GreenEye Glaucoma Institute (GGI) is a family-owned practice where our mission is to provide our patients with compassionate, personalized ophthalmic care of the highest quality through friendly and efficient service, patient education and the use of the newest treatment modalities. Our aim is to consistently exceed your expectations.
Dr. Rana Greene, a Christian by faith, is a caring, knowledgeable and excellent surgeon. She was born in Nassau, Bahamas, and is a board-certified Ophthalmologist specializing in glaucoma treatment, complex glaucoma surgery and cataract surgery. She is the first and only Bahamian-born Glaucoma specialist to practise in The Commonwealth of The Bahamas.
Dr. Greene earned her Medical Degree at The University of The West Indies in Trinidad and completed Ophthalmology Residency at The University of Pretoria in South Africa. During her Ophthalmology Residency, Dr. Greene also obtained a Master of Medicine Degree with her thesis on Trabectome Glaucoma Surgery. She then obtained further training as a Glaucoma Sub-Specialist after a two year Glaucoma Fellowship at The University of Toronto in Canada.
She has written peer-reviewed articles published in leading ophthalmology journals and presented her research at several ophthalmology conferences, including The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology and The Canadian Ophthalmology Society. A member of The American Glaucoma Society, Dr. Greene is the recipient of research grants, numerous academic honors and awards.
Dr. Greene is the daughter of Rev. Dr. Garth Greene (deceased) and Mrs. Valaria Greene. Her social interests include writing poetry, learning foreign languages, travelling, photography and community service. She especially enjoys spending time with her family. Dr. Greene is a Consultant Ophthalmologist at Doctors Hospital and Princess Margaret Hospital.
Publications and Research
- Adult T-cell leukemia/lymphoma with conjunctival chemosis from infiltration and raised intraocular pressure. Greene R. et al. Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology, 2018
- Preoperative brimonidine tartrate 0.2% does not prevent an intraocular pressure rise during robot assisted prostatectomy in steep trendelenburg position. Matthew D, Greene R et al. Journal of
- Influence of gender and age on Ontario Health Insurance Plan billings by ophthalmologists 1992-2014. Greene R, et al. Research presented at Pan American Association of Ophthalmology Research meeting, Seattle, 2016
- Evaluation of the Trabectome use in glaucoma surgery in the South African setting. Research presented at South African Glaucoma Society Congress, Cape Town, 2011
- Fellow, College of Ophthalmologists, College of Medicine of South Africa (CMSA)
- Reviewer for British Medical Journal Case Reports and Research
- Member, American Glaucoma Society (AGS)
- Member, Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO)