Ophthalmology

The Ophthalmology Service at Fremantle Hospital provides a consultation and surgical service for adult patients with most eye conditions in the South Metropolitan Health Service catchment area.

Our goal is to provide a high quality, patient-centred ophthalmic service with timely assessment and management of eye conditions in partnership with community health professionals.

Daily general and sub-specialty clinics include:

  • corneal
  • injection clinic
  • neuro-ophthalmology
  • oculoplastic
  • ocular motility
  • optometrist
  • orthoptist
  • retinal
  • uveitis.

How to access our service

If you have an eye problem, please see your General Practitioner (GP) or an optometrist first for review. If necessary they will then refer you to our service.

If you have an emergency involving your eye, please go to your nearest Emergency Department for assessment.

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More information

Visit Healthy WA for more information about eye conditions (Healthy WA) or treatments for eye conditions (Healthy WA)

Visit The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (external site) for information sheets on a number of eye conditions.

Contact us

The Eye Clinic is contactable via our Switchboard on 9431 3333.

Location

Level 6, V Block, Alma Street, Fremantle

Eye Clinic opening hours

8am – 5pm, Monday to Thursday

8am – 12pm, Fridays