Wyndham Clinic Private Hospital, located in Victoria, is expanding its presence in ophthalmology by increasing theatre time for private lists.
The move has coincided with leadership changes within the hospital, now being led by CEO Ms Frances Jordan who has worked across Australia and most recently in Geelong, Eastern and Northern suburbs of Melbourne.
After joining Wyndham Clinic Private Hospital in March 2023, she is focussed on growing the day surgery’s ophthalmic surgery footprint, committing to an investment in new equipment and another ophthalmic operating theatre to bring the total number to three.
“When I arrived here it was evident the deep experience of the theatre staff in ophthalmic work, especially from The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital (Eye and Ear). We are investing in making Wyndham a leading hospital for ophthalmic procedures in Melbourne’s West,” she said.
Wyndham Clinic is now offering to current and prospective ophthalmologists: new ophthalmic lists now available Monday to Friday, experienced theatre staff from the Eye and Ear with high volume capacity, the Centurion phaco system and with Active Sentry technology with 6 new Active Sentry handpieces about to be acquired.
The facility also offers increased surgical trays to cater for MIGS, trabeculectomy, strabismus, pterygium, and oculoplastics, as well as capability for plastics, and competitive uninsured rates. There is access to a private consulting room if necessary.
Wyndham is located 20 minutes from the West Gate Bridge and in Australia’s fastest growing Local Government Area.
Wyndham Clinic has plenty of easy parking for patients and complimentary parking for specialists, and it’s really easy access to the Princes Freeway.
Contact Sally Bebawy on 0421 713 747 to discuss opportunities.