). He is the most experienced LASIK surgeon now providing this sight—and life—changing service to patients across New Zealand.
20 years of Auckland Public Hospital service. As a Clinical Senior Lecturer in Ophthalmology at the University of Auckland, Dr Gray has been passing his eye-care skills to students in both ophthalmology and optometry for more than 20 years, having taught more than 50 ophthalmologists-in-training the art of modern cataract corneal transplant surgery. He has presented dozens of lectures at prestigious international scientific meetings.
In addition to his work as a clinician and academician, Dr Gray is passionate about serving the public more broadly. His past charitable endeavours include establishing his Buchanan Charitable Foundation in 2010. This Foundation has established the Buchanan Ocular Therapeutics Unit in the University of Auckland, funds ongoing private education of underprivileged girls and boys in NZ, supports the only cataract mission hospital in Swaziland, major funder of DreamWorker organisation in Cape Town helping the unemployed to get a leg up. He is excited to be developing—in concert with Re:Vision’s partner institution Auckland Regional Charity Hospital (ARCH) —a new charitable cataract service for New Zealanders who have been denied access to needed cataract surgery by the public hospital system. He and his colleagues are also providing pro bono laser vision correction for tetraplegic patients.
Trevor is married to Caroline (they met at Medical School). Caroline is a Breast Physician caring for her breast cancer patients. Together, they have two of the coolest ‘kids’ – now young adults. Home is completed with Archie the Schnauzer and Frankie the Dachshund – a busy and friendly pair! As a family, they love the outdoors with a passion for water-sports: paddleboarding, surfing, wakeboarding, hiking and skiing.
I am quadruple fellowship trained in the field of cornea & anterior segment surgery from Moorfields Eye Hospital (London) and New Zealand National Eye Centre (Auckland). I have over 10 years of ophthalmic surgical experience.
I have performed more than 2,000 cataract operations
I have performed more than 200 corneal transplants
As Dr. Mo Ziaei describes it, joining the Re:Vision team, “Very much felt like the right thing to do as I shared Trevor Gray’s vision for a state-of-the-art centre, offering personalised eye care with a focus on superior clinical outcomes.” ‘Dr. Mo’ is a highly sought after, award- winning ophthalmologist, raised and trained in the UK. He brings to his Re:Vision patients novel corneal transplant techniques, years of experience with modern cataract surgery and the latest treatment for corneal disorders such as keratoconus.
Having personally had LASIK treatment in both eyes, Dr. Mo has a special passion for sight correction surgery, and understands from a patient’s perspective the truly life-changing nature of everything we do here at Re:Vision.
Dr. Mo graduated from Leeds Medical School in 2006 (one of the youngest doctors to ever graduate in the UK), where he received an honours degree and more than ten distinction certificates. He subsequently completed his ophthalmic specialist training in London, and was awarded two medals from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists for attaining the highest marks in the Refraction Exam (Elizabeth Hunt Medal) and Part II Exit Exam (Brian Harcourt Medal.)
Dr. Mo is quadruple fellowship trained in cornea anterior segment surgery from the prestigious Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, and New Zealand National Eye . He has over 10 years of surgical experience, having performed more than 2500 major procedures.
He has authored over 30 peer-reviewed publications and four book chapters and has delivered over 40 presentations and posters at prestigious international meetings.
As an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer in Ophthalmology at the University of Auckland, Dr. Mo has been involved in researching the effects of corneal collagen crosslinking on corneal conditions such as keratoconus , and is involved in evaluating new treatment options for a variety of corneal disorders.
Mo’s spare time is spent exploring the beauty of New Zealand as well as playing a variety of sports including football, volleyball and table tennis.
MBChB 2006 (Hons) (University of Leeds)
FRCOphth 2013 (Royal College of Ophthalmologists, London)
RANZCO Best Research Presentation Award
Moorfields Alumni Association Bursary Award
Moorfields Alumni Association Bursary Award
Brian Harcourt Medal
Award for candidate with the highest mark achieved for the FRCOphth exit exam in 2012/2013.
Elizabeth Hunt Medal
Award for candidate with the highest mark achieved for the refraction exam in 2010/2011.
MBChB with honours
Awarded honours degree and distinction in 11 subjects.
Centenary & Hardwick award
Vandervell foundation award for clinical audit
Over 50 presentations on the national and international stage.