New ophthalmic service opens in Perth

Natalie Taylor, CEO and Director of Nursing at Subiaco Private Hospital

Residents of Perth now have new options for eye treatment after private hospital Subiaco added ophthalmology to its range of services.

City Center Day Surgery recently welcomed ophthalmologists Dr Lourens Van Zyl and Dr CH Khong to its team, offering a range of vision-saving procedures including cataract ablation, implantation of lenses and glaucoma surgery.

“Due to the high demand for ophthalmic services, we are already expanding the service and bringing more surgeons on board to serve the community,” said Natalie Taylor, CEO of the private hospital Subiaco.

Easily accessible from both sides of the Swan River, the hospital is a multidisciplinary facility offering surgical procedures in specialties such as ear, nose and throat surgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery, oral surgery and maxillofacial and general surgery.

“We are committed to providing the highest level of nursing care in a safe environment. We can take care of babies as young as six months old because we have pediatric services and can provide overnight stays if necessary, ”added Ms. Taylor, who is also director of nursing.

“Being a day surgery, our wait times are also much shorter. The time between consultation and surgery is usually around one to two weeks, which means people don’t face extended wait times for surgery.

Subiaco Private, with two operating theaters and nine overnight beds, is part of the Cura Day Hospitals Group, which also operates the nearby Perth Eye Hospital and West Leederville Private Hospital.

In 2020, Perth Eye Hospital performed almost half of all private cataract procedures undertaken in Western Australia.

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