Husayn Gulamhusein MD, MPH, FRCS(C)
Eye physician and surgeon

Dr. Husayn Gulamhusein is a comprehensive ophthalmologist serving the Tri-City region. With expertise in a broad range of ophthalmic conditions, Dr. Gulamhusein offers comprehensive eye care services to enhance and preserve vision. His areas of interest include medical glaucoma, retina, and cataract surgery. He is adept at performing advanced procedures such as anti-VEGF injections and laser therapy for retinal and glaucomatous disease.  He performs cataract surgeries and offers the full suite of IOL technologies including premium lens options and femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery for appropriate candidates. He has also completed additional training for complex cataract management, including a traineeship at the world-renowned Aravind Eye Hospital for manual small incision cataract surgery.

Dr. Gulamhusein is committed to medical education and enjoys sharing his knowledge with medical students and residents at McMaster University through didactic and clinical teaching. With a patient-centered approach, Dr. Gulamhusein looks forward to providing exceptional eye care to the residents of the Tri-City area.

Clinical Interests

Medical Interests: Cataract (including special feature IOL implantation), Glaucoma, Retina, Comprehensive eye diseases.

Procedures: Cataract Surgery, YAG Capsulotomy, Trabeculoplasty (SLT), anti-VEGF injections, Pan-retinal photocoagulation.

Degree Qualification

FRCS(C) Ophthalmology, McMaster University (2023)

Manual Small Incision Training Program, Aravind Eye Hospital (2022)

Research fellowship in Glaucoma and Advanced Anterior Segment Surgery (GAASS), University of Toronto (2018)

MD, McMaster University (2017)

MPH, University of Newcastle (2017)

BHSc, McMaster University (2014)

Research Interests
Patient Referrals

You can refer a patient electronically through Ocean.  If this is your first time using Ocean you can sign up here.  Patients can also be referred directly via fax to the number listed under the surgeon's profile. Patients with cataracts must be referred electronically through central intake via Ocean or WWRCC.

For those not yet set up with Ocean, you can submit completed referral forms to the Waterloo Regional Coordination Program Cataract Central Intake or fax 519-621-0059.

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