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Ophthalmologists in NSW
Dr Paul Latimer
25 Hardy Ave, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 Australia
Dr Paul Latimer is a specialist Ophthalmologist having trained extensively in the United Kingdom and Adelaide, South Australia. He undertakes a wide range of ophthalmic surgery including cataracts, pterygiums and removal of skin cancers near the eye. He also performs corneal transplants which can be performed locally in Griffith. Dr Latimer cares for many patients with macular disease who receive injections into the eye. He has been practising in Wagga for the past 13 years and visiting Griffith weekly for nearly 10 years. Last November Dr Latimer moved to permanent consulting rooms at the St Vincents Private Community Hospital. Dr Latimer consults three days a week and operates at St Vincents Private Hospital and in the Griffith Base Hospital. Dr Latimer works closely with all of the excellent Optometrists in the local area, the wonderful staff at St Vincent's and is supported by his amazing clinic staff.
Hunter Laser Vision
29 Northcott Drive, Kotara NSW 2289 Australia
Let Hunter Laser Vision open your eyes to a better quality of life. Our Ophthalmic Surgeons and staff are dedicated to providing state-of-the-art laser eye surgery procedures in a professional, efficient and caring environment. A range of conditions can be treated at Hunter Laser Vision, including Myopia (short sight), Hypermetropia (long sight), Astigmatism and Presbyopia (near vision loss). Our experienced specialist Ophthalmic Surgeons and staff are devoted to advising you on the best way to gain visual freedom, and in many cases, glasses and contact lenses will become a thing of the past. We invite you to experience the difference in complete laser eye care. Looking for more information? Call us today on 1800 531 576.
1-3 Princes Hwy, Figtree NSW 2525 Australia
Ophthalmologists are medically trained doctors who underwent further specialist training in the management of the diseases of the eye. All our doctors are Fellows of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO), and abide by their standards and regulations. All our doctors participate in a Continuing Professional Development program, and regularly attend medical conferences, courses and meetings in Australia and overseas to keep up to date in this rapidly changing field. They all serve in the public and private hospitals, and are actively involved in the teaching of optometrists, medical students and ophthalmology trainees. Some of our doctors have also been involved in ophthalmic missions in places such as Madagascar, Indonesia, North Korea and Kenya.
Ophthalmologists in QLD
Vision Eye Institute Brisbane
Level 2, 401 Milton Road, Auchenflower QLD 4066 Australia
The refractive team at Vision Eye Institute Brisbane is led by respected eye surgeon Dr Lee Lenton and includes an experienced team of optometrists and ophthalmic technicians. In particular, the highly skilled team take pride in delivering quality care and outcomes for patients. Additionally, some of our clinic staff are fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese. Dr Lenton has over 20 years of experience and was one of the first surgeons in Australia to perform laser eye surgery. He has now performed over 15,000 LASIK procedures and is also an expert in PRK (also known as ASLA). Dr Lenton is also able to offer an alternative solution (e.g. lens exchange, implantable contact lenses) if it turns out laser eye surgery isn’t an option for you. Vision Eye Institute Brisbane is located within the recently renovated RiverCity Private Hospital in Auchenflower. Our state-of-the-art facilities are fully equipped with the latest of ophthalmic technologies and specialised diagnostic equipment. We offer a FREE, NO-OBLIGATION initial assessment for laser eye surgery with one of our optometrists or orthoptists. During this assessment, we’ll perform some key tests to help determine if laser eye surgery may be an option for you. If it is, a consultation can then be organised with one of our eye surgeons (Medicare rebate available*). This surgical consultation will take up to 2 hours and you will receive detailed advice about the laser eye surgery procedure that is most appropriate for your situation, the benefits and risks of surgery, the cost and what to expect during the recovery period. This advice is specifically tailored to your needs (e.g. visual goals and lifestyle considerations) to ensure you are fully informed when deciding whether to proceed with surgery. There is no obligation to proceed with either a consultation or surgery. For your convenience, we also offer payment plans should you choose to have surgery. *Medicare rebate for the surgical consultation requires a referral letter from a GP or optometrist. If you have a free laser eye surgery assessment at Vision Eye Institute, we will provide you with the referral letter.