|Dr Gayatri Banerjee|
Dr Banerjee is an Australian trained Ophthalmologist with two-year subspecialty Retina Fellowship from London Dr Banerjee has also had extensive General Ophthalmology training from Sydney Eye Hospital, Prince of Wales Hospital Sydney, Melbourne, Cheltenham, Oxford, London UK and Houston Texas USA
Dr Banerjee has an interest in training and teaching and she is a talented public speaker. She initiated the medical student teaching program at Nepean Hospital for University of Sydney Medical Students.
Dr Banerjee’s main aims are to serve the population of Greater Western Sydney always offering the latest technology in ophthalmology and to provide the highest possible clinical service to the region.
|Dr Graeme Wards|
Dr Graeme Wards is a consultant ophthalmologist at Nepean Valley Eye Surgeons. Dr Wards graduated in medicine and surgery from Otago University in New Zealand. He undertook 2 years general medical/surgical training before commencing ophthalmology training at Wellington Eye Hospital, New Zealand. For 3 years he was the sole Ophthalmic Registrar at Wellington Eye Hospital.
Dr Wards completed his training at Sydney Eye Hospital to gain ophthalmic fellowship. He spent time at Hobart Hospital and Westmead Hospital as senior ophthalmic registrar.
In 1986 Dr Wards commenced private practice in Penrith. In 2011 Dr Wards sold his private practice to Dr Gayatri Banerjee and Nepean Valley Eye Surgeons was born. Dr Wards now spends one day per fortnight in the practice seeing only children and during his time away spends as much time as possible sailing.
|Dr Season Yeung|
Dr Season Yeung is a consultant ophthalmologist and ophthalmic surgeon at Nepean Valley Eye Surgeons. Dr Yeung graduated in medicine and surgery from the University of Western Australia. Moreover, he was awarded with a Master degree in corneal immunology at the same institution. After completing his ophthalmology training under the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO), Dr Yeung undertook a cornea, external diseases, anterior segment and refractive surgery fellowship at the University of Ottawa Eye Institute in Canada, where he had the privilege of collaborating with many world-renowned ophthalmologists in North America.
|Dr Aparna Raniga|
Dr Raniga is a New Zealand trained Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists. She is a comprehensive Ophthalmologist with subspecialist training in glaucoma, cataract and uveitis.
Dr Raniga graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Otago, New Zealand in 2006. In 2010, she commenced advanced Ophthalmology training with the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists, completing her training in 2015. The first of her two Glaucoma Fellowships was at the world-renowned Bern University Hospital, Bern, Switzerland, where she had intensive training in the diagnosis and management of glaucoma and uveitis. In 2016, Dr Raniga took up the Sydney Eye Hospital Eye Casualty Senior Registrar position before moving to the Ivey Eye Institute, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada to undertake her second Glaucoma Fellowship.
Dr Raniga is actively involved in research and has recently set up a randomized controlled clinical trial investigating the use of laser (SLT) in treatment naïve glaucoma patients at the Ivey Eye Institute, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. Dr Raniga takes pride in keeping up-to-date, bringing the latest evidence and advances in ophthalmology to her patients by attending local and international meetings.