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Eye Associates

Eye Associates

Show Phone NumberPark House Level 4, 187 Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000Australia
2.9 / 5  Satisfactory
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Opening Hours

Monday08:00 - 17:30
Tuesday08:00 - 17:30
Wednesday08:00 - 17:30
Thursday08:00 - 17:30
Friday08:00 - 17:30
Saturday
Sunday
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Popular Treatments

Eye Specialist Consultation
Cataract Treatment
Glaucoma Treatment
C3-R - Corneal Collagen Crosslinking with Riboflavin
Pterygium
Macular Degeneration
Uveitis
Keratoplasty
Intacs intrastromal corneal rings
Keratoconus
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About Eye Associates

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from 1 verified review Patient Reviews of Eye Associates

"The most I have ever paid for a consultation"
2 50Reviewed 15 Oct 2015 Review verified by email.
Treatment Received: Eye Specialist Consultation
I have glaucoma and decided to try a specialist closer to my workplace on macquarie st Sydney. The specialist Dr Brian Chua, was very good and I shall continue to see him at another practice. I was surprised that the practice was so quiet with hardly anyone waiting on a Friday afternoon.

I realised why when I received the bill for $670!
The most I had ever previously paid for an initial consult was around $440.
Upon closer inspection of the charges I realised that I had been charged almost double what i had paid for the same tests in Sydney.
If you have money to burn then by all means utilise this Practice, otherwise go to St Vincents or RPA where they charge a reasonable fee for their services they don't price gouge.
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Accreditations

  • MBBS - Bachelor of Medical and Bachelor of Surgery (Australia) 
  • FRACS - Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (Australia) 
  • RANZCO - Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (Australia) 

Provides

Eye Care

Laser Eye Surgery

Eye Care

 
Cataract Treatment
 
Eye Specialist Consultation
 
Glaucoma Treatment
Keratoplasty
 
Keratoconus
 
Intacs intrastromal corneal rings
 
C3-R - Corneal Collagen Crosslinking with Riboflavin
 
Pterygium
 
Macular Degeneration
 
Uveitis

Laser Eye Surgery

 
Laser Therapy for Glaucoma
 
Laser Vision Correction LASIK

General Practice

 
Diabetic Eye Disease

Payment Information

Insurance

Private Patients Welcome

Dr Ivan Goldberg

Job Title:
  Ophthalmologist
Biography:
Graduated from the University of Sydney, Clinical Associate Professor Ivan Goldberg became a Fellow of both the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO) and the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. Prof Goldberg completed a Glaucoma Fellowship and then became an Instructor in Ophthalmology at the Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis, United States prior to returning to Australia. Working closely with Prof FC Hollows, Prof Goldberg was Director of Glaucoma Services at Sydney's Prince of Wales Hospital. As well as caring for patients, he pursued research activities and educational projects. Having editorial / reviewer positions with more than 20 professional journals, Prof Goldberg has become a well respected member of the international community of glaucoma sub-specialists; this has been recognised through invitations to join prestigious organisations such as the American Glaucoma Society, the Becker Glaucoma Society and the Glaucoma Research Society of the International Council of Ophthalmology. Within the Asian region, Prof Goldberg's experience and knowledge in the field of glaucoma have been recognised through election as the Founding President of the South East Asia Glaucoma Interest Group (SEAGIG) and as an Executive Committee member of the Asian-Oceanic Glaucoma Society. Prof Goldberg chaired the Working Party of SEAGIG that wrote both the first (2003) and second (2008) Editions of the Asia Pacific Glaucoma Guidelines. Closer to home, Prof Goldberg's contributions to Australian ophthalmology and the RANZCO were recognised in 2001 by election as President of this College. Prof Goldberg is currently Director of Eye Associates in Sydney, is Head of the Glaucoma Unit and Visiting Ophthalmologist at the Sydney Eye Hospital, as well as a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Sydney. Prof Goldberg travels extensively, both domestically and internationally, collaborating in educational and research activities with fellow glaucoma subspecialists, as well as contributing to professional meetings around the world.

Dr Geoffrey Cohn

Job Title:
  Ophthalmologist
Biography:
Graduated with a combined Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Chemistry from the University of the Witwatrsrand in South Africa in 1974. He was subsequently elected as a Fellow to the Royal Australian College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO) in 1981 and has an extensive interest in foreign aid projects in developing countries . Dr Cohn is currently the chairman of the RANZCO Foreign Aid Committee having held this position within the college since 2004. He has also been a lecturer to the University of NSW, School of Medicine, since 1985 and has a keen interest in dry eye conditions and corneal problems. In the last 20 years Dr Cohn’s international projects have seen him establish many teaching posts in Myanmar (formerly Burma), India, Bali and Cambodia that aims to improve the expertise of local ophthalmologists . One of the more recent accomplishments has been the establishment of the “Bright Light of Mount Popa”, Ophthalmic Technician Training Centre at Mount Popa via Kyaukpadaung, Myanmar. At present 23 students from 4 centers are in training, Australian expertise is superimposed on the knowledge and expertise of the resident staff. In 2010 Dr Cohn was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia for service to ophthalmology, and to overseas aid programs fostering improved eye-health services.

Dr Stuart Graham

Job Title:
  Ophthalmologist
Biography:
Ophthalmologist who completed his medical degree at Sydney University and his ophthalmic training with Fred Hollows at Prince of Wales Hospital. He completed a glaucoma subspecialty fellowship (2 years in Vancouver, Canada) and has a special interest in glaucoma diagnosis. Stuart commenced his appointment as Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Science, at the Australian School of Advanced Medicine within Macquarie University in April 2008. This is a new post graduate medical school that will offer higher degrees in medical research and further training in medical subspecialties. He is a clinical lecturer at Sydney University/ Save Sight Institute. Stuart has a Masters degree and has completed a PhD on methods for early detection of glaucoma using electrophysiology. He has also developed the AccuMap Objective Perimeter with Dr Klistorner at the Save Sight Institute and is co-investigator for several international trials of new therapeutic agents for the treatment of glaucoma. Stuart is a board member of Glaucoma Australia, and the Therapeutics Committee of the Royal Australian College of Ophthalmologists and is also Secretary of the Ophthalmic Research Institute of Australia.
Show Phone NumberPark House Level 4, 187 Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000Australia