Dr Pamela Weir
MBBS (hons), MRCOphth (UK), FRANZCO
Dr Pamela Weir is a comprehensive ophthalmologist with over 25 years of experience. Dr Pam provides surgical services including cataract surgery with standard and premium lenses. She also performs sutureless pterygium surgery and eyelid surgery. Dr Pam has extensive experience in all medical aspects of ophthalmology. She has a particular interest in vascular diseases of the retina such as macular degeneration and macular oedema.
Dr Pam graduated from the University of NSW in 1987 with honours. She specialised in ophthalmology with 3 years of further training in the UK. She obtained her Membership of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists in 1989. On returning to Australia, Dr Pam trained in systemic and neuro-ophthalmology at Royal Prince Alfred hospital in Sydney. She later completed her training at Sydney Eye Hospital. In 1996 she became a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists.
Dr Pam has been involved in teaching eye surgery for many years and is the author of “The Little Red Eye Book”. She still lecturing to medical students, optometrists, ophthalmology registrars and ancillary staff.
Dr Pam is the founder of My Eye Specialist. She is also currently Medical Director of Ballina Day Surgery and Robina Procedure Centre.