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Nicole Brower

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Nicole is from Northern England but also spent some time as a child in Israel (she’s fluent in Hebrew!). After getting her first pair of glasses at sixteen, she thought optometry would be a great industry to work in, and it sparked her interest in becoming an optometrist as a career. Nicole studied optometry in Glasgow and has since completed an advanced certificate in children’s vision and additional studies in vision therapy. Nicole practised in Scotland and England before making the move to Australia in 2006. Nicole loves being able to help people resolve their visual and learning concerns; taking the time to listen to her patient’s concerns and working towards the best solution for each individual. Children’s vision, vision therapy, and myopia control are the areas she is particularly passionate about. When she’s not in the office, Nicole enjoys spending time in the great outdoors with her kids.
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Louisa Tan

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The best thing about optometry is to have the privilege to make a positive impact on people's life-long vision. Being a young myope and starting spectacle wear at the age of 10, Louisa understands the difference an optometrist can make in the life of a child and their family. She is passionate in helping patients navigate through life-changing visual diagnosis. Having grown up in Malaysia, Louisa is fluent in English and Mandarin, with basic proficiency in Cantonese and Malay. Upon completing high school education, she then made a bold move to NSW to complete her Bachelor of Vision Science and Master of optometry degree at the University of New South Wales. Since graduating, she worked in a beautiful regional town of Orange in NSW before relocating to Perth. Louisa is therapeutically endorsed with a keen interest in dry eye management, myopia control and orthokeratology. She has since completed post graduate Advanced Certificate in Advanced Contact Lenses through Australian College of Optometry. In her spare time, you will find Louisa out snorkeling, hiking, playing table tennis or getting creative with her next artwork!
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Nick Lee

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The best thing about being an optometrist? For Nick, it’s being able to make an instant improvement in a person’s quality of life and finding the best visual solutions for their day-to day life. Nick always strives for clinical excellence and believes being a great communicator is key to achieving this. He loves chatting with his patients and taking the time to explain their eyes in detail and the different options in which he can help. Nick grew up in a small town in New Zealand and studied optometry at the University of Auckland. After graduating, he made the jump across the ditch to Perth to chase the sunshine and better weather. Nick has a particular interest in Orthokeratology, dry eye management, and myopia control. In 2017, Nick presented his research on myopia control at the International Myopia Conference in Birmingham and is currently completing additional studies in Advanced Children’s Eyecare. Outside of work Nick is often at the beach or satisfying his sweet tooth by baking some treats.
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Shashi Patel

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Shashi grew up in New Zealand and completed a bachelor of biomedical science and a bachelor of optometry at The University of Auckland. He worked in the windy city of Wellington before making his move to Perth. Shashi wanted a dynamic career in science that allowed him to meet people and optometry fit the bill! Shashi gets a kick out of being able to use his great problem-solving skills to make a difference to someone’s life. He loves optometry’s vast scope and is always keen to expand on his knowledge and learn about what’s new in the biz. Shashi is Bullseye Optometry Clinic’s dry eye whizz and leads our dry eye clinic in diagnosing and managing dry eye cases. When he’s not in the office, Shashi likes to cook up a storm in the kitchen. He also enjoys watching cricket and is a Black Caps fan.
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Originally from Montreal, Canada, Dominique grew-up shadowing her father in his optical dispensing practice. Assisting her father in the office and with patients, Dominique developed her interest in providing quality eyecare services to patients early on. Having grown-up in a multicultural environment, Dominique is fluent in English, French and Spanish. She can also manage to understand some Arabic, Italian and Portuguese! Dominique decided to follow her father's footsteps and completed her double-degree in Optical Dispensing and Sciences at Edouard-Montpetit College. She then completed two years of Bachelor of Science, majoring in Exercise Science, which led to her reaffirming her passion for sports and outdoor activities. Shortly thereafter, Dominique took a big leap of faith and moved to Geelong on her own to complete her Bachelor of Vision Science and Master of Optometry at Deakin University. Soon after moving across to Perth for clinical placements, she developed a special interest in paediatric optometry, and myopia control. Dominique recently completed a post-graduate Advanced Certificate in Children's Vision through the Australian College of Optometry. She is also therapeutically endorsed, and a member of Optometry Australia, the Australasian College of Behavioural Optometrists, and the Cornea and Contact Lens Society of Australia. In her spare time, you will find Dominique at the beach snorkeling, free-diving or scuba-diving in the ocean!
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Karen Miller

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Karen grew up in Scotland with her two younger sisters. She loved visiting her Grandpa’s boat on Loch Lomond. Despite the freezing temperatures, she loved playing with her dog in the loch. In 2005, Karen backpacked around Australia and New Zealand for 12 months before permanently relocating to Australia. She practised in both regional and cities across Australia before settling in Perth. Karen completed her optometry degree at Aston University in Birmingham in 2001 and from her early stages of study knew she wanted to focus on children’s vision. Karen loves hanging out with kids and is passionate about helping them reach their potential. As a parent, she is also conscientious about providing support for mums, dads and carers while their little one is under her care. In 2010, Karen completed her masters in behavioural optometry through UNSW. In her spare time, Karen loves playing with her family in their garden, working on their veggie patch and visiting the beach.
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Darrell Baker

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Darrell’s fascination with the eyeball and vision began after sitting in and observing his mother’s eye examinations when he was growing up. He graduated in Johannesburg in 1986 and worked in Zimbabwe, South Africa and the UK before migrating to Australia in 1999 where he worked as a partner in an independent practice for 12 years. Meeting people, being able to make a positive impact on a person’s quality of life, and educating patients about vision is what Darrell loves most about his job. Darrell has a keen interest in contact lens fitting and management of neurological disorders. He has completed a post-graduate qualification in the management of neuro-ophthalmic disorders and a graduate certificate in ocular therapeutics. He regularly presents to local physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and other health care professionals about vision’s role in a person’s treatment and recovery. Darrell is a former President of the national board of Optometry Australia. If he’s not looking at or thinking about eyeballs, Darrell is likely playing sport or eyeing off (pun intended) another guitar to add to his collection!
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Monday
08:30 am - 05:00 pm
Tuesday
08:30 am - 05:00 pm
Wednesday
08:30 am - 05:00 pm
Thursday
08:30 am - 05:00 pm
Friday
08:30 am - 05:00 pm
Saturday
08:30 am - 01:30 pm
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