Important Update Concerning COVID 19 Pandemic

As you are aware there is a global pandemic of COVID 19 currently spreading around Australia. To date, fortunately, none of our staff or patients have been confirmed with COVID 19. However, as responsible eye specialists, all practices are implementing measures to help curb the spread of the virus within our community.
As a result, please avoid attending our clinic if:

  1. You have a history of overseas travel over the last 14 days.
  2. You have been in contact with anyone with a confirmed diagnosis of COVID 19 over the last 14 days.
  3. You have been unwell with flu-like symptoms such as fever, headaches, sore throat, cough and shortness of breath.

If you have an urgent eye problem and meet any of the above criteria, you can talk to Dr Wong directly over the phone and you will be advised of the best course of action.
If your eye problem is non-urgent, please consider postponing your appointment for 14 days and our friendly receptionists will be able to help you with this.
We will also be rearranging our waiting rooms to ensure social distancing. You may be asked to wait in small waiting rooms and to attend your appointment with only one accompanying person. Where possible, you may be asked to wait in your car and we will call you when you are due to see Dr Wong.

Your health and the health of your loved ones are our priority. We apologise for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding in this difficult time.

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Dr Wong

General and Paediatric Ophthalmic Surgeon


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Dr Wong offers general and specialised consultancy, procedures and surgical services.


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Eye Surgery


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Adult & Paediatric Eye Care


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Ocular Motility Specialisation



Doctor Wong has been consulting in Melbourne as an eye doctor for over 10 years, providing general ophthalmology treatment for adults and children, and specialised treatment for squints.


Doctor Wong specialises in Ocular-Motility – conditions related to eye alignment and movement e.g. squints – for both adults and children.


Doctor Wong performs specialised squint surgery and general ophthalmological surgery and procedures such as cataracts, chalazion, pterygium, blocked tear ducts, etc…

EYE CONDITIONS provides an overview of some of the more common eye conditions. Doctor Wong has a particular interest in ocular motility and neuro-ophthalmology – conditions related to eye alignment and movement.


Answers to common Eye Doctor questions asked by patients.


Doctor Wong graduated in Medicine and Surgery with honours from Melbourne University, completed her Ophthalmology fellowship in Ocluar-Motility and is a Fellow of RANZCO.

Doctor Wong is committed to providing the highest standards of eye care to produce the best results with compassion, care and integrity.
Over the past decade she has been providing excellence in eye care across a broad range of ophthalmological services for both adult and paediatric eye care including complex sub-speciality ocular-motility services.