Our Doctors

Dr David Workman

Dr Mark McCombe

Dr Kavita Khurana


Dr David Workman

Dr David Workman


Dr Workman completed his medical degree at the University of Melbourne and then completed his medical specialist training in ophthalmology at the Royal Victorian Eye & Ear Hospital (RVEEH). He worked as a Retinal Fellow before establishing the North Balwyn Eye Clinic & Laser Centre in 1989 where he is in private practice.

Dr Workman worked at the Royal Victorian Eye & Ear Hospital where he was Head of Clinic and Chairman of the Senior Medical Staff. He has also been Chairman of the Eye Section of the Senior Medical Staff.

He is an active member of the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO). He was a member of the State Committee of RANZCO for 10 years, including 5 years as Honorary Secretary and a term as Chairman and was also a Federal Councillor for 5 years.

Dr Workman is involved in the teaching of ophthalmic trainees, medical students, GP's, Optometrists and Optometry students. He was a member of the Qualification & Education committee (Victoria). He has lectured both in Victoria and interstate on advances in cataract surgery and other subjects including Aviation Ophthalmology.

He is involved in research and has published in the ANZ Journal of Ophthalmology on several occasions, given advice to Drug Advisory Committees and the Medical Board, and has been on several Medical Advisory Boards. He has published a chapter on ocular pain management.

He is also a Designated Aviation Ophthalmologist for the Civil Aviation Safety Authority and is authorised to certify civil pilots, aircrew and air traffic controllers for aviation purposes. He has a post graduate qualification in Aviation Medicine.  He has his private pilot's licence. He was in the RAAF Specialist Reserve for six years and is now in the Stand-by Reserve.

Dr Workman is also a registered surgeon with the Department of Veterans Affairs. He is a Fellow of both the British and American specialist Colleges.

He has a special interest in laser and conventional cataract surgery, glaucoma, laser vision correction and macular degeneration.

Dr Mark McCombe

Dr Mark McCombe


Dr Mark McCombe trained at the University of Melbourne, St Vincent's Hospital and the RVEEH. After completing specialist training he undertook a Fellowship in diseases of the retina & Vitreous in Melbourne, followed by another Fellowship at Moorfields Hospital in London. After his return he was appointed to the Vitreoretinal Unit at the RVEEH. He is in private practice at East Melbourne and North Balwyn.

He has a special interest in diabetic eye disease. He was an author of the NH & MRC publication on diabetic eye disease. He is active in the affairs of RANZCO, having been both a State and Federal Councillor and has also been involved in the organisation of the RANZCO National Conference on a number of occasions.


Dr Kavita KhuranaDr Kavita Khurana


Dr. Kavita Khurana is a general ophthalmologist and surgeon with an interest in anterior segment diseases and cataract surgery.

She has been working in Australia since 1999 and has trained as well as worked in India, UK and Ireland.

Currently she also holds appointments as a consultant ophthalmologist at The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, The Austin and The Alfred hospitals.