How long will your appointment take?
Please allow 2 hours for your appointment, although it is possible that it will take less time.
When you arrive at the clinic you will be asked to provide some personal information to the Receptionist and complete a form.
You will see our Orthoptist, prior to seeing Dr Ross. The Orthoptist will do a preliminary examination which includes the reason for your visit, taking your medical history, checking your visual acuity and performing any relevant tests. Dilating drops will be placed in your eyes, and you will be asked to have a seat in the Waiting Room, giving the drops time to work. Dr Ross will then finish your consultation.
Waiting times can vary due to a number of factors, including patients presenting with multiple or complicated eye conditions, dilation of your pupils, and Dr Ross may be asked to see an emergency patient who may be at risk of losing their sight.
Hospitals that Dr Ross Operates at?
He is a “No Gap” Doctor with HBF, Medibank, BUPA, HIF and most other health funds.
You will see Dr Ross at his Midland Consulting rooms for your initial consultation. His receptionist will then arrange a suitable date for your operation, should this be required, and go through the associated paperwork with you.
If you have an eye emergency outside our normal office hours, please go to the Emergency Department at either Royal Perth Hospital or Sir Charles Gardiner Hospital.