Dr. Jacqueline Beltz is a Specialist Ophthalmologist and Associate at Eye Surgery Associates.  Dr. Beltz provides a corneal, refractive and cataract service, with particular emphasis on corneal transplantation.  Dr. Beltz graduated in Medicine from the University of Tasmania, and completed her ophthalmology specialty training at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, Melbourne.

Following her specialty training, Jacqueline completed two years of advanced fellowship training in corneal transplantation, which included a year in Italy specialising in new types of corneal transplantation.  Jacqueline is the author of one book, several text book chapters and multiple scientific papers.

Dr. Beltz is passionate about research and teaching, and has many scientific publications.  She travels extensively to teach instruction courses at meetings throughout Australia, Europe, and USA.  In 2016 she was extremely proud to achieve the American Academy of Ophthalmology International Ophthalmologist Education Award, and to become Director of Training for the Victorian Network of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists.  She is also a committee member of the International Society of Refractive Surgery.

Dr. Beltz is a Staff Specialist on the Corneal and Cataract Units at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, and holds a research position at the Centre for Eye Research Australia. She also is the Deputy Medical Director of the Lions Eye Donation Service, Melbourne.