Associate Professor Fung works at multiple sites around Sydney. To see him you will need a referral directed to him from another ophthalmologist, optometrist or doctor. Ensure that the referrer specifies you wish to see Associate Professor Fung.
Level 1A/12 Central Road
Suite 208/31 Dora Street
MQHealth Ophthalmology Clinic
Suite 401, Level 4, 2 Technology Place
Park Place, Suite 901, Level 9
3 Waverley Street
Please ask your optometrist, ophthalmologist or general practitioner to refer you to your chosen clinic. The referral must specifically ask for Associate Professor Fung.
Download a referral letter below and fax or email to your chosen clinic.
You will be first seen by an orthoptist, a post-graduate qualified specialist who will take a brief history, check your vision and eye pressures. You will then have eye drops instilled which will make your pupils large and your vision will be blurry for approximately 3 hours. It is important not to drive until your vision has returned to normal- either take public transport or ask family or friends to drive you. An optical coherence tomography (OCT) scan will be taken of your retina to assess the health of your macula (the centre of your retina). This non-invasive test involves looking at a light and is quick and easy to perform. After this, you will be seen by Associate Professor Fung who will take further history, examine your eyes and request more tests if necessary. He will then discuss with you your management options. For your first visit expect to wait up to 2-3 hours. Please bring your referral letter, spectacles (avoid wearing contact lenses if possible), medicare/DVA/health fund cards, summary of your medical history, list of medications and a pair of sunglasses to reduce glare after your visit.
If you are an orthoptist or secretary interested in Employment at Associate Professor Fung’s private rooms, please contact the rooms directly. If you are an ophthalmologist seeking to work with Associate Professor Fung, please contact him on the below form.