DR JOHANN LAMPRECHT is a specialist eye surgeon in Johannesburg, South Africa. He currently practices at The Oxford Centre in Saxonwold (Rosebank) and with the East Rand Eye Associates (Kempton Park).

His special interest is intra-ocular surgery, including procedures for cataract, glaucoma and retinal pathology, in which he has done post-graduate courses at the European School for Advanced Studies in Ophthalmology (ESASO). He also enjoys neuro-ophthalmology. 

In 2016, Johann was a consultant specialist at St John Eye Hospital, Soweto, and an associate lecturer at WITS University, training up new eye specialists in anterior segment surgery and facilitating the Cornea and Glaucoma sub-specialty clinics. He completed his eye specialist training and Ophthalmology Masters degree in 2015 after joining the University of the Witwatersrand’s Ophthalmology department in 2011. He moved to Johannesburg for his internship and community service subsequent to finishing his MBChB degree in 2007 at the University of the Free State. 

He was previously selected as a member of the first OSSA Young Ophthalmologists subcommittee and has a passion for helping people discover the unique strengths they were created with in order to realize their full potential. He currently serves on the board of the Ophthalmology Management Group (OMG).


The OXFORD CENTRE is an established, multi-generational ophthalmology practice in the heart of Johannesburg. Previously on 104 Oxford Road, the consulting rooms were recently relocated to 109 Oxford Road. The interior contains some of the latest diagnostic technologies, including wavefront analysis, spectral domain OCT and automated perimetry (visual fields).

Eye specialists currently consulting at The Oxford Eye Centre are Drs Peter Challis, Barry Payne and Johann Lamprecht. Eye lasers and operations are performed by these doctors on site as well as at Sandhurst Eye Centre or Johannesburg Eye Hospital.

The EAST RAND EYE ASSOCIATES is a fully equipped, multi-site ophthalmology practice in the east of Johannesburg, with rooms at 84 Van Riebeeck Road and 40 Monument Road.

Other eye specialists consulting at these sites include Drs Roger Dyason, Dalena Marx and Andre Botha. Surgical cases from the Eye Institute are managed at the SurgiKlin Day Clinic.


CONVISIO is latin for “Joint Vision”. 

Seeing more, further, clearer – together.

Vision has so many different aspects, from the way we physically perceive our environment to the way we “see” ourselves and “look” into the future. It has an impact on our self-esteem and relationships, our freedom and movement, and our destiny and legacy.

Convisio stands for the inherent value of people and sight. We want others to see the world around them with more clarity, see their own potential, and develop a vision for how they can make a positive impact. We will learn, teach, innovate and empower, and we believe we can have fun doing it together. This is our vision.