Dr Sandhu is a fellowship-trained glaucoma sub-specialist and comprehensive ophthalmologist.
Dr Sandhu is a member of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists as well as The Australia and New Zealand Glaucoma Society. He is an experienced cataract and glaucoma surgeon with a proficiency in the management of complex/advanced cataracts, minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS), glaucoma and retinal diseases including macular degeneration and retinal vein occlusions. He is also well experienced in pterygium surgery.
Dr Sandhu graduated from the University of New South Wales Medical School in 2009 having obtained a Bachelor of Medical Science (Honours) as well as his medical degree. He has since obtained a Masters of Medicine (specialising in ophthalmic science) from the University of Sydney whilst completing his specialist ophthalmology training at the renowned Sydney Eye Hospital. He completed a Comprehensive Ophthalmology Fellowship at the Concord Repatriation General Hospital which has provided him with a rich, diverse experience throughout the various sub-specialties in ophthalmology. He then undertook a complex anterior segment, MIGS and Glaucoma Sub-Specialty Fellowship at the renowned Birmingham and Midland Eye Hospital based in the West Midlands in the United Kingdom. He is actively involved in research, having contributed to several internationally recognised journals and is engaged in the teaching of medical students, junior doctors and ophthalmology trainees through his role as a consultant ophthalmologist at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Newtown, Sydney. He is also a keen (albeit tragic) golfer, and enjoys spending quality time with his young family.