Welcome to Eye Surgery Associates
Eye Surgery Associates brings together a group of 18 highly qualified, sub-specialist Ophthalmologists offering a range of medical and surgical eye specialist services. We pride ourselves on excellence in sub-speciality eye care, and aim to provide you with the highest possible standard of care. Our sub-specialists are experts in their field. They are dedicated to clinical research and ongoing education; and are actively involved in the training of the next generation of eye specialists through their appointments with a number of public hospitals and universities.
Our sub-specialists offer services in: Cataract; Glaucoma; Macular Degeneration; Medical and Surgical Retina; Oculoplastic Surgery (Eyelid Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery); Refractive Surgery (Laser Vision Correction, LASIK, PRK, Implantable lenses and refractive lens exchange); Advanced corneal transplantation (penetrating and partial thickness including endothelial keratoplasty); Inflammatory Eye Disease; Clinical Electrodiagnostics and Comprehensive Ophthalmology.
Consultations and diagnostic testing are available at our consulting suites in Doncaster, East Melbourne, Malvern and Vermont South. Contact Us to make an appointment.
Coronavirus COVID-19 Alert
The health and well being of our patients, doctors and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic is our first priority.
We have taken steps to reduce the risk of infection through:
- Screening all patient attendances;
- Screening all doctors and employees; and
- Increased cleaning and hygiene practices.
If you are attending our site as a patient or carer of a patient, you will be asked:
- Have you been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 or requested to self-isolate in the last 14 days?
- Have you had a COVID-19 test in the last 14 days?
- Do you have loss or change in sense of smell or taste, fever, chills or sweats, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath and/or running nose? This question still applies even if you have a negative test result for COVID-19. We can’t risk other patients, doctors or staff becoming sick.
- Do you have symptoms of conjunctivitis?
If you answer yes to any of these questions, our team will assess the urgency of your condition. Your appointment will either be rescheduled or you will be referred to your GP or an assessment centre at a hospital that also has an ophthalmology department.
Those attending our consulting suites at Cabrini Hospital Malvern are subject to the hospital’s Visitor Restrictions.
Under Third Step Restrictions in Metropolitan Melbourne the Department of Health & Human Services advise:
Can I see a doctor or access medical services?
Yes, you shouldn’t delay seeing a doctor or accessing medical services. If you are unwell it is important that you see a healthcare professional. You can:… visit a doctor or other health professional or care service, or to obtain medicine and medical supplies.
You may access these services anywhere in Victoria.
This information is correct as at 19 November 2020. Please visit the DHHS Website for current advice.
On request, ESA can provide the patient attending an appointment a travel letter confirming attendance at a medical appointment for themselves and their parent, guardian or necessary support person.
For our complete information on ESA’s response to COVID-19 Click Here.
– Andrea Linden CEO Last updated 19 November 2020
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Macular Degeneration occurs when the macular is damaged causing loss to central vision.Learn More
Reduce dependency on glasses and contact lenses with LASIK or PRK, Laser Vision Correction (Excimer Laser Surgery) or an implantable lens.Learn More
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Inflammatory Eye Disease
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